For safety and convenience, beginning Tuesday, November 4th the traffic in the library parking lot will be reversed. Please follow the signs and arrows when entering or exiting the lot. And look for our brand new drive-up book drop in the next few weeks!
The Finger Lakes Photography Guild’s 7th Exhibit is now on display at Wood Library. It has become an annual event leading up to Thanksgiving and Christmas with more than 15 accomplished photographers exhibiting outstanding imagery.
Guild members are committed to the pursuit of photography as a fine art. Their work is recognized throughout the Rochester and Finger Lakes Region in art galleries, photography exhibits, and publications. Most of the photography will be available for sale.
The Exhibit is on display in the Ewing Community Room until Dec. 13, 2014. The Guild is hosting a public reception at the Exhibit on Thursday evening, Nov. 13th, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Guild members will be present to discuss their photography.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and creative Adult Services Librarian who is dedicated to exemplary customer service. For more information, please visit http://woodlibrary.org/about/jobs/
Terwilliger named Trustee of the Year at Pioneer Library System’s Annual Dinner held on October 8.
Jim Terwilliger, a Wood Library Trustee since 2007, received the Pioneer Library System’s Trustee of the Year Award at its annual dinner on Wednesday, October 8, 2014, at Bristol Harbor Inn and Resort.
Jim has been a steady voice for fiscal responsibility and stable financing for Wood Library. As Treasurer and Finance Committee Chair he has carefully monitored the library’s operational budget, recommended financial policies to support the library’s organizational priorities, and guided the library through a major capital fundraising campaign. Jim also led a committee of library advocates and trustees to develop and implement a long-term plan for community-based funding for Wood Library. He is a role model trustee, giving time and treasure beyond expectations.
Jim’s dedication to Wood Library and leadership as a trustee has helped to secure Wood Library’s future as an essential community asset.
Wood Library is a member of the Pioneer Library System, a collaborative partnership between 42 libraries in Ontario, Wayne, Wyoming, and Livingston counties.
Thanks Jim for your continued commitment to Wood Library, for your advocacy and leadership, and for sharing your wisdom.
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