Recently I was contemplating having 600+ connections on my LinkedIn profile. Do I truly know 600+ people? Have I been “good” about cultivating my network? Social Media reminds me a lot of kids on the playground. Will you play with me? Will you like me? Will you be my f
When I first started working at the Greenburgh Library in 1994, there were LP records in the collection. Now they are making a comeback; who would have thought? Back then the library was proud of its latest acquisition, the New York Times on CD-ROM. Books on CD were the big thing. N
Like me Do you wish at times that you could twinkle your nose like Samantha on the old television series Bewitched? Or that Mary Poppins could come to your rescue? I happened to be inspired the other night and picked up a paintbrush laden with acrylic paints, wearing a
The AAUW Salary Negotiation for Women Workshop was held at the library on Saturday, August 5th. AAUW’s trained facilitators guided participants through AAUW’s curriculum, which utilizes the latest research and negotiation strategies to help women navigate the complexities of jo
Have you ever wanted to take an online class but don’t want to do it solo? If so, the Greenburgh Public Library has the right program for you! In January, GPL will be starting a new program called Learning Circles. What are Learning Circles? Learning Circles are small study groups for
Scheduled Exams Open to All Qualified Individuals There are several Westchester County Civil Service Examinations coming up that are Open to All. Here is the list of exam-announcements-11-1. Note the date by which the application must be filed. You can file an application online.
It’s November which means,social media will soon be filled with lists of things people are thankful for. At Greenburgh Library, we’re thankful for YOU, the patron. Every taxpayer contributes to the library, but the more people who use the library, the better the library becomes.
My mother did not have good reading skills and as a child she frequently told me “If you can read you can go anywhere, do anything.” She instilled a love of reading in me at a very early age. Many times she would ask me to read aloud to her. She especially loved poetry. Life being