The Otsego District Library is currently seeking applicants for ONE open library clerk position.
Posting Date: April 25 - May 26 at 5 PM
See the attached job posting and job description for details on how to apply:
Otsego District Library Assistant Cataloging Clerk Job Posting and Job Description PDF
We are very excited to offer a great new service this winter called Hoopla! Hoopla is a digital media service that allows you to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics, and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, or smartphone! There are no holds and multiple users can use the same title at the same time!!
Plan to bring your family and friends to visit a world of sweets!
Tuesday, December 27 - Saturday, January 21
All open library hours
Your favorite childhood game will come to life in the library’s program room during Christmas Break and January. Visit Gingerbread House, Ice Palace, Candy Castle and Chocolate Mountain! Explore Licorice Lagoon, Lollypop Woods, and Gummy Hills. Play in the Cupcake Commons and Ice Cream Slopes. Life-Size Candyland will provide an adventure for patrons of all ages!
The Library Board of Trustees meets on a monthly basis to discuss library business and housekeeping. Meetings are open to the public and include a period of time for patrons to discuss comments and concerns. The board meetings are tentative and could be subject to change at any time. Keep an eye out for deviations in the schedule.
The Library Board meets on the third Thursday of the month at 6:30 PM. Below are the meeting dates for 2017.
Just 3 Extra Mouse Clicks Before You Buy on Amazon Helps Support Your Library… Did you know that if you start your Amazon shopping from the Library’s Wowbrary (New Materials) page, that Amazon will donate the library 7.5% of what you spend on your purchases? This does not cost you any extra; it comes from Amazon to the library!
The library will be closed November 24, 25, and 26 for the holiday weekend. We will reopen with regular hours the following Monday.
Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving with your family and friends.
Click HERE to learn more about the historical significance of Thanksgiving.