Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library
Your Community Center for Lifelong Learning
475 Moe Road, Clifton Park, NY 12065 | (518) 371-8622
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The Road Not Taken: Transitioning to a New Career Path

Thursday, November 6 at 6:30 pm

Transitioning to a new career pathIf you feel that your job doesn't "fit" anymore or that you simply need to go in a new career direction, this workshop is for you. We will explore how to assess your strengths and how to realistically transfer those talents to a new field of interest. Note: The instructor will be in touch with participants two days in advance of the workshop to fill out an online assessment. Please provide your email address when signing up. Please register.

Seeking Trustees for Appointment

The Library Board of Trustees is seeking to fill three vacant Clifton Park seats on the eleven-member board that expire at years end. Anyone interested in being considered for the vacant positions should return a completed Trustee questionnaire to the library by October 31, 2014.

For information on Trustee responsibilities, see the Trustee position description. Questions? Please contact Library Director, Alex Gutelius at agutelius@sals.edu or 371-8622 . Read the news release.

Halloween Hoot

Wednesday, October 29 at 6:30 pm

Halloween Hoot!Families with children ages 3 and up are invited to join us (in costume!) for the annual hilarity that is our "HALLOWEEN HOOT!" This funny celebration of the holiday will have you in stitches. No registration required.

 

Food for Fines 2014

We will collect Food for Fines from Saturday, October 25-Sunday, November 2, 2014. For each item donated, the Library will forgive one fine up to $5 on one Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library item that has been returned. Amnesty does not apply to Library materials that have been lost or items from other libraries. Donated food Items must be non-perishable and may not be expired. No glass items accepted.

This year, as part of the Food For Fines program, the Library will include a “Random Act of Kindness” component. Patrons without fines who donate food can have their amnesty applied to another (randomly selected) patron’s account to pay down their fines.

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