May 04

Murray Jaros, Esquire/Holocaust Survivor Thursday, July 12, 7 pm

THURSDAY, JULY 12, 7 PM – HADLEY-LUZERNE PUBLIC LIBRARY   IN COOPERATION WITH THE HADLEY-LAKE LUZERNE HISTORICAL SOCIETY

MURRAY JAROS, ESQUIRE / HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR “MY STORY FROM NAZI GERMANY TO THE SOLACE OF LAKE LUZERNE

MURRAY JAROS IS A WELL-RECOGNIZED AUTHORITY IN NEW YORK STATE GOVERNMENT, HAVING SERVED AS CHIEF LEGAL COUNSEL TO THE NEW YORK STATE ASSOCIATION OF TOWNS.           HE HAS BEEN CALLED ON FOR YEARS BY NEW YORK’S GOVERNMENTAL LEADERS, ALONG WITH MULTIPLE TOWN SUPERVISORS, COUNCIL MEMBERS, TOWN ATTORNEYS, COUNTY CLERKS AND ELECTED OFFICIALS. HIS VERY HUMAN STORY WILL TAKE US FROM HIS DAYS AS A YOUNG BOY IN NAZI GERMANY, HIS FAMILY’S TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS, ESCAPING THE NAZIS,  IS SURVIVAL DURING MONTHS OF HIDING AND HIS EVENTUAL JOURNEY TO LAKE LUZERNE.

 

Apr 20

Library Book Club Reading list (Book Club Meets second Thursday of each month at 4:00)

Mar 30

Let’s Have A Chat

The Hadley-Luzerne Public Library is launching an exciting program this spring called, “Let’s Have A Chat.” The program is designed to engage the library and our community in a conversation about, well, our community.

Eighteen months ago, the library completed a survey addressing our patrons’ perceptions about how our library serves your needs. The results of that survey encouraged us to make some changes. For example, we assessed our building, moved shelves and collections for easier access, and moved our conference area to the large space at the back of the building to give the public a more comfortable atmosphere in which to attend lectures and other programs. We assessed our inventories, evaluated, and developed a variety of services and programs as an effort to enhance your library experience within our walls and online. Yes, we listened to you and tried our best to meet your needs.  We want to continue responding to you. But we need more of your help.

The Hadley-Luzerne Public Library’s “Let’s Have A Chat” program seeks to develop a community conversation on a variety of levels and it’s easy to participate. All you have to do is speak with us about our community. Our library is quite unique. We serve towns in Saratoga and Warren Counties—Hadley, Lake Luzerne, Stony Creek, Day, and parts of Corinth. We have an interesting mix of people who live and work here—professionals, non-professionals, students, artists, writers, and a large summer population. Our library strives to meet everyone’s needs.

Over the coming months volunteers will be out on our streets and at our fairs with short questionnaires asking you about your perceptions of our community. We will be speaking with our community leaders and business owners as well. We will ask you to share your ideas and interests about life here. Talk to us. Tell us what you think. Your information will help us fulfill our role as an information and community center. We appreciate your insight and ideas. They are instrumental in helping us all move forward together.

Always remember: We are your library. Come join us.

Feel free to contact the library for any information regarding this program.

Courtney Keir, Director 518 403 4116

Joann Pensabene,  Trustee Community Outreach   518 696 3423

Mar 29

Jigsaw Puzzle Swap at the Library

Mar 09

New York Connects

March 29 at the Hadley-Luzerne Public Library from 6:00-7:00 pm.

Susan Dornan, NY Connects Coordinator of Warren-Hamilton Counties Office for the Aging will provide an overview on long term care services and supports available for people of all ages.  She will provide information about NY Connects, Long Term Care Council, Office for the Aging, Medicare’s Savings Program and free preventive services, home care, transportation and more.  You will have an opportunity to ask questions about long term care services and supports available.  She will also have information on the new Caregiver Support Initiative through SUNY Plattsburgh Center for Neurobehavioral Health that offers paid respite, support and much more.  If you are not able to attend and have questions, please call 1-866-805-3931.
 

NY Connects is a locally based “No Wrong Door” system that provides one stop access to free, objective, comprehensive information and assistance for people of all ages needing long term services and supports. … In 2007, NY Connects was statutorily mandated through section 203(8) of the New York State Elder Law.

 

2017 BROCHURE NY CONNECTS ENGLISH

2017-2019 NY Connects LTCC brochure.pdf revised Oct 2017

 

 

Mar 09

We are now accepting book donations

Please bring your used books to the library for a donation. We request that books are placed on the back entry area as to keep them covered from rain and snow.


Feb 28

Calendar of Events