Springs Library/Springs Historical Society

Springs Library/Springs Historical Society The Library was created in 1980 in the Parsons-Anderson house. It is run by the Springs Historical Society. The membership for the Library and the Historical Society is $25 per year each.
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Operating as usual

12/19/2020

Wishing all a Happy Holiday and a healthy 2021!!!
We have some new books for you . They are:
Suspense
A Small Town by Thomas Perry
A Time for Mercy by John Grisham
Mystery
Hot to Trot by M. C. Beaton
NYPD Red 6 by James Patterson
An Unholy Alliance
Conspiracy of Violence
Blood on the Strand
and A Plague on Both Your Houses all by Susanna Gregory
Fiction
The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett
Historical Fiction
Dark Tides by Philippa Gregory
Sold on a Monday by Christina McMorris
Non Fiction
No Time like the Future by Michael J Fox
Junior
Diary of a Wimpy Kid - The Deep End by Jeff Kinney
DVDs
The Crown Season 3
Close my Eyes
Dead Still
London River and
The Irishman
Please stop by the library for a book of DVD ------We'd love to see you!
Linda

12/07/2020

The Gift that Keeps on Giving
45 years ago Elizabeth Parker Anderson gave her house to the Town of East Hampton to be used as a library for the people of Springs. The Town asked the Springs Historical Society to be responsible for the library. Books were donated, people volunteered and the library was born. 45 years later, volunteers continue to work at the library to keep it open. New books are bought regularly and people continue to donate books which are either added to the collection or sold in our ongoing book sale. The Springs Community Library is a non profit organization under the Springs Historical Society charter and exists solely on monies from memberships and donations + our book sales.
Come in and visit the library and our bright cheery reading room. We have a collection of children's , fiction and non fiction books. We also have a selection of local authors and books about Springs and the East End. We have a hanging display of some of our archived posters and while here, view the handcrafted Bonac bird collection of William King. Our volunteers would be happy to assist you and just visit with you. Volunteers are people who are gifts that keep on giving.
There is no better way to spend a cold winter's day than to sit in your favorite chair with a warm beverage and a good book. You will be transported to a far away place, into a mystery, or into local history. How about lifting up your child or grandchild to read them a story? Give them the gift of reading......
Are you wondering what to give that person who has everything on your list? How about a membership to the Springs Historical Society and Community Library? Or make a donation in their name? We will be happy to acknowledge your gift. It would be a gift of knowledge, entertainment, romance or history..... a gift that keeps on giving. Annual membership dues is $25. At this time of year, we ask for your financial support to keep this precious gift, the Springs Community Library alive and well. Our mailing address is PO Box 1860, East Hampton, NY 11937. Please make checks payable to the Springs Historical Society. Your donation would be a gift the keeps on giving to the community of Springs. Thanks so much.

11/29/2020

Hope that everyone had a great day on Thanksgiving! I can't believe that November is just about over!! We've got some new and some donated books that have been added to the collection!
Suspense
The Andromeda Evolution by Michael Crichton
Feared by Lisa Scottoline
You Can Run by Steve Mosby
Daylight by David Baldacci
The Sentinel by Lee Child
Mystery
Twenty-One Days by Anne Perry
Three Women Disappear by James Patterson and Shan Serafin
The Kingdom by Jo Nesbo
Moonflower Murders and Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz
The Law of Innocence by Michael Connelly
Fiction
American Pastoral by Philip Roth
A Woman in Jerusalem by A. B. Yehoshua
The English Patient by Michael Ondaatje
Roadwalkers by Shirley Ann Grau
The Discomfit of Evening by Marieke Rijneveld
Perfect Tunes by Emily Gould
Before We Sleep by Jeffrey Lent
All that Glitters by Danielle Steel
The Cartographer of No Man's Land by P.S. Duffy
Non Fiction
Leadership in Turbulent Times by Doris Kearns Goodwin
Riding the Iron Rooster by Paul Theroux
Give me a Fast Ship by Tim McGrath
Without compromise by Wayne Barrett
The Best of Me by David Sedaris
The Promised Land by Barack Obama
Caste by Isabel Wilkerson
and Last but not least a Junior Book
Refugee by Alan Gratz
See you Soon!!!!
Linda



