Library Closed – Holiday

The library will be closed Monday, October 3, 2016 – Rosh Hashanah.

College Workshops

It’s never too soon to start thinking about college! We encourage anyone with future college plans to attend our upcoming College Workshops – great for all High School students and their parents! Click here for more info.

Calling All Tech Buddies!

We are looking for tech savvy teens who enjoy teaching adults how to use e-devices. You and your Buddy will decide on an agreed time to meet between October 24th and November 21st, as few or as many times as your Buddy needs. You will receive community service credit for all sessions attended. Please note: …(More)

A Fond Farewell

To all of our dedicated viewers – Due to lack of online participation we are bidding a fond adieu to our JPL Book-in-a-Blog. If you are interested in participating in a book discussion please contact the Jericho Public Library. We currently have book discussion groups that meet in person each month. We look forward to …(More)

Link Library Cards with the JPL App!

You may now link family or any other Jericho Library Card with the JPL app. To link cards, you must first visit the Circulation Desk to sign an agreement. Then  click My Account  ->  Link Library Cards in the app, enter the barcode and PIN of the library card you want to link, and that’s …(More)

Hoopla at the Library

Now you can stream movies, TV shows, music, audiobooks, eBooks & comic books through Hoopla right here in our Periodicals area. Just create an account with your email address and Library card to get started – it’s that simple! We ask that you please use headphones or earbuds while using this service (earbuds can be …(More)

MinecraftEdu is Here!

We are now hosting a MinecraftEdu server right here in the Library! Children, tweens, and teens with valid Jericho Library cards will be able to visit the Library, log in, and play. MinecraftEdu encourages learning and inspires creativity. Get your game on at the JPL!

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