The Library will be closed Friday, July 4 through Sunday, July 6 for the Independence Day weekend. We’ll reopen at noon on Monday, July 7.
Posted by gloucestercitylibrary on July 2, 2014
Posted by gloucestercitylibrary on June 19, 2014
Our Summer Reading season begins on July 8–we’ll be offering Story Times, Science Crafts, Movies, plus special programs on Terrific Thursdays. Call or stop in now to sign up for Story Times; no sign-up necessary for the other programs. For more details, check out our program flyer and the calendar of events to the left of this blog.
Posted by gloucestercitylibrary on June 12, 2014
FYI – The library’s summer hours will be starting soon. We’ll be open one last Saturday (this weekend) and then close on Saturdays until September 6.
Posted by gloucestercitylibrary on June 3, 2014
Posted by gloucestercitylibrary on May 30, 2014
This week’s free audiobook titles from the Sync program are Confessions of a Murder Suspect by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro, and Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha Christie. Download them from http://bit.ly/1k69NPH — no due dates; you get to keep these. Brought to you by Overdrive and leading audiobook publishers.
Posted by gloucestercitylibrary on May 29, 2014
It’s Movie Thursday! To find out what movie we’ll be showing, look for signs inside the library, or call us at 845-456-4181. Movies run from approximately 3:45 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. No signup required. You’re welcome to bring your own snacks and drinks.
Posted by gloucestercitylibrary on May 27, 2014
Join us for Tiny Tots Story Time! Children aged 12 – 36 months and their caregivers will enjoy stories and songs, and will make a craft to take home. The program runs from 10 – 10:30 each Tuesday. Call 456-4181 to register, or sign up at the library.
If Tuesday mornings are not convenient for your family, you may be interested in a club that meets here on Wednesdays, from 10 – 11 a.m., for tiny tots and preschoolers. For information on the clubs, please call Lisa at (856) 316-6263.
Posted by gloucestercitylibrary on May 26, 2014
Were you ever curious about the Gloucester City War Memorial, or the individual servicemen honored on the banners along Broadway? We thought we’d share a little of their history in honor of Memorial Day. The DVRBS website linked below includes personal information on many of Gloucester City’s fallen servicemen, as well as information about the War Memorial itself.
Posted by gloucestercitylibrary on May 24, 2014
Just a reminder that the library is closed today through Monday for Memorial Day Weekend.