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Come play & win prizes! Free to all over 18 years of age. Tuesday January 9th in Meeting Rooms A & B at 6:00 pm at the Rochester Library  

The true story of how Queen Victoria struck up an unlikely friendship with a young Indian clerk named Abdul Karim.
Watch it for free at the Rochester Branch Library on Thursday January 4th at 2:00 pm in Meeting Room B

All branches of the Library (Rochester, Aubbee & Fulton) will be closed December 25th & 26th (Monday & Tuesday).
We will reopen on Wednesday, December 27th.
We will also be closed January 1st & 2nd for New Years, and will reopen Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018.
Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Shopping online? Using allows 5% of your spendings to help your Library (us).

Simply go to the above link, search for the “Friends of the Fulton County Public Library”, click the Select button, and start shopping!

At checkout, you will see that 5% of what you spend will go to the Friends, to help the Library out!

And if you shop at Kroger and have a Kroger card, you can have THEM help us, too!

If you shop at Kroger’s and have a Kroger Card, you can have Kroger donate 5% of what you spend to the Friends . . .

Dewey Hop is exploring schools and more specifically the birth of the school system in the US. Do you know the history of how the one room school houses were started and why we have developed into the current schools systems we have in the US? Some of you may find this post a bit […]

What does “quality education” mean to you? What do you believe should be the outcome of our educational system? Stop by the Dewey Hop blog today as we explore these sorts of questions and prepare to take an in depth look at some educational issues represented by books in the 370’s section of the Library.

After more than a year of exploring the 360’s (Social Problems & Social Services), Dewey Hop is moving on through the library and tackling the 370’s, Education. This week, emphasis is on how parents, students, and teachers communicate with each other. Do you (or did you) have any teachers whose communication styles stick out in […]