The Dylan Perrillo Orchestra from Albany, NY performs popular American music from 1890-1950 taking a particular liking to the songbook of the 1920’s. Complete with a six-piece horn section, violin, vocalist and rhythm section.
The Long Lake Board of Trustees and the Library Manager would like to thank MidState Industries for the exterior renovation work on the building which the Library is housed. The exterior siding with select windows and doors were removed to improve the energy efficiency and meet (or exceed) federal energy star guidelines.
At this time, 90% of the work has been completed. Much of their equipment have been removed and the crew have temporarily left to begin work on another job. MidStates is waiting for the arrival of additional supplies to complete the work, on the Library, that will include the replacement of the exterior side door, accessed by way of patrons from the designated Library parking spaces, and exterior siding around that door. The construction is expected to continue and be completed in the fall 2021. The reason to the delay in the completion of the last remaining exterior wall and exterior door is to deter any inconvenience to our patrons. This door is heavily accessed by our patrons during the summer months and is the only current door that adheres to ADA compliance.
We thank you for your patience during the renovation process.
The CVW Long Lake Public Library is conducting an anonymous survey to gather feedback from students, Library staff, Friends of the Library, teachers, stakeholders, and our community members. The information collected will provide a baseline roadmap to align the CVW Long Lake Public Library’s goals to set objectives and improve community services.
A strategic plan is a document that sets the goals of the Library to focus on during a multi-year timeframe, usually 3 to 5 years. It is intended to help the Library move towards meeting its overall mission and vision.
To ensure our community’s values and vision are reflected in future decision making, the CVW Long Lake Public Library is creating a Strategic Plan. The Library is seeking input on key areas, including the objective, potential actions and services that provide support to our community.
Please provide that input by responding to the 14 (fourteen) questions within this survey. Hard copies are available at the Library and the Post Office.
The annual newsletter should have made it to your snail mail. However, hard copies are available at the Library. To provide an ease of access to the Library Budget an image of the budget, place within the newsletter, is provided.
This Saturday, June 12th at 4 p.m. you can paint this wonderful picture with Jessie!
Send us an email at: email@example.com and we will send you the zoom link.
This painting session is free and virtual. We supply you all the materials for this event that include: 16×20 canvas, paintbrushes, and acrylic paint. All you need is your inner Picasso (or doodler) and a quiet place to zoom in for the event.
This is a friendly reminder to wear your mask when entering the library building. Masks will continue to be required for everyone–staff, patrons, and visitors when entering the library building until further notice.
Safety of our staff and patrons continues to be our primary goal as we assess the ever evolving recommendations and guidance provided by the CDC, NY Department of Health, NY Department of Labor, our Hamilton County Public Health Department, and Southern Adirondack Library System (SALS) with consideration of the Library‘s current Pandemic Plan Policy (https://longlake.sals.edu/about/).