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11/07/2020

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Non Fiction
The Craft by John Dickie
His Very Best by Jonathan Alter
The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson
Fly Girls by Keith O'Brien
The Many Lives of Michael Bloomberg
Pride of the Sea by Tom Waldron
Junior and Young Adult
The Summer We Found the Baby by AMy Hest
Chance by Uri Shulevitz
Diary of a Wimpy Kid The Getaway by Jeff Kinney
And Last But Not Least
New DVDs
The Way Back
Little Senegal
Resistance
Dead Still and London River

Stop in to say Hello and get your next read or DVD!!!!
Linda

11/07/2020

Is it spring or fall??? I'm confused! This 60 degree weather is unexpected but is lovely!!!
We've got more new books:
Mystery
Fortune and Glory by Janet Evanovich
Suspense
A Time for Mercy by John Grisham
Devoted by Dean Koontz
The Last Widow by Karin Slaughter
The Coast to Coast Murders by James Patterson
Execution by S. J. Parris
Shakeup by Stuart Woods
Fiction
Anxious People by Fredrik Backman
The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
The Dearly Beloved by Cara Wall
The Book of Lost Names by Kristin Harmel
The Invisible Life of Addie Larue by V. E. Schwab
Historical Fiction
The Lions of Fifth Avenue by Fiona Davis

10/27/2020

Just a reminder that the library has reopened!!! We are there on Monday 10:00 - 12:00 and 6:00 - 8:00 Tuesday 10:00 - 12:00 Wednesday 10:00 - 12:00 and 2:00 - 4:00 Thursdays we are closed Friday 1:00 - 3:00 and Saturday from 10:00 - 3:00 We are closed on Sundays!
Hope to see you soon... and by the way, the tent sale is now inside in the Children's Room. We still have Hardcovers and Paperbacks, DVDs and Music for sale. Matter of fact, I have a large assortment of coffee table books in the office also. Please come support your Springs library!!!!

10/17/2020

Well, it's really beginning to feel like fall in the air.
We've gotten some new books for you to check out..... and I do mean that.....
Suspense
Rain Will Come by Thomas Holgate
Deception by Owen Laukkanen
Heresy/Prophecy/Conspiracy by S. J. Parris
The Chestnut Man by Soren Sviestrup
Call of the Raven by Wilbur Smith
Good Girl, Bad Girl by Michael Robotham
The Searcher by Tana French
Mysteries
The Body outside the Kremlin by James May
Accidental Corpse by Helen Harrison
Th Word is Murder by Anthony Horowitz
The Safety Net by Andrea Camilleri
Snow by John Banville
One Fatal Flaw by Anne Perry
The Red Horse by James Benn
Fiction
Rodham by Curtis Sittenfeld
The Garden of Small Beginnings by Abbi Waxman
The Tunnel by A. B. Yehoshua
Trouble in Paradise by Elin Hilderbrand
The Return by Nicholas Sparks
Non Fiction
Washington's End by Jonathan Horn
Father of Lions by Louise Callaghan
When Heaven Calls by Matt Fraser
See you soon!!!
Linda

10/10/2020

Next Wednesday the 14th, the book sale tent will be taken down for the season. Thank you to all who donated to a worthy cause and had a great read also! We would like all to know that the book sale will continue inside when the library is open. The sale will be on the main floor in the children's room. Our hours of operation are: Monday 10:00 - 12:00 and 6:00 - 8:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 12:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 12:00 and 2:00 - 4:00
Thursday we're closed
Friday 1:00 - 3:00 and
Saturday 10:00 - 3:00 Sunday's we're closed!
Please stop in to buy a book or, if a member, take a book out!!!
See you soon!
Linda
Springs Community Library

10/03/2020

Hope that you're enjoying this beautiful weather!!!!
We've got some new books and they are:
Suspense
When she was good by Michael Robotham
One by One by Ruth Ware
Choppy Water by Stuart Woods
Thick as Thieves by Sandra Brownn
The Silent Wife by Karin Slaughter
Mystery
Squeeze Me by Carl Hiaasen
Troubled Water by Robert Galbraith
The Darkest Evening by Ann Cleaves
Fiction
The Lying Life of Adults by Elena Ferrante
Royal by Danielle Steel
The Book of Two Ways by Jodi Picoult
Historical Fiction
The Exiles by Christina Baker Kline
The Evenig and the Morning by Ken Follett
Non Fiction
A Speck in the Sea by John Aldridge and Anthony Sosinski
and Agent Sonya by Ben Macintyre
Please stop by and see us soon.
Linda Child
Springs Community Library

