We were pleased to learn that North American author Alice Munro was the winner of this year’s Nobel Prize for Literature. The Altamont Free Library has copies of two of Ms.
A good rule for all public libraries: Don’t take your volunteers for granted. Thank them often. Occasionally thank them publicly.
There is a new display of artwork adorning the long wall of the Altamont Free Library’s meeting room and craft center. It features the work of local library employee Ann Cartmell.
There is a deep, historical connection between Indonesia and ourselves. Indonesia was what Christopher Columbus was looking for when he sloshed up and across our beaches instead.
Flowers have long been a symbol of commemoration — a means of reminding ourselves of something that matters to us. Something like the village of Altamont’s commitment to a library.
For those who’d like an early start on an upcoming book discussion group, come into the Altamont Free Library and pick up a copy of Tell the Wolves I’m Home, by Carol Rifka Brunt. The gro
It’s soon to be a new season, and a new school year. It’s something the Altamont Free Library is used to — we almost always have something new going on.
Here we go; here we stay. This month’s Eat Around the World Pot Luck at the Altamont Free Library is going on “staycation.” We’re not going anywhere, no exotic, spicy destinations.
From the beginning libraries have been a source of important information for people who need it. If you enjoy hiking in the woods, being in the outdoors, the Altamont Free Library will soon be off
The Altamont Free Library’s summer staff continues to provide exciting and interesting programs for the young people of the village and beyond.
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