• Little Bits

      Our next little Bits class will be on Tuesday, March 28th from 4-5 pm (Note the new time!)  little Bits are individual components that when put together, with magnets, allow the user to create and invent catapults, drawing robots, alarms and so much more.  This program is for 3rd-6th grade.  Please sign up at the library.
  • Toddler Story Time

    Please join Miss Madelyn for the next Toddler Story Time on Wednesday, March 29 at 10:30 am.  Come for stories, songs, and fun all about Waffles!  This program is geared toward toddlers but preschoolers are welcome.
  • Rockin' Readers

    Join us for Rockin' Readers on Wednesday, March29th for Waffle Day!  We will have stories, crafts and snack.  The program is for K-2nd grade students and meets from 3:25 - 4:15.  
  • Teen Tech Help

    Are you having trouble downloading ebooks? Want to know how to use your new iPad? Well, now we've got a team of volunteer teens who can help! Now that school has started, our teen volunteers will be available on Mondays from 3:00 to 5:00. We're grateful that they can still squeeze us in with their busy schedules. There's an appointment schedule at the front desk or you can just drop by. Bring your device or just your questions; our teen tech volunteers are here to help!
  • Online Catalog

    When using our online catalog remember that the catalog first searches for an item here at the Homer Library.  If you don't find what you are looking for and want to expand your search to the whole library system, use the drop down box that says Limit By;  and select All Libraries.
  • Biblioboard and Self-E

    Check out these new services from your Library

    BiblioBoard Library is an easy-to-use platform that allows Phillips Free Library to offer high-quality reviewed books by NY indie authors to patrons. Content is available on the web or on eReaders. Click on the icon on the right side of the page to get started reading. And check out the Writer’s page for information about uploading your own self-published book.


This Week at the Library

For the Week of March 20


Beginning Coding - 3rd - 5th grade


2016 Annual Report to the Community

Here is the 2016 Annual Report to the Community for Phillips Free Library.  Take a minute to review some of the library highlights over the past year.  Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you in the library soon!

Movie & A Snack


Contemporary Book Talk - Women's Rights and Feminism

Thursday, March 30th @ 5pm

The library will continue to host monthly book talks and discussions on books that focus on matters of importance to contemporary life. For March, the talks will focus on books about women’s rights and feminism. At the meeting on Thursday, March 30th at 5 pm, the group will meet to discuss How to be a Woman by Caitlin Moran, a humorous look at feminism and sexism in contemporary life; We Should all be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, a short essay based on this Nigerian author’s TED talk; and Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, a best-selling book which looks at the oppression of women globally. These books all focus on sexism and feminism in the US and internationally. Feel free to pick one, two, or all three of the books to read and come to the discussion on March 30th. We will also be presenting three books on the environmental crisis for discussion in April.

Intergenerational Book Club - Where the Mountain Meets the Moon

4th grade - Adult


Beginning Coding


Hoopla

Movies, Music, eBooks and more

We are excited to announce a new digital service that will allow you to watch movies, read books, listen to music and more.  You need to have a library card and internet access to use this new service.  Each card holder is able to borrow 3 items each month.  After 3 items have been checked out you will have to wait until the next month to borrow more.  Please check out the site - have your library card handy to make an account with Hoopla.

Children's e-Books

Check out this growing collection

We are starting a small collection of children's non-fiction e-books, viewable online. Just follow the link. The Login is phillips1, password ebooks. Then type in your library card number and start reading. We'll be adding a couple new books each month.