Friday, April 30, 2010

Hidden Gems: Icky, Yet Intriguing

Academic libraries contain information about a variety of topics, many of which are familiar: history, political science, art, literature, biology, technology -- the list goes on. There are books that stir up arguments, provoke thought, change opinions, enlighten, inspire and inform. But, did you know that -- lurking among these typical titles, waiting to surprise the unsuspecting reader -- there are a few titles that are truly disgusting?

Here, to satisfy your morbid curiosity, are just a few books you might find icky -- yet intriguing. You may want to read them with one eye closed!

The Big Necessity: The Unmentionable World of Human Waste and Why It Matters
by Rose George
RA 567 .G46 2008 Stacks, Main and Monroe

We first wonder, as potty-training toddlers, where the...(ahem)... "stuff" goes when we flush the toilet. But if we're serious about protecting the environment, we also need to think about it as adults. The Big Necessity discusses this very sensitive issue, including the public health threat of untreated sewage in developing nations, and what we can do about it.

The Corpse: A History
by Christine Quigley
GT 3150 .Q55 2005 Stacks, Main

Philosophers since the beginning of time have pondered what happens to our souls after we die. But what about our bodies? Have you considered donating your organs, or being cryogenically frozen? How have other societies handled the disposal of deceased loved ones? The Corpse: A History tells more than you ever wanted to know about what happens to us on the "other side."

Zombie Movies: The Ultimate Guide
by Glenn Kay
PN 1995.9 .Z63 K39 2008 New Books section, Main

Vampires have been wildly popular in books, television and movies for years, but lately, zombies have been coming back to life. The characters in Interview With a Vampire, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Twilight saga may be romantic and exotic, but deep down inside, they're just bloodsuckers staring at your neck all through a date. Zombies are casual dressers, goal-oriented, persistent -- and at least you can be sure that they appreciate your brain. Zombies in film run the gamut from radioactive monsters in the 1950s to stars of blaxploitation flicks in the 1970s, and they always out-gross the competition (even if they don't make any money at the box office). Zombie Movies: The Ultimate Guide includes reviews, filmmaker interviews, and trivia on this gory (yet often funny) sub-genre of horror films.

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

This Day In History: Mary Wollstonecraft

Many of you may already be familiar with the author Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, the author of Frankenstein. But what do you know about her mother, Mary Wollstonecraft?

Yesterday marked the birth anniversary (April 27, 1759) of this British author, who was also a pioneer of women's rights. During a time when women were not allowed any legal rights or privileges, Wollstonecraft advocated for women to have the same education as men. She wrote about this subject in her famous book,
A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. Tragically, she passed away just 11 days after the birth of her now-famous novelist daughter.

For more information about this early feminist, take a look at some NCC Library materials covering Wollstonecraft's life and works.

The Essential Feminist Reader

by Estelle B. Freedman
HQ 1154 .E77 2007 Stacks

Feminism in Literature: A Gale Critical Companion

by Jessica Bomarito
PN 471 .F43 2005 Reference (6 volumes)

Encyclopedia of Feminist Literature

by Kathy J. Whitson
PN 471 .W455 2004 Reference

Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary Shelley: Writing Lives

by Helen M. Buss
E-BOOK (Online)

Mary Wollstonecraft

by Moira Ferguson
PR 5841 .W8 Z67 1984 Stacks

The Life and Death of Mary Wollstonecraft

by Claire Tomalin
PR 5841 .W8 Z84 Stacks

Mary Wollstonecraft: A Biography

by Eleanor Flexner
HQ 1595 .W64 F5 1972B Stacks

Image courtesy of:
“Vindication of the Rights of Woman, A”. Photograph. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. Web. 24 Mar. 2010. < >.

Monday, April 26, 2010

Reminder: Book Discussion Group Tomorrow

Just a friendly reminder that the Library Book Discussion Group will meet tomorrow, Tuesday, April 27, 2010, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Library Conference Room (CC-440). Tomorrow's book selection is American Chica: Two Worlds, One Childhood by Marie Arana. Bring your lunch, bring a friend, and enjoy this lively discussion about an interesting book!

