Do you like mystery novels? The library has just received a collection of eight John Sandford books! If this author or genre interest you, come on down and pick them up!
Anytime you would like to pass along your personal books or DVDs, please consider donating them to the library. If we already carry the title, we add them to our “book sale” area.
The funds received enable our programs to flourish!
Maybe it’s time for you to come browse what we have before the big sale in July!
This spring, Bemus Point Library will be hosting several events!
Children can join us as we celebrate Earth Day; adults will be pleased with our Arbor Day celebration; and for all of our environmental conscious patrons, we will be hosting a “Learn to Make a Braided Rug” by repurposing wool garments.
Please check out our calendar page for specific details!
In this digital age of getting information we want with a tap of a finger or click of a button, why would you want to sit down and flip through a magazine? According to Andy Sernovitz, “Everyone needs fresh ideas. When you surf the web, you usually seek out the same stuff every time. Or you see the stuff your friends share.” If you are looking for some specific topics, or haven’t picked up your favorite magazine in a while – chances are, it’s here at the library! We have a wide selection of magazines that just may be what you are looking for! (A small 25 cent donations accepted per magazine.)
As previously publicized, we received 100 books from the Brownstone Foundation. We are thrilled that over 2/3 of the books are new titles for us, but we are equally pleased that we are able to provide fresh copies for some of our well-loved books that we had in inventory. Included in this lovely donation are beloved books by Ezra Jack Keats, a Caldecott medal recipient.
Remember reading these books as a child? The Brownstone Foundation has provided a lovely addition to our Richard Scary collection! Do the young ones in your life enjoy reading about the adventures that Lowly and Huckle have?
We are pleased to announce the arrival of books received through the Brownstone Foundation. The Brownstone Book Fund is a private foundation in New York City interested in fostering early reading, a love of books, and encouraging parents and children to read together. One hundred books were received, and we are sure you will enjoy the wide variety of titles for children. There are even a couple about libraries!
Today the library is closed for President’s Day.
Did you know the holiday is ‘officially’ still called “Washington’s Birthday”?
For more historical information about President’s Day, click here!
Want to learn more about past presidents? Come browse our collection of presidential biographies!
We have several new titles that have arrived…and they are going fast! Come on in and check them out!
If you would prefer to browse through our New Arrivals online, click here. Then call us to place a hold for that special title you want to read next!
Can you imagine a better morning than having a good read with a hot cup of coffee? Pick your favorite brew as you browse the library for a good book! (Donations appreciated.)
As you can see, we have launched our new website for the Bemus Point Library! We are excited to provide many new search features and links to the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System.
Enjoy the new features…and enjoy the updates that we will be posting soon!