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Bam! Pow! Read! Summer Reading

Heroes Read!!

Unmask your Super Power & Escape the Ordinary

Super Hero Training Camp

Pulaski Library

Where Every Hero has a Story

July 7th - August 28th 2015


10-12 Super Hero Lego Club (All Ages) 

3-5 Unmask Your Super Power (Middle/High School)



10-12 Super Hero Training Camp (Elementary)



3-5 Escape the Ordinary (Middle /High School)



10-11 Super Hero Training Camp (Pre-K/Elementary)

Annual Booksale

Friends of the Pulaski Public Library Annual Booksale

Thursday, July 23rd, from 11:00-7:00,   Friday, July 24th, from 9:00- 5:00,  Saturday, July 25th, from 9:00- 1:00

Large selection of Hardcovers, Paperbacks, Audio books, DVDs, Childrens books, Puzzles, Magazines, Large Print books.

Snow Memorial Building
Friends of the Pulaski Public Library
2015/07/23 - 2015/07/25
11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Lego Club

Lego Club every 3rd Tuesday after School until 5:00pm. Come join in and create! New theme every week!



Download  your favorite magazines with Zinio in 'Search the Catalog'

NYS Historic newspapers!

The new site named  replaces the Networks Northern New York Historical Newspapers site. Users visiting the old site will be automatically redirected to the new site.

All contents of New York State Historic Newspapers are available for online use at no charge.

Rubber Stamping

The second Thursday of each month the Library hosts a Stamping Class in the Snow Memorial Auditorium at 6:30. All are welcome. There is a small fee to cover supplies.



We are updating our children's video selection and are in serious need of DVD's.

History of our Library

First Pulaski Library 1962-1964



 Mayor Floyd Carpenter formed committee in 1974 to investigate the construction of a new
building to house the Pulaski Village Office and the Pulaski Public Library.
The Snow Memorial Building was dedicated on May 26,1976, with the library occupying 39 percent of the space.

Wilma Elder resigned as librarian in March of 1978 after 16 years with the Pulaski Public Library.
The Library board appointed Katie Bailey as acting librarian until her death in 1981.

Brenda Wilson Bennett served as library technician from 1981-1989. Mary Jacobs became the librarian until 1992.

Nancy Johnson served the library from 1992 until her retirement in 1997. Margaret Weigel is now the present librarian.

The first public–use computer came to the library in January of 1991, and with donations
and grants others followed. In 2008, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation presented four
new computers and along with gifts from the Friends Group, the library now has seven
computers with high speed internet and wireless access.

We have a pre-school story hour on Fridays from 10:00—11:00.

There are 7 computers for public use with an internet connection,videos,books on CD,large
print books, magazines, photocopier, slide projector,typewriter, microfilm and cemetery

We have Summer Reading Programs,various Inter-generational programs, Fax
Service, Ongoing Book Sales and our Annual Book Sale in July.



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