|ONEIDA PUBLIC LIBRARY||
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Bring May flowers . . .
Friendsí Spring Book Sale
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friends of the Oneida Public Library offer gently used donated books at bargain prices, from recent bestsellers to fabulous finds from the past. Proceeds benefit the OPL.
The WordPress Workshop
Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, 1 to 3 p.m.
For anyone thinking of setting up a blog or web site, IT specialist Katy McCauley offers a workshop on WordPress.com, the economical and easy-to-edit web site platform. The morning session offers an introduction and the basics, while the afternoon session is geared for more knowledgeable users.
Updated 29 April 2013
The Once and Future
Creating New Connections
See the New Library Project video on YouTube: Creating New Connections
Find out the who, what, when,
where and why of the OPL's
New Library Project
Schedule of Meetings for
Capital Campaign Committees
May 7 - Tuesday at 7 p.m. - OPL
Public Relations Subcommittee
May 6 - Monday at 3 p.m. - OPL
May 8 - Wednesday at 7 p.m. - OPL
Oneida City Subcommittee
April 30 - Tuesday at 6 p.m. - OPL
Oneida County Subcommittee
April 30 - Tuesday at 5 p.m. - OPL
1875 Atlas of Madison County from the OPL History Collection is now on line on the New York Heritage web site. Click here for high-resolution images of the maps of all towns, villages and hamlets in Madison County, N.Y., with the names of individual property owners in 1875.
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OPL Trustees meet May 23
The Oneida Public Library Board of Trustees will next meet Thursday, May 23, at 6:00 p.m. in the library's Local History Room. The public is invited to attend.
Click here to log in to your library account, do a catalog search or request or renew books, DVDs and periodicals in the Mid-York Library System. For the Classic Catalog search interface, which will continue to be available indefinitely, click here.
Check out the wide range of electronic databases available for free to Mid-York Library card holders: newspaper and magaine articles for general readers and for research in business, health and science as well as online encyclopedias for children and adults. Please note that the NOVELny databases will be changing effective July 1, 2010. The Gale General OneFile and Academic OneFile are replacing ProQuest Platinum. Gale Health Reference Center Academic is replacing the Health and Wellness Resource Center. See
Midyork Database Resources.
Madison County Law Library
The Sixth Judicial District of the New York State Unified Court System supports for the convenience of the public the Madison County Supreme Court Law Library at the OPL. Click on the blue heading.