• Hours and Contact Info

    518-483-5251
    CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS

    Library Director: Bridget Schack
  • Follow Wead Library on WordPress.com
  • Advertisements

Informational Budget Meeting to be held on 4/29/19

Good afternoon!  Firstly, the staff at the Wead Library would like to thank you all so much for being so supportive during our closure for renovations.  We are all looking forward to getting back to the library and enjoying all of the new and updated features that are in the works.

Unfortunately, due to the closure we will have to move our annual budget meeting from its usual spot at the library.  This year, we will be hosting the meeting at the Malone Lodge of Elks, which is right across the street from the library, on Monday April 27 from 7p-8p.  The Malone Lodge of Elks has been very gracious to us during our closure, and we appreciate them very much!

Secondly, the Budget and Trustee Vote will be held on Tuesday May 7 from noon-8pm at the Malone Lodge of Elks.  We hope to see you there!  Have a great day!

Advertisements

NOTICE OF UPCOMING CLOSURE

Good afternoon, everyone.  We want to let you know that we have an official start date for our renovation project.  Our last day open will be Thursday, February 28th.  Beginning March 1st, we will be closed.  We unfortunately do not have a concrete end-date of the project, but rest assured we will be posting updates here to keep you in the loop.  It is our hope that the project will not be overlong, and the benefits of the renovations will be plentiful.  (For those who aren’t aware, we are adding a lift to allow handicapped access to our third floor, as well as renovating two bathrooms.)  Story Hour will continue through next week, but will suspend at that point.  Friday Movie Nights will end after this week’s movie (Ferdinand, February 22).Thank you so very much for your understanding during this time of change!  We appreciate each and every one of you.  (If you have an event or meeting scheduled, we will be notifying you via telephone to work out alternate arrangements).

NOTICE — NO REQUESTS FOR TIME BEING

As many of you know, the Wead Library will be closing soon to undergo some renovations. We will notify you immediately when we have an official start date for the project. In the meantime, we have to prepare for the closure and are therefore stopping book requests to our library as of today. If there is a book you need and cannot wait for, we can help you locate another library that may have it. Thank you so much for your continued understanding and patience. Our patrons are wonderful!

New Arrivals 2/12/2019

New Fiction Arrivals:

“Connections in Death,” by J.D. Robb

“The Dead Ex,” by Jane Corry

“The Falcon of Sparta,” by Conn Iggulden

“The Girl in the Glass Box,” by James Grippando

“Liar Liar,” by James Patterson

“Miraculum,” by Steph Post

“The Ruin of Kings,” by Jenn Lyons

“Watcher in the Woods,” by Kelley Armstrong

“The Wedding Guest,” by Jonathan Kellerman

“What Doesn’t Kill Her,” by Christina Dodd

 

New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“Best Self:  Be You, Only Better,” by Mike Bayer

“The Girls Next Door: Bringing the Home Front to the Front Lines,” by Kara Dixon Vuic

“The Unwinding of the Miracle: a Memoir of Life, Death, and Everything that Comes After,” by Julie Yip-Williams

New Releases 2/8/19

Good afternoon, readers!  This week’s selection is smaller than usual, but still packed with great new reads!  Take a peek:

New Arrivals:

“The Age of Light,” by Whitney Sharer

“The Current,” by Tim Johnston

“The Eulogist,” by Terry Gamble

“The Golden Tresses of the Dead,” by Alan Bradley

“The Kingdom of Copper,” by S.A. Chakraborty

“Late in the Day,” by Tessa Hadley

“The Suspect,” by Fiona Barton

“The Wartime Sisters,” by Lynda Cohen Loigman

Closed Monday, Feb 4, 2019

Due to the snow day at Malone Central Schools, the WEAD Library is CLOSED today 2/4/19. Please be careful in the icy conditions.

New Arrivals 1/29/19

Good afternoon!  Here are the newest additions to our collection.  Enjoy!

New Fiction Arrivals:

“The Burglar,” by Thomas Perry

“Daughter of War,” by Brad Taylor

“The Far Field,” by Madhuri Vijay

“Judgment,” by Joseph Finder

“Letters from Peaceful Lane,” by Janet Dailey

“A Murderous Marriage,” by Alyssa Maxwell

“The Nowhere Child,” by Christian White

“The Only Woman in the Room,” by Marie Benedict

“Out of the Dark,” by Gregg Hurwitz

“The Rule of Law,” by John Lescroart

“The Silhouette Girl,” by V.C. Andrews

“Talk to Me,” by John Kenney

 

New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“Act Natural: a Cultural History of Misadventures in Parenting,” by Jennifer Traig

“Almost Everything: Notes on Hope,” by Anne Lamott

“Company of One: Why Staying Small is the Next Big Thing for Business,” by Paul Jarvis

“Help me!: One Woman’s Quest to Find Out if Self-Help Really can Change your Life,” by Marianne Power

“The Long Take: or, a Way to Lose More Slowly,” by Robin Robertson

“Queen Victoria: Twenty-Four Days that Changed her Life,” by Lucy Worsley

“Underground: a Human History of the Worlds beneath our Feet,” by Will Hunt

“The Warner Boys: our Family’s Story of Autism and Hope,” by Ana & Curt Warner