This page lists local community resources for basic needs as well as online resources for at-home learning and entertainment. All resources listed here are free. Community Resources online: Food and basic needs: Many local food pantries are still operational with modified hours and offerings Childcare: Local resources for emergency childcare Housing: Contact information for the […]
Have a question? Find answers with our new chat service! Help is just a click away with our new system-wide chat service! Visit http://cclsny.org/ and click on the green icon in the lower left corner to chat. This service is staffed from 9am – 12pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and from 1pm – 4pm on Tuesdays […]
PDF format available HERE. 2019 Summer Reading Recap The library is here for everyone – as is the library’s annual Summer Reading Program. Many children in our community may not get the opportunity to come into the library, so each year the library takes the Summer Reading program out into the community. This year we […]
The Literacy Volunteers of Chautauqua County are recruiting both tutors and students! The library welcomes literacy volunteers and their students to use our space for tutoring. Volunteers receive free training and can help students with reading, writing, and speaking English. Students of all skill levels are welcome. Learning English as a second language? The literacy […]
The library wants your opinion! This brief survey is designed to gather some facts about you and to identify what library services you want to see offered at the Prendergast Library. This survey will assist us in our strategic planning process to ensure we are providing the services our community wants and needs. Please click […]
The library is excited to be working with 5&2 Ministry, a non-profit organization dedicated to combating childhood hunger in Chautauqua County. 5&2 Ministry will be providing free, nutritious food items for the library to distribute to children and teens after school and on Saturdays. To learn more about this organization, visit their website. […]
Thanks to a grant from the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System, the library now has a mobile makerspace! Library staff visit local schools, day camps, and community organizations with the mobile makerspace, which features fun, educational activities.