Children's Storyhour Information!

Here's a handy-dandy flyer that outlines our Storyhour up in the Children's Room! We would love to see you and your families attend! Please call the library at 315-341-5867 as well if you have any additional questions about our activities for children!

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Congratulations Karen Swartz, Children's Program Coordinator

The annual meeting of the North Country Library System representing the 63 libraries in Oswego, Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence counties was held in Watertown on September 17th.  At that meeting Karen Swartz, Children’s Program Coordinator was presented with the Excellence in Customer Service Award for all her work at the Oswego Public Library.

Director Carol Ferlito and Children's Program Coordinator Karen Swartz

Internet Kits Now Available

UPDATE: mobile hotspots in the Internet Kits are limited to 25 GB of data :(

Our newest offering next to our oldest piece, a 1745 memorial stone from old Fort Oswego.

1745 Memorial Stone and a new Internet Kit

Check out an entire solution to using the internet in the comfort of your home. It contains a Verizon WiFi hotspot, a Chromebook, and a laminated policy, all within a backpack. Yours for 21 days to find information, connect with friends, search for jobs, shop, and have fun!

Oswego County WWI Casualties

The final report is online at www.rbhousemuseum.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/FINALOsCoWW1Casualties.pdf

Listed below are the names of those individuals with supporting information who have been reported as being an Oswego County WWI casualty.  Names with asterisks are individuals for whom we are seeking additional information. Several factors were considered to determine whether an individual would be considered an Oswego County WWI casualty: The individual must have been born or had lived in Oswego County; or whose parent(s) or spouse were living in Oswego County at the time of death, which occurred while in service during the war from any cause; or the individual died within 120 days after the end of the war (11/11/1918). We want to get the public’s input by March 1, 2018.

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