09/21/2020

I'd also like to let you know that we've decided to revive our Science Fiction collection!
We've gotten:
The Wesleyan Anthology of Science Fiction
The Big Book of Science Fiction by Vandermeer
The Lathe of Heaven by Ursala LeGuin
Stranger in a Starange Land by Robert Heinlein
The Philip Dick Reader and
Fall by Neal Stephenson
Linda

09/21/2020

Hi all!!!! The breeze is a bit cooler and autumn is in the air! By now you've seen that the library is, in fact, open again!!!
We've gotten new books and they are:
Fiction
The Nesting Dolls by Alina Adams
The Mountains Sing y Nguyen Phan Que Mai
The Vanishing Sky by Annette Binder
The Pull of the Stars by Emily Donoghue
28 Summers by Elin Hildebrand
Sacrilege by S J Parris
The Order by Daniel Silva
The Golden Cage by Camilla Lackberg
The Girls at 17 Swann Street by Yara zgheib
Deep State by Chris Hauty
The Eighth Sister by Robert Dugoni
Mysteries
Cajun Justice by Patterson and Axum
The River Murders by Patterson and Born
The Midwife Murders by Patterson and DiLallo
Credible Threat by J.A. Jance
Dead Land by Sara Paretsky
The Lantern Men by Elly Griffiths
The Last Mrs. Summers by Rhys Bowen
Solemn Graves by James Benn
A Private Cathedral by James Burke
A Lettle Yellow Dog by Walter Mosley
1st Case -by Patterson and Tebbetts
Shadows in Death by J.D. Robb ad
All the Devils are Here by Louise Penny
Non Fiction
The Answer is by Alex Trebek
Tooo Much is Never Enough by Mary Trump
Coutdown 1945 by Chris Wallace
The Divine Miss Marble by Robert Weintraub
His Truth is Marching on by Jon Meacham
Licoln's First Crisis by William Johnson
Children's
Grime and Punishment by McLaughlion
Walk on the Wild side and Up the creek by Oldland
We will rock our classmates by Higgins
Awesome Friendly Adventure by Jefferson

Please come in ....we'd love to see you!!!!
Linda

Thanks to the dedicated volunteers SPRINGS LIBRARY IS BACK with new added evening hours on Mondays!
09/20/2020

Thanks to the dedicated volunteers SPRINGS LIBRARY IS BACK with new added evening hours on Mondays!

08/29/2020

Hi, Everyone!!!! Hope that you're weekend is going great even with the rain which we really do need!!!
There are more new books that I'd like to tell about that we've acquired in June and July!! They are as follows:
Fiction
Shuggie Bain by Douglas Stuart
Night. Sleep. Death. the Stars by Joyce Carol Oates
The Voyage of the Morning Light by Marina Endicott
The Lehman Trilogy by Stefano Massini
Deacon King Kong by James McBride
28 Summers by Elin Hilderbrand
The Deserter by Nelson DeMille
The Rabbit Hunter byt Lars Kepler
The Lincoln's Sisters by Jennifer Chiaverini
The Book of Longings by Sue Monk Kidd
The Persuasion by iris Johansen
Bombshell by Stuart Woods
Firewatching by Russ Thomas

Mysteries
The Shooting at Chateau Rock by Martin Walker
A Silent Death by Peter May
The King's Beast by Eliot Pattison
Blue Madonna,When Hell Struck Twelve and Solemn Grave by James R Benn
Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned by Walter Mosley
The Summer House and Hush by James Patterson

Non Fiction
The Room where it Happened by John Bolton

Childrens
I survived the American Revolution and I survived D-Day
by Laure Tarshis

and DVD
Jumanji The Next Level

That brings us up to the end of July!!!!

Please come to the library! We'd love to see you!
Linda

PS Come see the huge hollow trunk before the Town grinds it down!!!