The next Book Discussion Group meeting will take place on Tuesday, May 25, 2010. The book selection is Inherent Vice, by Thomas Pynchon. Hope to see you there!

Friday, April 23, 2010

This Day In History: William Shakespeare

Today we commemorate both the birth and death dates of William Shakespeare (b. 1564; d. 1616). Shakespeare is one of the world's most famous dramatists and poets, although few details of his personal life are known. His plays -- probably the most widely read and translated literary works in history besides the Bible -- have been produced on the stage for centuries, and turned into feature films. Generations of authors writing long after Shakespeare's death have alluded to his ideas, characters and familiar phrases.

The NCC Libraries are full of resources on this amazing and enigmatic author, including materials to help the novice Shakespeare reader understand his stories. Stop by and find out what we have in our collection!

Works by William Shakespeare:

The Complete Works
PR 2755 .W45 2005 Monroe

Complete Pelican Shakespeare
PR 2754 .O73 2002 Stacks, Main and Monroe

Shakespeare's Sonnets
PR 2848 .A2 B6 2000 Stacks

The Globe Illustrated Shakespeare: The Complete Works Annotated
PR 2753 .S8 1993 Stacks

The Folger Book of Shakespeare Quotations
PR 2892 .S63 1979 Reference

Critical analysis of his works:

Shakespeare, Love and Service
by David Schalkwyk
PR 3069 .L6 S36 2008 Stacks

He Says/She Says Shakespeare
by Francesco Aristide Ancona
PR 2976 .A65 2008 Stacks

Macbeth: New Critical Essays
by Nicholas Rand Moschovakis
PR 2823 .M235 2008 Stacks

Shakespeare's Philosophy: Discovering the Meaning Behind the Plays
by Colin McGinn
PR 3001 .M38 2007 Stacks, Main and Monroe

Shakespeare for Students: Critical Interpretations of Shakespeare's Plays and Poetry
by Anne Marie Hacht
PR 2987 .S474 2007 Reference, Main and Monroe (3 volumes)

Film adaptations:

Hamlet [DVD]
starring Kenneth Branagh
Media Tower, fiction section

Titus [DVD]
starring Anthony Hopkins
Media Tower, fiction section

Romeo and Juliet [DVD]
directed by Franco Zeffirelli
Media Tower and Monroe, fiction section

Othello [DVD]
starring Laurence Fishburne
Media Tower and Monroe, fiction section

Image courtesy of:
Shakespeare, William. Photograph of an oil painting. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. Web. 4 Mar. 2010. <>.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

This Day In History: Charlotte Brontë

Today is the anniversary of the birth of famous Victorian-era writer Charlotte Brontë, who is best remembered for her novel Jane Eyre. (You may also recognize her sister, Emily, as the author of Wuthering Heights.) Charlotte Brontë lived a short life and only published a handful of novels, yet her legacy of creating vibrant, realistic female characters lives on.

Stop by the NCC Libraries to find information on Charlotte Brontë and her works. Here's a selection:

Jane Eyre
Film adaptation starring Ruth Wilson and Toby Stephens, presented as part of the "Masterpiece Theatre" series.
PR 4167 .J363 2007

Media Tower, fiction DVD section

Feminism in Literature: A Gale Critical Companion

by Jessica Bomarito
PN 471 .F43 2005 Reference (6 volumes)

Jane Eyre

by Charlotte Brontë
PR 4167 .J36 2005 Stacks

Understanding Jane Eyre: A Student Casebook to Issues, Sources, and Historical Documents

by Debra Teachman
PR 4167 .J3 T43 2001 Stacks, Main and Monroe

(Also available online as an e-book.)

The Brontës
(from the Bloom's Major Novelists series)
by Harold Bloom
PR 4168 .B757 2000 Stacks

Readings on Jane Eyre

by Jill Karson
PR 4167 .J5 K377 2000 Stacks, Main and Monroe

by Charlotte Brontë
PR 4167 .V5 1998 Stacks

Jane Eyre: Complete, Authoritative Text With Biographical and Historical Contexts, Critical History, and Essays From Five Contemporary Critical Perspectives

by Charlotte Brontë
PR 4167 .J3 1996 Stacks

Critics on Charlotte and Emily Brontë

by Judith O'Neill
PR 4169 .O5 1968 Stacks

Charlotte Brontë: The Evolution of Genius

by Winifred Gérin
PR 4168 .G4 Stacks

Image courtesy of:

"Brontë, Charlotte." Photograph of a chalk drawing. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. Web. 23 Mar. 2010. < >.

