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The Sand Lake Town Library now has museum passes available to admit a family of 4 the museum. Sand Lake Town Library patrons may use their library cards to borrow passes for 3 days. Ask for the passes at the circulation desk.
Join us for Computer Classes this month!
Join us on May 9 for Internet Basics from 2-3pm
The following sessions will include:
May 16 – G-Mail 2-3pm
May 23 – Computer Tutor 2-3pm. Bring your computer questions and we’ll help you with them.
The Sand Lake Town Library has the following New York Times Best Sellers (May 5, 2013) in our collection. You can request them on-line or by phone. Under Library Links (at left) you can click on “New Items” to see what else we’ve added in the last 30 days.
- 2. Daddy’s Gone Hunting by Mary Higgins Clark (Large Print)
- 4. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
- 7. Don’t Go by Lisa Scottoline (Audio)
- 9. Six Years (+ Large Print and Audio)
- 12. A Dance with Dragons by George R.R. Martin
- 14. The Storyteller by Jodi Piccoult (+Audio)
- 16. Z by Theresa Fowler
- 7. Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand
- 10. Killing Kennedy by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard
- 12. My Beloved World by Sonia Sotomayor
- 13. Salt Sugar Fat by Michael Moss
Need help piecing together the different options available for seniors and/or their caregivers in Rensselaer County?
The Sand Lake Town Library maintains a file full of current information from various agencies for services for seniors and/or their caregivers. The file is stored behind the circulation desk–just ask a staff member if you’d like to see it.