The Library Board and staff have been busy making plans for the future, including making… Read More »Medford Library Project Update and Public Information Meeting
British mystery television series have become increasingly popular with people. Did you know that many… Read More »British mystery television series and the books that started them
Now on view at the Patchogue-Medford Library is the solo exhibit Paintings by Paul Jay Edelson. The series of abstract works are inspired by the artist’s appreciation for nature, specifically landscapes and seascapes. Through his artwork, Edelson strives to communicate his enthusiasm for the natural world as well as inspire a similar notion of feeling into his audience.Read More »Paul Jay Edelson’s Abstractions of Nature on View in Claire Davidson Siegel Gallery
Are you interested in getting grants for your Not for Profit? Here in the library, we have a collection of print and online resources to help you find, write and win grants. We also subscribe to the Foundation Directory Online for Professionals available to anyone who visits our library. Give us a call to see how we can help you search for grants.Read More »Grant-Writing Resources at the PML Library
All genres have classics! Just as Hamlet, Moby Dick, and The Great Gatsby are considered influential, so too are Maus, Fun Home, Persepolis, and more.
No matter your preferences, librarians can help you find graphic titles to try – here are 14 classic non-fiction graphic novels, with some bonus titles by important authors!
Now on view at the Patchogue-Medford Library is the solo exhibit Drawings by Jeanette Martone. The series of graphic work was inspired by Martone’s humanitarian efforts in the developing world. Each drawing captures a moment in time, in which the artist reveals the inner grace and beauty of her subjects that are found in the minute details of their environment. The images brings awareness to the common linkage of our humanity and the fragility of culture.Read More »Realistic Pen & Ink Drawings On View in Claire Davidson Siegel Gallery
The Library is proud to present Landscapes & Still Lifes, a group exhibit featuring the artwork of select members of the Long Island Watercolorists. The Long Island Watercolorists are a group of of local artists that participate in weekly watercolor classes taught by Paul Padovano. The pastoral images of barns, seascapes, and flowers remind us to appreciate the simple things in life as they often bring us the most joy.Read More »Long Island Watercolorists Show Off Their Work in New Group Exhibition
What’s your favorite genre? Biography? Self-Help? Humor? There are hundreds of graphic novels in these genres and others! No… Read More »Not Just Superheroes – 18 New Graphic Non-Fiction Books