Monday, April 19, 2010

It's Almost Time to Register for Online Learning Final Exams!

ALL Online Learning exams, both paper and computer-based, MUST be scheduled in advance at the Mack Library Testing Center.

Students must call to schedule an appointment starting April 26, 2010 through May 10, 2010.

To schedule your appointment at the Main Campus Library, call: 610-861-5360 or 610-861-5329.

To schedule your appointment at the Monroe Campus Library, call: 570-620-9221 ext. 229.

Instructions for students:
1. Space is at a premium, so students who do not make a reservation will be asked to contact their professor to make alternate arrangements.

2. Students must arrive 15 minutes prior to their scheduled appointment. Students who are late will lose that time on their exam. If a student is more than a half hour late, the time slot will be relinquished to another student.

3. Students need to bring a photo I.D. No tests will be administered without a photo I.D.

4. Students requiring an extension due to personal reasons, or campus closings due to inclement weather, must get permission from the instructor.

5. Students must know the name of their instructor and the course number.

6. No children will be allowed in the testing booth. Children under 12 may not be left in the Library unattended.

If you are taking courses on the Main Campus, click this link to look at the Spring 2010 Final Exam schedule. This link will take you to the Monroe Campus Final Exam schedule. Be sure to note the date, time and room location for each exam -- they may not match the time and location of your class during the semester.

Upcoming MAIN CAMPUS Library Hours for Spring '10 Final Exam Week:
Tuesday through Thursday, May 11-May 13: 8:00 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Friday, May 14: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, May 15: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 16: 1:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Monday, May 17: 8:00 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Upcoming MONROE CAMPUS Library Hours for Spring '10 Final Exam Week:
Monday through Thursday, May 11-May 13: 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Friday, May 14: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, May 15: 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Smart Shoppers Love Consumer Awareness Week

Are you prepared for Consumer Awareness Week? During this uncertain economy, it's more important than ever to choose wisely when making purchases. Visit a past SpartaBlog! post, "Why Did I Buy That?", for a peek at what goes through the minds of consumers. Also visit the web sites listed below for coupons, industry information, money-saving shopping tips, and advice to help you avoid being ripped off.

Consumer Behavior News
(ScienceDaily) -- Ever wonder how -- or why -- advertising works? Do you know how much influence children have on their parents' buying decisions? Why do you feel less of an urge to buy something if you keep your hands off the merchandise? These questions and more are answered by this column on the Science Daily web site. -- This web site compiles safety, health and consumer protection information from a variety of government agencies, including the Consumer Product Safety Commission, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Department of Agriculture, Environmental Protection Agency and many others. Don't miss the Scam Alert! feature, which provides warnings about online fraud, identity theft and other crimes that target consumers.

ConsumerWorld -- If you want to compare prices before you buy, look for discounts, research brands and find amazing new ways to save money, you've come to the right place!

The Consumerist Blog -- A forum for wary shoppers (some of them a wee bit angry!) to share information about how they've been fleeced -- so you don't have to fall into the same trap. No wonder they call it the web site where "Shoppers Bite Back"!

Consumer Behavior: The Psychology of Marketing. Lars Perner, Ph.D., University of Southern California -- For some scholarly research on why consumers buy what they do (even if they shouldn't), visit this web site. The author is the Assistant Professor of Clinical Marketing at the Marshall School of Business, U.S.C. -- The name of this web site says it all. Print your own coupons to save money on your favorite brand-name products.

MyCoupons -- This coupon site can be searched by the type of product you're buying, or by the name of the store. Includes national chains like WalMart, Staples, Best Buy, Toys"R"Us and more.

Coupon Cabin -- Before you order anything online, visit this web site first! Click the web coupons to save money on your entire order. Includes stores like Target, Home Depot and K-Mart, as well as services like flower delivery, tax preparation and Weight Watchers.

