On April 1, 1901, a group of ninety interested village of Alden citizens gathered together at the Baptist Church for the purpose of starting a library association. The idea was carried with the group, and twenty-seven of those attending immediately pledged subscriptions. It was agreed that a second meeting would be held later in the month for the purpose of electing board members and further organizing the group, and the Association of the Alden library was born.
The North Merrick Public Library Board was given an “Outstanding Trustees Award” by the Library Trustees Association of New York. The award was given at the Trustee Institute on Long Island sponsored by LTA in April. The library offers these exciting opportunities: Engage In addition to providing you with reading and viewing resources, the library […]
The Livonia Public Library serves the community as an educational and cultural center providing free access to recreational, educational and informational materials and services in both print and non-print. We are members of the Pioneer Library System consisting of 42 member libraries in Livingston, Wyoming, Wayne and Ontario counties.The Gahnyhsas-Tecarnedoi Campfire Girls of Livonia pledged […]