Books to Read in a Lifetime
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.
Searching for a biography to read and new to reading? We have a great new resource in Biography for Beginners! Simply enter your Oswego library card number for instant access to around 600 biographies written specifically for early readers.
We need more people to complete our survey! Currently we are far away from having enough interest shown in ANY of the proposed additions to our offerings. Pass it on please.
The Library Learning Center created an online survey to determine interest levels for three possible online services: Ancestry.com, Magnatune Music, and Testing & Education Resources. We hope to offer one or more of these in 2015!
Everything you need for presentations and slideshows along with audio recording, presentation sharing, word clouds, Twitter, and even resumes. Each little tile is a link. Go to Symbaloo.com and create your own tiles and webmixes you can access from anywhere on any device.
The Oswego Public Library Board of Trustees and staff would like to express our appreciation for your recent support for the library’s budget for the year 2014-2015. During the past year your funding has allowed us to provide not only books, magazines and movies but also story hours for children, computer access for the general public, training in technology and meeting space for organizations. Thank you for making this possible.
We enjoyed visits over the weekend from family members and residents of the WWII refugee camp at Fort Ontario. The Library and Safe Haven Museum have an exhibit of writings and photos in our art gallery. All the cartoons in the recently digitized Ontario Chronicle were done by Max Sipser whose story is told online at www.recognitionscience.com/cgv/oswego.htm. He a