Photo credit:
"2009 Lincoln Cents." The U.S. Mint. 7 April 2009.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Relax! It's National Stress Awareness Day

With the end of the semester quickly approaching, many students are understandably stressed about papers, presentations and final exams! Today is National Stress Awareness Day, which gives us an opportunity to recognize the things that are stressing us out, take a deep breath, and figure out ways to decrease the stress we're feeling. Experiencing too much stress can have a negative effect on health, personal relationships, and mental functioning.

Stop by the NCC Libraries and we'll help you find information on the causes of stress -- and what you can do to eliminate it!

Stress-Related Disorders Sourcebook
by Amy L. Sutton
RA 785 .S78 2007 Stacks

Encyclopedia of Stress
by George Fink
QP 82.2 .S8 E53 2007 Reference (4 volumes)

Under Pressure and Overwhelmed: Coping With Anxiety in College
by Christopher Vye
LA 229 .V94 2007 Stacks

Stress: A Brief History
by Cary L. Cooper
BF 575 .S75 C646 2004 Stacks

Emotions, Stress and Health
by Alex Zautra
R 726.7 .Z38 2003 Stacks (also available online as an e-book)

Sources of Stress and Relief for African American Women
by Catherine Fisher Collins
BF 575 .S75 C57 2003 Stacks, Main and Monroe

If you're doing research on stress, don't forget to check out our ProQuest and EBSCOhost databases for articles. Visit or e-mail a librarian if you need help!

Illustration credit:
"Scream, The." Photograph of a painting by Edvard Munch. Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Web. 15 Apr. 2010.<>.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Celebrate National Poetry Month @ NCC!

April is National Poetry Month, an event that we look forward to every year at Northampton Community College. Join in the festivities tomorrow (April 15) -- Len Roberts Poetry Day -- when we honor the memory of former NCC English professor and poet Len Roberts. You may recognize Professor Roberts from the sculpture located in the main campus Library (near the New Books section), which was installed in 2008.

This year, Len Roberts Poetry Day will feature a visit by the internationally recognized poet and novelist Marge Piercy, who will read from her work. If you're interested in familiarizing yourself with Piercy's writing, be sure to check out some of her books from the NCC Libraries. The following titles will be featured in the National Poetry Month book display at the main campus Library.

Sex Wars
PS 3566 .I4 S49 2006
Also available in New Books section at Monroe

Going Down Fast
PS 3566 .I4 G6 1984

Braided Lives: A Novel
PS 3566 .I4 B68 1982

Dance the Eagle to Sleep
PS 3566 .I4 D3 1982

Breaking Camp: Poems
PS 3566 .I4 B7

Gone to Soldiers: A Novel
PS 3566 .I4 G66 1988

The Crooked Inheritance: Poems
PS 3566 .I4 C76 2009
Also available in New Books section at Monroe

Don't forget to sample our literature databases, which include author information, summaries of stories and poems, and literary criticism.
Literature Criticism Online
Literature Resource Center

Photo credit:
"Marge Piercy." Online photograph. Literature Resource Center. Web. 7 Apr. 2009.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Celebrate National Library Week!

Happy National Library Week! The American Library Association's annual celebration honors the nation's libraries and librarians. This year's theme is: Communities Thrive @ Your Library. Public and academic libraries are both built on the premise that when people come in to use them, libraries foster the spirit of community. Show your support for your community and library by visiting the NCC Libraries to use the computers, relax with the newest issue of a magazine, or pick up a book to read. Some facts about libraries and books:

  • There are more than 120,000 libraries in the United States. This figure includes public libraries, school (grades K-12) libraries and academic (college/university) libraries. Did you know that there are also many special libraries? Medical libraries, law libraries and corporate libraries are just a few examples. Librarians also work in archives, museums and historical societies, and help with genealogical research.

  • There are more than 148,000 professional librarians in America, who hold a master's degree in library and information science. There are also close to 200,000 paraprofessional library workers across the country, who may have undergraduate degrees in a variety of disciplines or other job training. Northampton Community College offers a specialized diploma program, available via online learning, for students who would like to work as Library Technical Assistants. Tuesday, April 13 is National Library Worker's Day, so be sure to tell your favorite NCC Library staff members how much you appreciate what they do!

