Books to Read in a Lifetime
The Holiday History Shop will be open from 12-5 starting December 16th at SUNY Oswego Downtown, 186 W. 1st St. Browse our finest selection of used books along with gifts and items from Fort Ontario, H. Lee White Marine Museum, Oswego Railroad Museum, and various historical societies.
All major credit cards are accepted.
Whether using your tablet, your computer, or one of our computers; you can now access Ancestry at the Oswego Public Library. Enjoy!
Audio book sample now availabe at www.houseofrobotsaudio.com/!
SUNY Oswego book arts students are holding a show entitled Bonefolders & Bookcloth in the Oswego Public Library Community Room on Saturday December 6 and Sunday December 7. Stop by from 12 - 5 PM either day to view their three dimensional works of art created from old books and handmade paper. A reception will be held from 3 - 4:30 on Sunday.
Oxford Dictionaries provides audio pronunciations and definitions for hundreds of thousands of words. Check out their main site or their Spanish version, both connecting to English dictionaries. La versión en Español ofrece traducciones de la palabra inglesa apropiada. They also have a wonderful English to Spanish resource.
The Children's Board of Oswego Co-Presidents Laurie Doty and Karen Reynolds presented a $500 check to the Oswego Public Library in the Children's Room. Their generous donation was the final piece in paying for an AWE Early Literacy Station added to the library. This touchscreen, all-in-one computer provides computer skills, school readiness, and early learning fun for young children.
The Oswego Public Library is now seeking funds for the second AWE Early Literacy Station to be purchased in 2015.
The Oswego County Historical Society presents The Adirondack Adventures of French Louie and his biographer at 1:30 PM on Sunday, October 19. A slide presentation and lecture by Roy Reehil featuring the newly discovered 1919-1924 photo-journals of Harvey Dunham, French Louie's biographer. Free and open to the public.
Explore some early explorers through the links below.