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Looking for a magazine? Check out Zinio!

So, just what is Zinio?

This is a new online magazine service now available to Mid-York Library System libraries. With Zinio, you are able to: 

Enjoy the complete digital editions of your favorite magazines, many of which are only available in this format.

Download full-color magaziines with interactive elements such as audio and video.

Find the stories you want to read quickly and easily with an intuitive navigation and all-inclusive keyword search.

Gain unlimited access to our entire collection of digital magazines.

Check out as many as you want.

Read your magazines anytime, anywhere: either on your PC or Mac or on your mobile device. Apps are available for iPad, iPhone, Kindle Fire and Android.

For more information, please call 315-736-9734, stop by the library or check out the following link: HERE

 

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Dolly Parton Imagination Library of Herkimer & Oneida Counties

The North Utica Community Center and participating Rotary Clubs are offering a FREE program to encourage reading and early childhood literacy in our community.

Every child, under five years old, living in the designated zip codes (click HERE for a list of zip codes) is qualified to receive a free, age-appropriate, book mailed, on a monthly basis, directly to their home from Dolly Parton's Imagination Library. 

Dunham Public Library is proud to be a part of this program. We have applications available at the library or you may download one HERE.

For more information, please call 315-736-9734 or check out the Imagination Library website.

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2014 Poetry Contest Winners

Congratulations!

Judith Jensen of Whitesboro took first place in Dunham Public Library’s annual poetry contest with her poem entitled The Book Experience. Runners-up were Martha Griffith of Utica, with her poem Lives Change- Library Helps and Elizabeth Brigham of Whitesboro, with her poem Erudite. The winning poems will be read and celebrated at the May 10 meeting of Dunham Public Library’s poetry group. Friends of Poetry Plus meets monthly and is open to all—seasoned poets and beginning appreciators alike. For more information regarding Friends of Poetry Plus, visit our Books and Literary Groups page. To read the winning entries, click on the links below.

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Library director April Bliss (right) congratulates first place winner Judith Jensen (left).

Click here to read Judith Jensen's poem, The Book Experience

Click here to read Martha S. Griffith's poem, Lives Change - Library Helps

Click here to read Elizabeth Brigham's poem, Erudite

 


 

 
New Resources at Dunham Public Library

Since we are always trying to improve our services and resources for our patrons, we have added a selection of new online resources:

If you are interested in online college information, feel free to click on our Adult Services Page and then scroll down to Reference Online Resources. There, you will find websites for The Complete Directory of Online Colleges & Universities in New York - 2014 Top Online Schools and The Complete List of Accredited College Degree Programs & Online Degrees for 2014.

If you are interested in the field of medical assisting, feel free to check out eMedicalAssistants.com. This website helps students looking to pursue a medical assisting career. The site is authored by experienced healthcare providers and it provides information on medical assisting scholarships, career training programs, certification and the best schools across the nation.

On our main floor, just past the public use computers and toward the back window, we've added a large, beautiful table for public use. This table was once upstairs for many years and we chose to make it readily available to everyone. Our patrons are welcome to use this table for tutoring, quiet chats, personal time or even working on a jigsaw puzzle...it's there for all to enjoy. As always, if you have any suggestions for making our library even better, please don't hesitate to ask.


 

 
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 Dunham 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!


 

 
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