Due to a decrease in cases in our area, we feel it is time that we can safely allow patrons back into the library!
We will still be limited to five patrons for browsing and two for computer use at a time and for a limit of thirty minutes.
Monday and Wednesday- 1pm-6pm
Thursday and Saturday- 10am-2pm
Register HERE for Virtual Workshops
Session 1 Creating your best resume
Session 2 Preparing for an interview and how and where to get continued help on finding local jobs.
April 15th and 22nd @ 7Pm
May 13th and 20th @ 7PM
Please chose one month to complete the course in two sessions.
*Participants will receive a free flash drive to help organize and contain their documents
*Chromebooks are available to borrow from both libraries if needed
Workshops are led by the Columbia-Greene Office of Career Success and Workforce Office and is supported by funds from the New York State Library’s Adult Literacy Library Services Program and the Alexander and Marjorie Hover Foundation
The Philmont Public Library is proud to announce The Columbia County Photo Club is presenting their Annual Photography Show opening this Saturday, March 13th beginning at 2PM at the library and live on Instagram reels @philmont_library . Visitors may browse through the photographs on site two people at a time.
Monday, May 3rd, 2021 6:00 pm
Join Jeffrey Urbin, educator, from the Roosevelt Presidential Museum and Library in Hyde Park, NY for the for the fourth in a series of history talks about FDR and his legacy.
In 1933, 90% of America’s farmers lived without electricity. This session explores how FDR sparked economic growth and improved living standards by bringing affordable electricity to rural Americans. Interactive discussion topics include: How electricity made life better for farmers; how electricity made farmers more productive; comparison of electricity in the 1930s to WiFi today; the role of government in providing for affordable utilities.
Click here to Join via Zoom Passcode: FDR
Future Topics in the Series will resume in September:
Eleanor Roosevelt, Boy and Girl Scouts… and suggested topics.
We have teamed up with local organizations to provide creative, fun, hands-on materials for families of students pre-k through 8th grade!
Kit sponsors include:
- Columbia Land Conservancy
- Kids Need Music
- Hawthorne Valley School
- FDR Presidential Museum and Library
- Art Omi