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/).
The Friends of the CVW Long Lake Public Library continue, throughout the year, to bring community events to residents and visitors of Long Lake. To become a member of the Friends of the Library, you can fill out an application form included within this post.
Another way to support the Friends of the Library is to purchase a commemorative engraved brick to honor or memorialize a family member or friend. This document is, also, provided within this post. Your brick will also be a lifetime reminder of your support of the Library.
Welcome to our first virtual Cafe Livre performance. The Hot Club of Saratoga will be performing live on their YouTube channel for all. The Gypsy swing band will start the show at 7:00 EST and perform for about one hour.
How to find the show? The simplest way to find the show is connect to YouTube and search for “Hot Club of Saratoga”. The search will bring up their YouTube Channel page. The live show will be the first link on their page and be active about 10 minutes before the show starts. You can also click on this link.
Calling out to all Adirondack residents and visitors: Join us here online for our first ever Live Stream Concert! Share with your friends–Socialize online during the concert!
From their living room to yours, the Hot Club of Saratoga, the Capital Region’s premier gypsy swing ensemble, plays a repertoire that reflects the spirit and style originated by Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli in The Quintet of the Hot Club of France. Most prominently developed in 1930’s and 40’s Paris, this genre has been kept alive through a long line of gypsy jazz artists since that time. Most of the tunes Hot Club of Saratoga plays were written or recorded by Django at some time in his musical life, hot swing music of the 1920’3, 30’s and 40’s.
We will add the Live Stream link here when we have it. Chat will be available during the concert.
This project is made possible with the funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts.