- Personal by Lee Child
- Edge Of Eternity by Ken Follett
- Act Like A Success, Think Like A Success by Steve Harvey
- Murder 101 by Faye Kellerman
- Festive In Death by J.D. Robb
The Gates Public Library will continue to be a friendly, creative learning center where the staff engage with the public to develop a variety of collections, resources, and programs that will encourage education, literacy, personal enjoyment and professional growth.
Are you interested in getting your high school diploma, learning English, or changing careers? The Gates Public Library is working in partnership with Monroe 2 BOCES to deliver high school equivalency preparation, English as a second language instruction, TABE testing, and job training at the library with a schedule that is flexible enough for even the busiest individuals.
If you are interested furthering your adult education at little to no cost, please contact Greg Benoit at (585) 429-8298 or email@example.com with your name, phone number, and the program you are interested in enrolling in. Deadline for submissions is Friday, September 26th.
I'm the Holds and Interlibrary Loan Clerk so I handle all the requests for our materials from other libraries as well as the materials coming in from other libraries that have been requested by our patrons. I also help out with managing the day to day concerns in the Circulation Department.
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. I first read it as a teenager and it really impressed upon me the importance of the free exchange of ideas and how much we should value such freedoms in our culture. From that point on it became important to me to not just go along with banning or dismissing something because of popular opinion, but to look at it, become informed and decide for myself.
The Story of Ferdinand by Leaf Munro.
What kind of horrible question is this?! As long as my husband and my animals made it out, everything else is replaceable.
Well, the sorting hat put me in Ravenclaw so I think I'm supposed to say eagle.
All of the titles under "Staff Recommendations" were selected by Aubrey.
Come checkout the latest crop of fall events at the Gates Public Library! Space is limited, so be sure to register early. You view a complete list of our upcoming events and register online by visiting our events calendar, or by calling (585) 247-6446.
It is with deep sadness that we announce the death of former library clerk Pushp Bansal. Pushp worked for the library for 23 years. She was the type of person who brightened the day with her presence. Her smile was beautiful and genuine, and her laugh came often and was infectious. She always worked with utmost care to insure each patron was acknowledged and helped. As bookkeeper, she kept track of the library’s finances. When she became the Adult Services clerk, she ordered and processed all of the adult books for the library, a very important job in our library, with our large and diverse collection. In addition, she took part in many other staff events and committees. Kind and generous of spirit, she was an integral and loved member of our library family, and we shall miss her deeply and always.