  • Looking for some classic books to read? Check out Time magazine's choices for the Top 100 Novels of All Time.
Want to read some interesting books about librarians and the library profession? The NCC Libraries have some titles for you!

Quiet, Please: Dispatches From a Public Librarian

by Scott Douglas

Z 720 .D68 A3 2008 Stacks

The Library at Night

by Alberto Manguel

Z 721 .M25 2008 Stacks

Dewey: A Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World (Soon to be a major motion picture starring Meryl Streep!)
by Vicki Myron
SF 445.5 .M97 2008 Stacks

Library facts courtesy of
American Library Association.
Number of Libraries in the United States. Fact Sheet 1. Jan. 2009. 16 Dec. 2009.

American Library Association. Number Employed in Libraries. Fact Sheet 2. Jan 2009. 16 December 2009.

Illustration credit:

Friday, April 9, 2010

This Day In History: Civil War Ends

On this day in 1865, General Robert E. Lee of the Confederate (Southern) Army, surrendered to the Union (Northern) Army at Appomattox Court House in Virginia. This signified the end of the American Civil War, a conflict that had begun four years earlier, which ultimately contributed to the end of slavery, and shaped modern warfare through advances in weapons and medical technology. The NCC Libraries have many resources on the battles, people and events of the Civil War, including the devastating bloodshed that occurred at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania in 1863.

Our Lincoln: New Perspectives on Lincoln and His World
by Eric Foner
E 457 .O97 2008 Stacks

Bitterly Divided: The South's Inner Civil War
by David Williams
F 214 .W564 2008 Stacks, Main and Monroe

The Slaves' War: The Civil War in the Words of Former Slaves
by Andrew Ward
E 464 .W29 2008 Stacks

What This Cruel War Was Over: Soldiers, Slavery, and the Civil War
by Chandra Manning
E 607 .M32 2007 Stacks, Main and Monroe

This Mighty Scourge: Perspectives on the Civil War
by James M. McPherson
E 468 .M24 2007 Stacks

Dixie Betrayed: How the South Really Lost the Civil War
by David J. Eicher
E 487 .E38 2006 Stacks

The Civil War 100: The Stories Behind the Most Influential Battles, People and Events in the War Between the States
by Michael Lee Lanning
E 655 .L36 2006 Stacks

A Nation Transformed by Civil War [map]
National Geographic Society
MAP-CIVIL WAR Atlas Stand, Main and Monroe

The Civil War [DVD]
by Ken Burns
E 468 .C58 1990 (5 vols.) Circulation Desk, Main; Media Tower, Main; Monroe
Also available in streaming video from the American History in Video database.

Take a look at these databases for more information:

  • African American Experience: Search this database for research on slavery, the Civil War and "Jim Crow" discrimination that occurred during the Reconstruction era and beyond.
  • American History in Video: Search for "Civil War" and find more than 50 different streaming videos on this topic. These videos are taken from shows that have aired on the History Channel, A&E, PBS and other networks.
  • History Resource Center, U.S.: This database contains biographies of historically significant people, narratives of battles and events, primary sources, maps and multimedia.
Works Consulted:
"American Civil War." Encyclopædia Britannica Online.
Web. 16 Dec. 2009 < >.

"American Civil War: Lee's Surrender to Grant." Photograph of wood engraving. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. Web. 16 Dec. 2009 < >.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

World Health Day

Today we observe World Health Day, an initiative of the World Health Organization, a group that advocates for better access to health care throughout the world. This year's theme is "urbanization and health," which looks at how the growth of cities affects the health of both individuals and society. Read about this event and what you can do to help by going to the previous links.

These NCC Library resources will help you understand how diseases spread around the world, and what health professionals are doing to prevent them.

