Big Library Read October 13th - 27th

Big Library Read, facilitated by Overdrive, is a reading program through your library that allows everyone to check out the ebook at the same time with no waiting.  This program is free through your library with your library card.

This Is Where It Ends is told from four perspectives over the span of 54 minutes.  Terror reigns as one student's calculated revenge turns into the ultimate game of survival.


Card Making Class Thursday, October 20th 5-7pm

Make three beautiful homemade cards using materials provided, under the guidance of Nicole Shue.  The class will be held on Thursday, October 20th from 5-7pm.  There is a $15 materials fee for the class.  Register in advance with the library at 592-5159.  Those who pre-register can choose to make a fourth card.  Adults and children over the age of 9 accompanied by an adult are welcome!

Mrs. Pratt's Halloween Ghost Walk, Friday, October 28 (7-9 PM)

  The John Wells Pratt House Museum (1861) and Fulton Public Library (1905), are landmark buildings that have been witness to over 100 years of Fulton history.  On Friday, October 28 (7-9 PM), join the Soul Searchers of Auburn, NY as they conduct tours of both buildings and explain the history, unexplained voices, sounds, and shadows that they have detected during their independent investigations.  Tours are by advance ticket sales only and will be conducted every 30 minutes (choose a time upon purchase).

Wanted: Leadership for the Friends of Fulton Public Library

Retired? Civic minded?  Looking for a way to contribute to your community?  The Friends of Fulton Library is looking for leadership.  Friends groups are volunteer organizations dedicated to supporting the library's mission.  They are vocal advocates for the library in the community-at-large and help with fundraising activities for the library.  The Fulton Public Library is currently raising funds through our capital campaign to help restore our historic library and we can use your help to keep our Friends organization moving forward.  For more information contact the library.

Early Literacy Story Times, every Tuesday and Friday (10 AM)

The library is continuing our very popular story times and craft activities for Pre-K children.  On Tuesday (10 AM), we have Story Time and Friday (10 AM), we feature ABC story hour with a focus on learning letters and the alphabet.  These story hour programs are designed to help children learn early literacy skills such as print recognition, phonics, vocabulary, and narrative skills.  Research has shown that children with developed early literacy skills have an easier transition into the school environment, which can result in future academic success.

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