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Kid's Events for February and the Winter School Break


 For the month of February, the Fulton Public Library will be hosting a series of special events for kids in addition to our Children's Story Hour/Crafts and Lego Club activities.  On Saturday, February 7th, we will be hosting a Valentine's Day program (10 AM) to get kids ready for the holiday.  On Monday, February 16, kids can enjoy a fun-filled hour of bingo (1 PM) which will be followed by the animated movie The Boxtrolls (2 PM).  On Wednesday, February 18th, we celebrate winter break with the movie Frozen (10 AM), including fun filled activities for the kids.  On Thursday, February 19th, we will watch the hit movie Guardians of the Galaxy (2 PM) and for Friday, February 20th, we round the week off with the classic film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (2PM).  For more information on dates and times see our Library Calendar feature or Upcoming Library Events.

Fulton Public Library Supports Local Authors

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 The Fulton Public Library recently hosted author Diane Sokolowski for a discussion of her book So I Wanted to Run a Bed and Breakfast (Was I Crazy?).   Diane shared experiences in her role as the inn keeper of Battle Island Inn Bed and Breakfast.   Diane is just one of a growing number of local authors utilizing new avenues of publishing (including independent publishers and self-publishing) to tell their stories.

The Fulton Public Library supports our local authors by offering copies of their books for sale or traditional lending.   We have sponsored the publication of two books as part of the ongoing “Fulton Memoirs Project.”  The project compiles individual recollections and oral histories of the people, places, schools, and businesses that make Fulton a special community.

Check out our local authors display adjacent to the front desk at the library and support local authors!

If you know of someone who has published a book or is interested in doing so contact the library.

Fulton Public Library Welcomes New Librarian


 The Fulton Public Library recently welcomed librarian Douglas Moore to their staff. Mr. Moore is responsible for children’s and young adult services. He has an undergraduate degree in history from the State University of New York at Buffalo and a Masters of Library/Information Science from the State University of New York at Albany.  His library career includes experience at the New York State Library (Albany), the New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center (Saratoga Springs, NY), as well experience as an archivist at National Park Service sites in Puerto Rico, the United States Virgin Islands, Fort Stanwix National Monument, and Shenandoah National Park. After returning home to Central New York, Mr. Moore focused on fulfilling his career goal of working in a small community library. He found a perfect fit at the Fulton Public Library. He is currently enjoying new challenges, getting to know Fulton residents, and exploring the many unique local resources housed in the library. 

Winter Weather Closings

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 In the event of weather related closings and delays, Fulton Public Library will follow the decisions of the Fulton City School District.  Therefore, if the Fulton City School District has a delayed opening of two hours, the Fulton Public Library will also be on a delayed open for two hours.  See your local media outlets for information on weather related closings and delays.


Fulton Teens Meet at Library

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 Teens in grades 7-12 meet at the Fulton Public Library on Thursday of each week. They discuss their favorite books, what’s new on YouTube, the web, current and upcoming movies and other topics of interest. The Cool Book Society (CBS), as they are known, meets downstairs at 3:30pm in the Young Adult area.  Pictured here are Ang and Hannah, members of the CBS. If you are interested in joining them stop in any Thursday. Feel free to bring a friend.

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