08/26/2020

Just a "heads up" that the big tree in front of the Children's room of the library is being taken down tomorrow. The Town of East Hampton decided that the tree is hollow and has so many huge holes in it, that it is ho longer safe! As a result the Tent will be closed tomorrow!
Linda

08/25/2020

Here are the rest of the new books and DVDs from March and April:
DVDs
JoJo Rabbit
Knives Out
Midway
Game of Thrones (Final Season)
1917
Little Women
Jumanji The Next Level
and Midsomer Murders # 21
Children's Books are:
The Pigeon Needs a Bath - Willem
Big Works of Little Geniuses - Patterson
Two Tarshis books:
I suvived the AMerican Revolution
I survived the Battle of D-Day and
We will Rock our Classmates - Higgins
Dont forget the we're open on Wednesdays from 10-12 and 2-4!! Stop by to see us and get a book!!!
Linda

08/22/2020

Well, here I am again! These are some of the other new books that we've acquired just in March and April.
Mysteries
Long Range by C.J. Box
Golden in Death by J,.D. Robb
Three hours in Paris by Cara Black
Above the Bay of Angels by Rhys Bowen
The Last Passenger by Charles Finch
Who Slays the Wicked and Who Speaks for the Damned
by C.S. Harris
Things in Jars by Jess Kidd
Grudge Match by Robert Parker
Revenge by James Patterson
20th Victim by James Patterson and Paetro
A Conspriacy of Bones by Katyhy Reichs
Macked Prey by John Sandford
Murder on Pleasant Avenue by Victoria Thompson
Suspense
Hit List by Stuart Woods
The Boy from the Woods by Harlan Coben
The Family Upstaris by Lisa Jewell
Walk the Wire by David Baldacci
The Goodbye Man by Jeffrey Deaver
Hideaway by Nora Roberts
Camino Winds by John Grisham
Fair Warning by Michael Connelly\
Non Fiction
The Impossible First by Colin O'Brady
Talking to Strangers by Malcolm Gladwell
Long Island and the Sea bty Bill Bleyer
Shoot Like a Girl by Mary Hegar
Unknown Valor by Martha MacCallum
Emperors of the Deep by Willa McKeever
and The Splendid and the Vile by Eric Larson

See you soon!!
Linda

08/22/2020

Hi Everyone!!! It's been pre-pandemic since I posted new books and DVDs at the Springs Community Library! I have been ordering since March but am only going to post those received in March and April. I am only posting the new fiction for that period as the list is very long.
They are as follows:
Fiction
The Red Lotus by Chris Bohjalian
The Mercies by Karn Millwood Hargrave
The Mirror and the Light by Hilary Mantel
Valentine by Elizabeth Wetmore
Actress by Anne Enright
Out of Darkness, Shining Light by Petina Gappah
The Book of Lost Friends by Lisa Wingate
Code Name Helene by Ariel Lawhon
Mum & Dad by Joanna Trollope
Red Head by the Side of the Road by Anne Taylor
The Water Keeper by Charles Martin
Disappearing Earth by Julia Phillips
The Wedding Dress and Daddy's Girl
And Moral Compass by Danielle Steel
When we were Vikings by Andrew MacDonald
To Wake the Giant by Jeff Shaara
On Ocean Bolevard by Mary Alice Monroe
The lies that Bind by Emily Giffen
Hideaway by Nora Roberts
Then the Yellow Bird Sings by Jennufer Rosner
Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano
The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich
The Animals at Lockwood Manor by Jane Healey
The Other Mrs. by Mary Kubica
Apeirogon by Colum McCann
American Dirt bty Jeanine Cummins
Dijinn Patrol on the Purple Line by Deepa Anappara
The Words I never wrote by Jane Thynne
Crooked River by Preston Child
One Minute Out by Mark Greaney
Heartbreaker by Julie Garwood
The Great Believers by Rebecca Makkai

Just reminding you that we are open on Wednesdays from 10:00 -12:00 and 2:00 -4:00! We will let you know when our hours will be increased!

We haven't disappeared and would love to see you soon!!!
Linda

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07/22/2020

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07/15/2020

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Every Wednesday!
07/06/2020

Every Wednesday!

06/30/2020
06/21/2020
The Book Sale is back and better than ever!  Look for the big green tent.
06/15/2020

The Book Sale is back and better than ever! Look for the big green tent.

04/23/2020
Books make great company!
04/19/2020

Books make great company!

