2017 Library Vote

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Vote Information:

 

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Board of Trustees Meeting

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Tuesday, October 10th
Main Library

The meeting of the board of trustees will be at the Main Library.

  • Finance Committee will meet at 5:15 pm
  • Board of Trustees will meet at 5:30 pm

 

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New This Summer: “MyCard”

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We are excited to announce the Troy Public Library MyCard. Our new youth card improves access to library materials for children who live in the city of Troy.

The MyCard is for kids and teens ages 5-17 who live in the city of Troy. With a MyCard, kids can take up to 3 items out at once. They will be able to borrow books, audiobooks, and music CDs without any late fines. Only charges for lost or damaged items will apply.

The MyCard is only valid at Troy Public Library locations. If a child already has a card in our system they may keep it or replace it with our new MyCard.

Stop in to either location to sign up for a Troy Public Library MyCard and to join our Summer Reading Challenge. Track your reading in order to try to win weekly prizes, and sign up for summer programs.

Be sure to check our website or our Facebook page for details and updates.

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Adult Coloring Book Creation Class Project

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Our class projects from the Adult Coloring Book Creation class led by Joy Ting.

This project was made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Arts Center of the Capital Region.

Special thanks to the class attendees who participated in this project!

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Community Conversations Results

conversationsThank you to everyone who participated in the library’s recent Community Conversations held in May at the Main Library, the Lansingburgh Branch and the Masonic Temple.  We witnessed a great turnout at each event and a good deal of lively conversation about what residents would like to see from the Troy Public Library.

These conversations are a valuable part of the library’s long range planning process and will be studied carefully by the library’s trustees in the coming months.

View the Community Conversations Results.

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Library Absentee Ballot

Absentee Ballots

Voters must apply for an absentee ballot.  Applications may be picked up at the Main Library or the Lansingburgh Branch.  Once the application is completed you can receive your ballot by either mailing the application back to the library or by bringing it in to either location.  We must receive all applications by Wednesday, September 20th.  Ballots need to be postmarked no later than the day before the election, September 25, 2017.

Print out the Absentee Ballot Application (right click and “Save As” to download and print the ballot)

 

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