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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Two new tricks on the Public Access Catalog


The Online Library Catalog isn't just a list of books!

Well, yes: you can search through the collections of the SALS and MVLS library systems. But it also gives you access to your library account: log on to place requests, perform renewals, see what items you have out, their due dates, and fines (not that you would ever have fines).

In addition, the online catalog has recently been updated. You can now:

Look for items currently on the shelf
Check online to see what's available at the library (especially handy if you don't have time to browse). Jot down the title or call number, and ask at the desk if you need help locating the book, audiobook, movie or CD you seek.

Create a personal username
Previously, logging into your patron account required the thirteen digit barcode number on the back of your library card. Now you can make up your own, as simple or memorable as you like.


The online catalog is accessible from any PC/Mac with internet access, and is also available within all libraries. Please let us know if you have questions or trouble using the catalog.


Thursday, June 17, 2010

'Voices of the Heart' Meetings

Voices of the Heart  works to:
■Defend and promote the rights and interest of people who have been labeled “mentally ill.”
■Support the recipient’s right to be treated with dignity and respect.
■Support the recipient’s right to freedom to control his or her life.
■Provide peer advocacy and assist recipients in speaking out so that the individual’s choices and wishes are made clear and are respected.
■Deal with positive and negative issues within the mental health community.
■Operate services and programs, as needed, for self-identified mental health service recipients.
-from Voices of the Heart Mission page


A representative from the organization will be holding informational meetings at the library. The support services Voices of the Heart provides for the community will be discussed.

Meetings 5pm-6pm
Every Wednesday


More information about the organization and the program can be found at their website:

or by calling 518-747-8404.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Book Sale

A special book sale will be held
Saturday, June 26, 9am-4pm,
on the front lawn of our library.

Books will be sorted by genre and interest,
with titles not seen in our usual on-going sale.
Childrens' books, sci-fi, biographies, gardening,
and more more more!

Held by the Caldwell-Lake George Library board, rain or shine.

If you're in Shepard Park for Summerfest, make sure to stroll on by!

Kids: Summer Reading Sign-Up July 1st

The Caldwell-Lake George Library's
2010 Summer Reading program
officially begins July 1st!

Sneak Preview of Events: LGA Floating Classroom excursion, a Pond Critters program, Monster Hunt, gift certificates and more.

Kids can sign up and get their packet at the circulation desk (starting in July).

Official Site for Summer Reading in NY State: