The SCPL Board of Trustees invites all community members to attend. A tax deductible donation would be appreciated but is not required. Invitations are available at the Whitney, Open Door, and all libraries, or you may download one here. Please return, by mail, to SCPL Friends of the Library, Attn: Cheryl Cufari, 99 Clinton Street, Schenectady, NY 12305 as seating is limited. The SCPL Board of Trustees welcomes and appreciates your continued support of the library and this event.
Author visits, book and panel discussions, container gardening, writing workshop, special films and more. We have OCOB programs for the whole family! Click here for a list of all our OCOB programs or pick up a OCOB Programs & Events Brochure at any SCPL Library. Visit our One County, One Book page for more information on Kristin Kimball and The Dirty Life.
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Learn a new language! Mango Languages offers lessons using real-life situations and audio from native speakers with simple, clear instructions. There are 60 languages including German, French, Russian, Italian Greek, Korean, and Spanish. Mango is also available in English as a Second Language (ESL) versions for speakers of 16 foreign languages, including Japanese, Vietnamese, Russian, and Portuguese.
The Duane and Hamilton Hill Branch Libraries will be merging into the new Bornt Branch Library and Family Literacy Center. We want your ideas for making this a library you and your family will visit often.
Download our survey and let us know what you would like. Surveys may be returned to any SCPL Branch.
The New York State of Health program, also known as the Affordable Care Act or ObamaCare, provides state residents (individuals, families, and small businesses) with the opportunity to shop for a low-cost quality health insurance plan. The program will also help people find out if they are eligible for Medicaid and Child Health Plus. The enrollment period is from October 1, 2013 through March 31, 2014.
Check the resources below for more information: