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Dunham Public Library's online catalog is now available to be searched on your iPhone, iPad, and iTouch devices.  Download the app from the iTunes store. For more information, read here.

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Dunham Public Library, in cooperation with other area libraries and the Mid York Library System, is offering a new service. You can receive an email when items are ready for pickup at the library and also receive a courtesy reminder email three days before items are due.

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It's National Library Week!

The week of April 14 - 19 is National Library Week, so, why not help celebrate at Dunham Public Library? For anyone making a purchase of $10.00 or more from our ongoing Booktique, he or she will receive a cloth bag, bookmark and coupon for your next visit*! (*While supplies last) As always, thanks for supporting Dunham Public Library!



Thank YOU for keeping us busy!

While there are times when Dunham Public Library may seem like a "slow" and quiet place, lately, that statement couldn't be further from the truth. Check out a few of the interesting statistics from our last fiscal year of October 2012 - September 2013:

Total collection holdings:  93,180

Total circulation: 162,970

Total number of library programs: 574

Total attendance at library programs: 7,898

Total number of visits to library website: 47,793

Total number of reference questions answered: 20,288

Total number of users for library computers:  29,908

Total number of people counted at the door:  108,885

Yes, our hardworking Dunahm staff is as "human" as everyone else, while we may make a mistake  every now and then, never forget that we're always here to serve YOU and everyone who comes through our doors is appreciated.

Many thanks!



Booktique is a hit!

Just a note of thanks to our public for making our newest fundraising effort: BOOKTIQUE & BARGAIN BOOKS a success. Right from its start in Fall 2013, this ongoing booksale project has been popular and well received. It is always kept stocked with a wide variety of material from many different genres. All of the donations come from YOU! If you wish to check it out, the sale is always open to the public during our daily hours of business. For directions, feel free to ask at the Circulation or  Information Desks. You can also find the book sale by entering the library and going to the far left of the building to our elevator section. You should see shelves of magazines and newspapers before you see the elevator section. Our BOOKTIQUE is on the first floor near the elevator. You can also take the elevator up to our second floor to check out our selection of BARGAIN BOOKS. Thank you again for the support!


BOOKTIQUE: Non-Fiction

Your support is ALWAYS welcome!

With the April 15 tax deadline fast approaching, why not make your refund extra special with a donation from our wish list?

Click here for a copy of our list, or check out our up-to-the-minute Amazon Wish List.

Remember, all donations are ALWAYS tax deductible, please call us at 315-736-9734 or visit the library for more information.

Many thanks for your support from the staff of the Dunham Public Library!




Have You Read to Your Child Today?

Raise A ReaderWe are spotlighting early childhood literacy with a new program.  Putting into action the research based assertion that literacy learning starts early, young children construct their understandings of literacy almost from birth and adults are vital in teaching children literacy, the Library in partnership with the Whitesboro Central School District Teacher Center and the Whitesboro Teachers Association is rolling out a program for early childhood literacy based on the Raise A Reader program.

Started by two teachers in Delmar, NY, Raise A Reader puts books into the hands of pre-school children and their families.  The program maintains 1000 books at the Library and has divided them into 100 beautifully silk-screened bags of 10 books each.  Using their library cards, parents are able to sign out a bag of ten books for a two week period and then return it for another bag.  The goal is to have 1000 books read to or with a child by the age of 6.

It’s easy.  It costs nothing.  The rewards are priceless.  Your library card is the key. 

Raise A Reader Brochure


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