Our National Friends of Libraries Week celebration!

Friday, October 21, 2016

Check out our Facebook post on the celebration and view a few pictures by clicking here. 

National Friends of the Library Week at Stirling!

A Message from Hannah Hostyk, Co-President

Monday, September 19, 2016

Dear Friends,

Our annual meeting was magical! We had a chance to thank our volunteers, especially Jack Aroshas, who created our first ever video. This video was viewed almost 210 times in the first 48 hours of being posted!! Have you seen it yet? Click here to schep some naches

Jack invested his energy and creativity in producing this video and we are so grateful to him. I must confess - I have probably watched the video 30 times and each time I am overwhelmed by what our group has created.

Don't forget that Sandi Levy's Art Classes begin tomorrow. Two of our art students won prizes in different art contests over the summer! Congratulations to Gary Green and Neil Lentin. We are so proud of you and of all the wonderful art students at Stirling! To become a part of this energy, come to the class on Friday at 1:00 pm. It's free of course and open to the public! You can sign up here: stirlinglibraryfriends@gmail.com

All the best,

Tim Dixon Lecture Series - America In Transformation

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Join us as we host Tim Dixon for four nights of historical context and contemporary insight into this year's Election. 

Stuart Hopen's review of The Information: A History, A theory, A Flood by James Gleick

Monday, July 25, 2016

"Like James Joyce’s Ulysses, The Information, a history, a theory, a flood, by James Gleick is a book about nothing less than everything. That is what comes of tackling the very notion of information, including the ambiguities inherent in the word."

Read Stuart Hopen's complete book review on his blog!