04/18/2020
04/03/2020

The Springs Library is closed. Please stay safe and at home!!

stay home and read
03/23/2020

stay home and read

03/17/2020

The Springs Historica Society and Community Library will be closed until further notice due to the Corona Virus.

02/26/2020

Three new DVDs received: JoJo Rabbit, Knives Out and Midway! They're here waiting for you!!! See you at Springs Library!!!
Linda

02/25/2020
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I realize that I haven't posted new books in quite a while so here goes::: New Fiction: Lady in the Lake by Laura Lippman, Hindsight by Iris and Roy Johansen, Lady Clementine by Marie Benedict, A Long Petal of the Sea by Isabel Allende, Treason by Stuart Woods, The Night Tiger by Yangsze Choo, American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins, Djinn Patrol on the Purple Line by Deepa Anappara, Moral Compass by Danielle Steel, The Word I never wrote by Jane Thynne, Crooked River by Preston Child, Blindside by James Patterson and James Born, One Minute Out by Mark Greaney
Mysteries: Many Rivers to Cross by Peter Robinson, Lost by James Patterson, Trouble is what I do by Walter Mosley, A Divided Loyalty by Charles Todd and Trace Elements by Donna Leon. Non Fiction: The Impossible First by Colin O'Brady, All American Murder by James Patterson and Alex Abramovich and The Known Citizen by Sarah Igo. We've also gotten many new DVDs including, The Good Liar, Parasite, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Judy, Red Joan,The Bletchley Circle San Francisco, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Downton Abbey (the movie) , Vera #9, Joker, Motherless Brooklyn, and The Lighthouse. Please stop by! I'm sure that we have something that you'd love to read or watch!!!
Thanks
Linda

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1 Parsons Pl (Mail To PO Box 1860)
East Hampton, NY
11937

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Monday 10:00 - 12:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 12:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 00:00
Friday 13:00 - 15:00
Saturday 09:00 - 15:00

