- New Bestsellers, Fiction and Non Fiction.
- 7-day loan
- One 7-day renewal
- No holds
- Books must be returned to any NOPL Library.
Here are the latest and upcoming Express books:
Check out what NOPL has to offer for adults! Music, lectures, continuing education, book groups, and more!
Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays from 12 to 5pm
February 3rd – April 14th
NOPL @ N. Syracuse
Three times a week an AARP representative will help you prepare your 2012 tax forms this tax season. Sign up at the NOPL @ N. Syracuse information desk at or call 458-6184. (No program on Presidents Day.) Click to see all times in our calendar.
Fridays from 9:30am – 11:30am
NOPL @ N. Syracuse
40 Above is a networking group for unemployed professionals. Get job search advice, learn how to improve your resume, prep for job interviews and share contacts and resources with others seeking new career opportunities. New members welcome each week. Click to see all times.
An interactive online practice for academic and licensing tests including civil service, ACT, ASVAB, GED, SAT and more. It also contains dozens of career related eBooks and software tutorials.
Combines everything you need for a successful job search. Explore occupations, search national job postings, create resumes and cover letters, and improve your work skills with software tutorials.
Here are twenty recent personal finance, money, and invenstments books available at the NOPL Libraries: Money-Smart-Books-at-NOPL.pdf
The U.S. government’s website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education. Whether you are buying a home, balancing your checkbook, or investing in your 401(k), the resources on MyMoney.gov can help you maximize your financial decisions. Throughout the site, you will find important information from 20 Federal agencies and Bureaus designed to help you make smart financial choices.
Money Matters: Federal Trade Commission
Money Matters is a comprehensive personal finance website sponsored by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC.) The FTC, the nation’s consumer protection agency, created this website to help you tackle some money issues head-on. Educational categories include: Scam Watch, Credit Cards, Managing Your Money, Dealing with Debt, Your Home, and Jobs.
Money As You Grow
The President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability has developed Money as You Grow, a website creatively highlighting the 20 essential lessons kids need to learn about money. It divides up the lessons per age group and includes a downloadable poster.
National Endowment for Financial Education
Smart About Money, or SAM, is one of the many resources of the National Endowment for Financial Education(NEFE). NEFE is a nonprofit foundation dedicated to helping you make sound financial decisions throughout life’s ups and downs. At SAM, you’ll find practical articles, worksheets, tips and valuable resources from across the Web to help you understand and manage your money.
WaysHome: Fannie Mae
WaysHome™ from Fannie Mae is an innovative new tool in mortgage education. If you are struggling with your mortgage payments or facing foreclosure, Fannie Mae has created KnowYourOptions.com; so you can find the information you need, and get help before it’s too late.
360 Degrees of Financial Literacy
360 degrees of financial literacy is a free program of the nation’s certified public accountants to help Americans understand their personal finances through every stage of life.
It’s a perfect time to visit the LibraryFarm and see how we are growing and changing. The LibraryFarm will host informational programming, with plenty of hands-on fun for everyone. We will also have volunteers available for group or individual tours of the LibraryFarm.
Schedule of Events in our Community Room:
11:00 am “Sustainability: What’s the Big Deal?” Presented by GreeningUSA
12:00 pm “Attracting Butterflies to Your Yard” Presented by Janet Allen, Habitat Gardening of CNY
2:00 pm “ All about Organic Farms and Joining a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture)” Presented by Freedom Rains Farm
Informational stations, occurring throughout the day, will be located under the front portico:
Hands-on Stations are found outside on the library’s picnic tables and consist of:
And so much more!
Light refreshments will be served throughout the day in our community room.
Some events happening outside will be moved indoors in the event of rain.
Includes: Flip camera, instructions, and sample questions.
You can check out one of our easy to use Flip video cameras for up to one week. Record your family’s stories on the camera and save to you own computer or we can help you burn to a disc. You must be at least 18 years old, have a valid photo ID and a NOPL library card. Ask at the reference desk if you have any questions. Let us help you discover and preserve your story.
Here is our reference librarian, Sue Clarey, discussing her maternal great-grandmother:
freegal (rhymes with legal) is a downloadable music service, like iTunes from your library. All you need is your library card number and PIN. With access to the Sony Music Entertainment catalog, it offers hundreds of thousands of songs, over 100 genres of music, and more than 50 record labels, all without having to download special software or have any digital rights management (DRM) issues to deal with. Access to freegal is limited to NOPL patrons. See freegal FAQs for more information. For the latest news and popular songs on freegal, check out their blog.
Mondays at 10am at NOPL @ N. Syracuse
Tuesdays at 10am at NOPL @ Cicero
Thursdays at 5:30pm at NOPL @ Cicero
Meet other knitters and crocheters and share your current project. Learn or improve your technique.
Our members’ experience ranges from beginner to experienced. The only criteria to join are needles (or hook) and yarn. Joining is easy—just show up! No forms to fill out, no dues to pay.
Visit us on Ravelry. Ravelry is an online network with over 2 million knitters, crocheters, designers, spinners, weavers and dyers sharing projects, patterns, yarn stashes, and more. A must-see for fiber enthusiasts.
In July 2011, the NOPL Knitters “yarn-bombed” the Cicero branch. Here are the results: