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September Is Library Card Sign-Up Month!

September is library card sign-up month.  Don’t have a card? Come in and sign up.  It’s free!  Have a card? Show your love!  Post a selfie of you and your card on Facebook, Twitter, wherever you are now.  Remember #beaconreads

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Call for Photographers: Second Saturday eExhibits at the Howland Public Library

The Howland Public Library recently installed an electronic bulletin board near the entrance of the library.  As a part of Beacon’s Second Saturday,  the eBulletin Board will feature an “eExhibit” of the work of Hudson Valley photographers. Interested photographers should email CommunityArt@beaconlibrary.org 5 jpegs or a website link and a description of the proposed project. Ideally, […]

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HOWLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY NOW OFFERS STREAMING MUSIC

HPL now offers our cardholders the ability to stream entire music albums every day as part of its free online music offering.  The new initiative, part of Freegal 4.0, provides HPL cardholders with increased access to over 6 million songs from 28,000 recording labels that originate in over 80 countries. Included is the complete local […]

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Find a Job, Business, Person or Create Mailing Lists & Sales Leads

Creating a mailing list for your business? Trying to locate classmates for your high school reunion? Looking for a job? Try AtoZdatabases.  

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Dutchess County Job Resource Center:

Dutchess County Job Resource Center: Online access to help with finding a job & developing your career. Includes resumé & interviewing tips, job & career resources for veterans, practical answers to common questions about finding a job & more.

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Who’s in your family tree?

The Heritage Quest database through our website gives you anytime, anywhere access with your library card to a collection of genealogical and historical sources (with coverage dating back to the 1700s) that can help people find their ancestors and discover a place’s past.

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