Pulaski Public Library is currently open for browsing appointments in-person, curbside pickup, computer use appointments, and faxing, copying and printing services. Our hours are listed below.
Browsing & Computer Appointments:
Call the library to schedule an appointment.
Wednesday – Friday 10AM-4PM
Call the library at 315-298-2717 anytime to schedule these services.
Stay tuned to our website and Facebook or Instagram pages for updated hours coming soon!
“Welcome to Your Library”
April 4th – 10th is National Library Week!
Here are some ways you can celebrate:
Participate in the #MyLibraryIs promotion on social media
Celebrate National Library Week 2021 by sharing what you love about the resources and services available at your library. Post to Instagram, Twitter, or on the I Love Libraries Facebook page, about an e-book, audiobook, virtual storytime or bookclub, or how your library has made a difference while you’ve been social distancing at home. Use the hashtag #MyLibraryIs. We’ll gather all the entries, and one randomly selected winner will receive a $100 Visa gift card. The promotion starts Sunday, April 4 at noon CT and ends on Saturday, April 10 at noon CT. Don’t forget to tag your library!
If you love your library, say it loud and proud: vocal community support helps libraries secure much-needed funding and reminds hardworking library staff that their efforts are appreciated. Participating in the #MyLibraryIs promotion is a quick, easy way to help your library thrive!
Visit your library
Whether you’re visiting in person or virtually, libraries offer the opportunity to explore new worlds through access to technology, multimedia content, and educational programs. Take time to connect with your library during National Library Week to see all they have to offer.
For more ways to celebrate, check out our April newsletter, which can be found on the library’s Facebook page, or look on our websites main menu bar under the Connect tab, then click on Monthly Newsletter.
Local Author Spotlight
A new book we have on the shelves is by a local author from Liverpool, William D. LaRue. His book, A Stranger Killed Katy: The True Story of Katherine Hawelka, Her Murder on a New York Campus, and How Her Family Fought Back is the story of a Syracuse teenager who was murdered in 1986 at Clarkson University in Potsdam. Call the library to place this book on hold or schedule an appointment during our browsing hours to check out this chilling new book!
No Pressure Book Club
Did you know we have a book club at the library? The No Pressure Book Club meets once a month to choose a book to read together and discuss the previous months book. And the title says it all, never feel pressured to read a book you don’t like or are too busy to read that month! Everyone is welcome, whether they read the book or not.
Check out the Book Club tab under the Programs tab on the main menu bar for information on each month’s selection. If you are interested in joining our group, call the library for more information!
We have board games available to check out for a night of family fun! For a complete list of games available, look under our Programs Tab at the top of the screen, then click on Board Games.