The Bemus Point Library will be closed for President’s Day on Monday, February 19th. Regular business hours will resume on Tuesday, February 20th. Did you know the holiday is ‘officially’ still called “Washington’s Birthday”? For more historical information about President’s
Take Your Child to the Library Day on Saturday, February 3, 2018 was a great success. 11 Children and 6 Adults, assisted by 6 Volunteers and 2 Staff learned how to take a book and turn it into a fun
On February 3, 2018, public libraries throughout New York State and beyond will celebrate the seventh annual Take Your Child to the Library Day with free events and activities for children and families. This year on February 3rd from 11 a.m.
The library will be closed in observance of the new year. Please celebrate safely! The library will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, January 2.
During this Christmas season, library volunteers and staff enjoyed an appreciation breakfast with the Board of Directors at the Bemus Point Inn. Thank you to all our volunteers who provide an integral contribution to the success of the library!
What a lovely time was had on our carriage ride on August 25! Partnering with the Bemus Point Historical Society, the Bemus Point Library was thrilled to offer a historic tour around Bemus Point. Participants enjoyed riding on a horse-drawn carriage and
We are thrilled that our Toddler Time with Ms. Jo & Ms. Nancy will be returning to its “academic year” schedule! Starting September 20, 2017, and continuing every Wednesday from 11:30-12:15, toddlers will enjoy an engaging story and activity time!
Shannon Donovan, Library Director, proudly displays the new laser printer received from “The Blossom Fund”, a grant administered by the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation. This new printer will be used not only by library staff and volunteers, but also by our patrons
Recent studies have shown that printed book sales have started to increase and digital book sales have been in decline. That may be a surprising statistic for the “digital age”, but perhaps it is the amount of time that people