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Now Hiring: Part Time Account Clerk

August 3rd, 2017 · Comments Off on Now Hiring: Part Time Account Clerk

Your Home Public Library is accepting applications for a part-time Account Clerk. The position is 15-20 hours a week and pays $12.19/hour. For the full job description click here. Interested candidates should email or mail an application with cover letter to: Ben Lainhart Director Your Home Public Library 107 Main Street Johnson City, NY jc.benjamin@4cls.org

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YHPL Board Opening

June 24th, 2017 · Comments Off on YHPL Board Opening

Your Home Public Library’s Board of Trustees is seeking new members. Trustees are charged with overseeing the general management of the library which includes directing the funds, policies, and strategic priorities of the library.  The Board of Trustees works in conjunction with the Library Director to determine the most effective course of action regarding library […]

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Herb Class

May 15th, 2017 · Comments Off on Herb Class

Join our resident herbalist Abigail Sedlock on Thursday August 17 at 7:00p.m for a self-care make and take. Please register by email at birchraven21@aol.com and put HERB CLASS in the subject line.

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Great American Eclipse

May 12th, 2017 · Comments Off on Great American Eclipse

New York State will experience a partial solar eclipse that will cover 75% of the sun. If weather permits, YHPL will host a viewing party on the front lawn with snacks and beverages on August 21, at 1:30p.m. Bring your eclipse glasses if you have them! YHPL currently does not have glasses, but we will […]

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Paws to Read

May 10th, 2017 · Comments Off on Paws to Read

Join us on Monday August 28 at 6:00pm to visit with our therapy dogs- they look forward to seeing you.  Bring a book or borrow one of ours and catch up on your reading!  There is no fee or registration, and the program is open to anyone.

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