Nursing in Today's World: Trends, Issues and Management

by Janice Rider Ellis

RT 82 .E45 2008 Stacks

Sick Planet: Corporate Food and Medicine

by Stan Cox

TD 195 .F57 C69 2008 Stacks

Pandemics and Global Health
by Barry Youngerman

RA 649 .Y65 2008 Stacks

Public Health Nursing: Leadership, Policy & Practice
by Louise L. Ivanov

RT 97 .P833 2008 Stacks, Main and Monroe

Encyclopedia of Global Health

by Yawei Zhang

RA 441 .E53 2008 Reference
(4 vols.)

Global Epidemics

by Christopher Mari

RA 649 .G56 2007 Stacks

Disease Prevention as Social Change: The State, Society, and Public Health in the United States, France, Great Britain and Canada

by Constance A. Nathanson

RA 427.8 .N37 2007 Stacks

Be sure to visit the CINAHL database and the ProQuest database to find more information about current health issues. Both databases include scholarly journal articles.

Image courtesy of:

Nurse. Art. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. Web. 16 Dec. 2009. < >.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Explore Career Options @ NCC Libraries!

Today kicks off Explore Your Career Options Week! If you're an NCC student, chances are you've decided on the kind of job you're looking for and are getting some excellent training for your future. Or perhaps you fall into another category -- you're still trying to figure out what you want to do "when you grow up," so you're attending NCC to explore the options. Either way, it's important to examine your skills and interests -- as well as your likes and dislikes -- while researching the career fields that you interest you.

The NCC Libraries have some great resources to help you explore careers, but you'll also want to visit the Career Services office for help with writing resumés, employment listings and career aptitude tests!

The Libraries subscribe to three databases related to careers:
  • Career Insider: Contains information on careers, industries, resumes, interviews and much more. An account must be created to use all the features of this resource.

  • Chronicle Career Library of Occupational Briefs (To use this database, please contact a reference librarian): Presents information on more than 2,000 occupational titles, including 650 comprehensive occupational descriptions, ranging from those that require a high school diploma (or less) through professional careers.

  • Vocational Biographies: (To use this database, please contact a reference librarian): Features more than 1,000 profiles of careers. Similar to Chronicle Career Library, it provides information on education, recommended courses, training, job benefits, job challenges, working conditions, salaries and descriptions of a typical "day on the job."
Here is a sample of the wide array of career books available at the NCC Libraries:

The Top 100: The Fastest-Growing Careers for the 21st Century
by Ferguson Publishing

HF 5382 .T59 2009 Stacks, Main and Monroe

College Majors & Careers: A Resource Guide for Effective Life Planning
by Paul Phifer

HF 5382.5 .U5 P445 2009 Stacks, Main

Top 100 Careers Without a Four-Year Degree: Your Complete Guidebook to Major Jobs in Many Fields
by Michael J. Farr

HD 5724 .F27 2009 Stacks, Main and Monroe

Careers and Occupations: Looking to the Future
by Melissa J. Doak
HF 5382.5 .U5 C373 2008 Stacks, Main and Monroe

The Career Chronicles: An Insider's Guide to What Jobs Are Really Like -- The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly From Over 750 Professionals
by Michael Gregory
HF 5382 .G733 2008 Stacks, Main

Careers in International Affairs
by Maria Pinto Carland
JZ 1238 .U6 C37 2008 Stacks, Main and Monroe

Résumés for Scientific and Technical Careers
by McGraw-Hill Companies
Q 147 .R47 2008 Stacks, Main and Monroe

Top Careers in Two Years: Hospitality, Human Services, and Tourism
by Rowan Riley
TX 911.3 .V62 R55 2008 Stacks, Main and Monroe

Top Careers in Two Years: Public Safety, Law, and Security
by Lisa Cornelio
HV 9950 .C67 2008 Stacks, Main and Monroe

Occupational Outlook Handbook
by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
HF 5382 .U53 2008-2009 Reference, Main and Monroe (also available online)

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Library Hours for the Easter Holiday

Please note that the NCC Mack Library has a change of schedule for the Easter holiday weekend:

April 2 (Good Friday): Open regular hours,
7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

April 3 (Saturday): Open regular hours,
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

April 4 (Easter Sunday): Library CLOSED

Best wishes for a happy holiday!

Photo credit:
"Pysanky: Easter Eggs." The Ukrainian Museum, New York. 6 April 2009.