The public library is an oasis in this busy world. Though it’s bustling with people and events and technology, sometimes it feels like stepping back in time. This is especially true when it comes to how people interact with one another. Working at the circulation desk, I often see peo
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.
Many people have had a negative experience with library fines. Some libraries refer to late fees as “extended use fees,” reminding us of the communal resources libraries provide. Materials are free–up to a point– but it you keep things too long, you’re preventing someone
September is lots of things: Of course it’s time for back to school, but it’s also Healthy Aging Month, National Preparedness Month, Pedestrian Safety Month and Hunger Action Month. There are also more obscure celebrations, like National Mushroom Month, National Head Lice Prevention M
Your library card truly is a passport. The days of simply checking out two or three books are ancient history now. I’m Laura, Senior Library Clerk, and I’m here to list the reasons why you should get a library card! First stop, if you are a Greenburgh resident you can appl
Over the course of my 30 plus years of service at the Greenburgh Public Library, I sometimes have experienced odd quirks in my job… Discovery Several weeks ago while gathering photos (for my previous blog post I wrote) in the Local History Room, I found a small package that I ha