The library is closed.
There will be no staff until further notice.
All programs are cancelled or postponed.
Emergency Contact Numbers:
Library related: troubleshooting e-resources (Hoopla, RB Digital, Overdrive, Libby, etc.) or if you have a library related question (PIN #, library card, etc. please call
Jervis Library in Rome: 315-336-4570
They are generously donating this service: M-F, 11 am-7 pm
Local: Linda Weal, Library Director: email@example.com
You can still contact the Old Forge Library directly through our
Facebook page or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WI-FI is available 24/7 on Library grounds.
Please check our Facebook page and website for updates and utilize the e-books, audiobooks, and digital magazines available at midyork.org. Take materials from the box in the vestibule.
We LOVE our patrons and wish you well. We’ll be back as soon as it is safe!
Amber Nadine describes her music as country pop. She typically performs solo, focusing on guitar and vocals. While singing has always been a part of her life, writing music only took root after she graduated from high school. She plays out regularly in Central Pennsylvania where she grew up.
Amber and her family have been coming to the Adirondacks since she was 4 years old and she is excited to be spending the winter months here.
Local resident Debra Booton McCoy will give a photography presentation &
discussion of her trip to Uganda.
“Fr. Christopher Tusiime and I have been friends for over three years. I have tried to support him financially as I can…I promised him I would
see him be ordained. And he was this summer. Keeping my promise, my husband, my niece and I went to visit him and his family in Uganda. We toured the capital city of Kampala, where he attended college. Then we went
to Hoima, where he would be ordained.”
View the many pictures Debra took and commentary on
July 29 ~ A well Behaved Woman by Therese Fowler
August 26 ~ Becoming by Michele Obama
September 30 ~ The Gown by Jennifer Robison
October 28 ~ The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt
November 25 ~ The Other Einstein by Marie Benedict
New members are always welcome!
The Friends of the Old Forge Library, founded in 1977, is a volunteer organization whose goals are to promote library programming and to help raise revenue to support the library. The group sponsors Authors’ Day, Art Exhibits, and events of local interest such as Adirondack Programming. In addition, the Friends publish four newsletters a year. Revenue is raised through book, bake, & bazaar sales, and their annual BASH Benefit.
The Friends meet on the first Tuesday of each month at Noon and welcome new members.