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Holiday Closings: Winter Break 2013

We think the poster says it all, but just in case: we’re closing at 3:30 pm on Saturday, December 21, and Monday, December, 23rd. And, re-opening normal hours (i.e., 9 am – 9:45 pm) Thursday, January 2nd. We’d like to

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Color Printing

Where Are The Color Copiers? What a great question! We’re working on it but for now the Library doesn’t offer color printing. If you want to print in color you have two options: Room 701,  and Room C12. Room 701

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August Hours 2012

Have you been in the Library recently and walked past the reference desk? If you have, then this question should be real easy. Q: What’s hot pink, deep blue, red, and has numbers all over it? A: Lindsey’s August 2012

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Holiday Closings: July 2nd and 4th, 2011

The July 4th holiday weekend has come just at the right time. Summer Session I has ended with a whirlwind of activity this week, and now it’s time for students and faculty to relax and unwind for a few days

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August Hours 2011

The library is usually open in August: Monday-to-Thursday, 9am – 5pm. This year it’s a little different. We’re going to be closed the second and third weeks for renovations. Don’t forget we will be closed Saturday, July 2nd and Monday,

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Library Hours During Spring Break 2011

We are open during spring break. That’s right, we’re open! And, it’s business as usual. Monday – Thursday 9:00 am to 10:00 pm Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm The image above is from

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Holiday Closings

For our visual learners: the library’s hours over the New Year break are as follows:

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Spring has arrived in my office. "Rain soaks the seeds and they swell and sprout. Birds are building nests. Frogs croak. In the green meadow lies a new calf. It is springtime." Celebrating the spring equinox with A Year on the Farm by Lucy Sprague Mitchell, illus. by Richard Floethe, 1948 #spring #lucyspraguemitchell #richardfloethe Block structure in a SFC classroom, nd #tbt #bankstreetarchives #blocks Happy pi day! SFC students made this fun garland before break #PiDay The Best Children's Books of the Year, 2015 Edition. Books Published in 2014. At the reference desk and it's in PRINT! Susan Kuklin and Young Reviewers from the Cornelia Connelly Center celebrate Beyond Magenta's Flora Stieglitz Straus Award #susankuklin #beyondmagenta @rstaino interviewing Josette Frank Award winner Ann M. Martin for #kidlittv Join us at Bank Street on April 11th for The Building Blocks of Play: Art, Books, and Childhood! We are very pleased that keynote speaker Dr. Linda Mayes and authors and artists Nina Crews, Robie Harris, Richard Lewis, @peterhreynolds, Laura Vaccaro Seeger, @paulozelinsky will be joining us. Hope to see you there! Wishing Walrus & Polar Bear would drive Super Truck to us right now! Thanks to the lovely and always dapper Stephen Savage for the new addition to our wall :) #supertruck #stephensavage
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