The goal of the Josephine-Louise Public Library is to provide materials and services to help meet the diverse educational, professional, and recreational needs of the community. To meet this goal, emphasis is placed on providing a variety of materials and services for people of all ages with differing cultural and personal interests. The Library strives to create an appropriate environment to meet these needs.
A knitting club is being revived in April under the expert eye and instruction of Heather Gorman. The Hudson Valley Knitting Club will meet the second and fourth Thursdays of every month beginning April 13. Heather is the owner of the Hudson Valley Craft Company, a member of the Hudson Valley Fiber Collective, and an awesome librarian!!! She has also had several knitting patterns published. Check out her handiwork on Etsy! All levels of knitters - from beginner to expert - are welcome to join.
Also in April, our tech tutor Karinne joins us from noon-1 p.m. every Saturday, beginning April 1. Irritated with your iPhone? Losing it over your laptop? Angered by apps? Come in to see Karinne to get the answers to all your questions.
For information about any of the Library's programs or services, all 778-7621.
Josephine-Louise Public Library now offers a FAXing service to the community.
The cost is $1 per page for outgoing or incoming faxes.
For more information, please call the Circulation Desk at 778-7621.