Since its launch in 1982, Banned Books Week has promoted the importance of free and open access to information in schools, libraries, and bookstores. Learn more about the annual event on their website Banned Books Week. Check out the American… Continue Reading Banned Books Week Sept 27-Oct 3
Did you know that you can connect to the library’s wi-fi for free? Our signal extends outside of our building so feel free to pull up a chair or sit in your vehicle and connect to NPL’s network, “Library Public”.
We’d love to hear your thoughts on this year’s Summer Reading Program: Imagine Your Story. Please take our Summer Reading Survey here.
Election Day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Polls will be open from 6 AM to 9 PM. You must be registered to vote. Find out how here. Check to see if your voter registration is up to date or to… Continue Reading Election Day November 3, 2020 Voting Information
This fall we’re teaming up with the Newfield Middle School and the School for Radiant Living at Yoga Farm Ithaca to support the well-being of our neighbors through a series of engaging, science-backed programming called the Community Cares Project. The… Continue Reading Community Cares Project
NPL Summer Series Newsletter Issue 1 (July 13-17) NPL Summer Series Newsletter Issue 2 (July 20-24) NPL Summer Series Newsletter Issue 3 (July 27-31) NPL Summer Series Newsletter Issue 4 (Aug 3-7) NPL Summer Series Newsletter Issue 5 (Aug 10-16)… Continue Reading NPL Newsletter Archive
We’ve expanded our hours for September. In addition to curbside service, we are also taking appointments for in-person browsing and computer use on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Please note we only have one computer open to the public at this… Continue Reading Curbside Pickup September 2020 Update
***Curbside Pickup Service starts on Monday, June 15*** Our library building may be closed but we’re still “open” with lots of online resources and virtual programming. And we’re always happy to connect you with the information you need. Have a… Continue Reading Library Resources and Programs
There is still time to be counted in the 2020 Census and it’s easy to respond. Your information is confidential and helps determine things like congressional representation and how billions of dollars in federal funding are distributed among communities for… Continue Reading Census 2020