At the end of March, the Upper Hudson Library System is upgrading its catalog and patron management software. For important information about the software upgrade, including new features, a timeline of service outages, and actions patrons should take before we are on the new system, tune in to our Tech Tips blog. Updates will be posted there and linked from our Facebook and Twitter pages. Unexpected or last-minute outages will be posted directly on this page.
Show Your Support!
Take Action by signing “Our Support Your Community Library”
cards available in the library that we will mail to our local officials.
The Book a Librarian program is suspended until April 2nd 2015.
In the meantime, check out our computer class calendar for other computer training options.
If you prefer self-directed learning, see our Computers & Internet page.
The AARP Tax-Aide Program will prepare 2014 Federal and NYS personal income tax returns at the library on Mondays from February 2nd through April 6. You do not need to be a senior or a member of AARP. The service is free and confidential, provided by IRS certified volunteers. Registration opens January 2nd. Couples filing jointly – please register for a single appointment. Register online here for your appointment (you may need to adjust the calendar month using the icon in the upper right section of the page). Or, call the Reference Desk at 477-7476 (option 4) for assistance in making an appointment.
We are offering a demonstration of this resource on September 17th at 7pm. Sign up
Are you planning a trip abroad and need to learn some basic words to get by in that country? Did you study a foreign language in high school and want to brush up your fluency? Is English your second language, and you’d like some practice? Then our new online language program, Pronunciator, is for you! It can be used both in the library and remotely on almost any device. Try it now.
For more language resources, see our online resources – languages page.
Need help finding a job or finishing your high school diploma?
Visit our Education and Employment Resource Center.