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My mother found this going thru her files. Would you all like to have?
Did you know there is a small graveyard in Springs with only one stone? The reason is an African American is buried there. Thomas J. Davis, 1828--1902. Blacks were not allowed to join the army at the start of the Civil War. But they were allowed to join the navy because of their long history in the whaling industry. He served on the Heliotrope. There is much more info on this that Hugh King dug up. I found this out when I was invited to someone's house and going up a very long drive I noticed the lone gravestone. No one seemed to know anything about it. Which I found sad that no one seemed to care enough to find out. Anyway. My hostess contacted Hugh and he found a lot of info on this native son. If the Society is interested, I will forward his findings.
I realize that I haven't posted new books in quite a while so here goes::: New Fiction: Lady in the Lake by Laura Lippman, Hindsight by Iris and Roy Johansen, Lady Clementine by Marie Benedict, A Long Petal of the Sea by Isabel Allende, Treason by Stuart Woods, The Night Tiger by Yangsze Choo, American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins, Djinn Patrol on the Purple Line by Deepa Anappara, Moral Compass by Danielle Steel, The Word I never wrote by Jane Thynne, Crooked River by Preston Child, Blindside by James Patterson and James Born, One Minute Out by Mark Greaney Mysteries: Many Rivers to Cross by Peter Robinson, Lost by James Patterson, Trouble is what I do by Walter Mosley, A Divided Loyalty by Charles Todd and Trace Elements by Donna Leon. Non Fiction: The Impossible First by Colin O'Brady, All American Murder by James Patterson and Alex Abramovich and The Known Citizen by Sarah Igo. We've also gotten many new DVDs including, The Good Liar, Parasite, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Judy, Red Joan,The Bletchley Circle San Francisco, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Downton Abbey (the movie) , Vera #9, Joker, Motherless Brooklyn, and The Lighthouse. Please stop by! I'm sure that we have something that you'd love to read or watch!!! Thanks Linda
Well, we've got new DVDs and books!!!! They are as follows: DVDs - Downton Abbey Movie, The Joker, Once upon a time in Hollywood, The Lighthouse, Judy, Motherless Brooklyn, Goldfinch and for the children, How to Train your Dragon Homecoming and The Hidden World. The books include: Spy by Danielle Steele, Mysteries: Criss Cross by James Patterson, Fall of Angels by Barbara Cleverly, Probably Claws and Whiskers in the Dark by Rita Mae Brown. Thriller: Someone Knows by Lisa Scottoline, Children's book: Dog Man Fetch 22 and Non Fiction Deep State by James Stewart! Please come by the library....we'd love to see you!!! Linda
Well, there's definitely a bit of a chill in the air! Welcome to Fall in East Hampton!!! We've gotten a few new books at the library. Please stop by and take one out!! They are as follows: Fiction A Single Thread by Jennifer Chiaverini Mistress at the Ritz by Melanie Benjamin The Welcoming by Nora Roberts What happens in Paradise by Elin Hilderbrand Tidelands by Phillipa Gregory The Dutch House by Ann Patchett Where the Light Enters by Sara Donati Thrillers Labyrinth by Catherine Coulter Quantum by Patricia Cornwell The Shape of Night by Tess Gerritsen Mysteries The Girl who lived Twice by David Lagercrantz Ghost Fire by Wilbur Smth Vendetta in Death by J.D. Robb and last but not least Bloody Genius by John Sandford See you at the library!!!!
What Libraries Mean To The American Dream Last year, an economics professor suggested killing off the public library and replacing it with Amazon. The backlash was swift – and it’s ongoing. Why? Libraries are free, providing a refuge for everyone, and helping those disenfranchised gain more and more agency – and more: “Libraries are the cornerstones of democracy, where all people—regardless of income, race and religion—are welcome. To me, they’re also the one place where I truly feel at home.” – LitHub
Its friendly atmosphere. The historic building in the Heart of Springs. Of course it’s books. They always have new books arriving. The volunteers are great.
We've received new books! They are: The Moon Sister by Lucinda Riley, The New Iberia by James Burke, The Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff, The Chef by James Patterson, Dear Mrs. Bird by A J Pearce and The Wartime Sisters by Lynda Loigman. See you soon!!!
The Board of Trustees of the Springs Historical Society is putting out a call to its members and their friends, asking for help in finding a local web designer who would be willing to donate his/her time and expertise in setting up a combined web site for the Society and Springs Library. As with many other non-profit organizations, we feel a web presence is vital in keeping the community informed of what we have to offer, opening a dialog with the community and maintaining and expanding a robust membership. The site would include pages with headings such as: Home, About, Membership, Events Calendar, Historical Archives, and Library, in addition to others suggested during development. We hope to have the site up and running before the Summer. Keeping our desired late Spring launch date in mind, anyone interested in offering their services can email Kevin Kennedy at [email protected] with ’SHS Web Proposal’ in the subject line. Please include the following in your response: 1. Your contact information (full name, address, email and phone number). 2. A summary of your web design experience with links to finished projects. 3. A list of the platforms and programs you use in your development work. 4. If you’ve had experience with community non-profits or similar organizations. 5. Please respond by February 28th. Thank you for your continuing support. Kevin Kennedy, Member Board of Trustees Chairman Web Development Committee and Donald Sussis, President, Springs Historical Society
Springs Historical Society is looking for a volunteer web designer. The Board of Trustees of the Springs Historical Society is putting out a call to its members and their friends, asking for help in finding a local web designer who would be willing to donate his/her time and expertise in setting up a combined web site for the Society and Springs Library. As with many other non-profit organizations, we feel a web presence is vital in keeping the community informed of what we have to offer, opening a dialog with the community and maintaining and expanding a robust membership. The site would include pages with headings such as: Home, About, Membership, Events Calendar, Historical Archives, and Library, in addition to others suggested during development. We hope to have the site up and running before the Summer. Keeping our desired late Spring launch date in mind, anyone interested in offering their services can email Kevin Kennedy at [email protected] with ’SHS Web Proposal’ in the subject line. Please include the following in your response: 1. Your contact information (full name, address, email and phone number). 2. A summary of your web design experience with links to finished projects. 3. A list of the platforms and programs you use in your development work. 4. If you’ve had experience with community non-profits or similar organizations. 5. Please respond by February 28th. Thank you for your continuing support. Kevin Kennedy, Member Board of Trustees Chairman Web Development Committee and Donald Sussis, President, Springs Historical Society
Book sale in the Krupinski Room of the library. Great books and good prices.
Springs Historical Society is looking for a volunteer web designer. The Board of Trustees of the Springs Historical Society is putting out a call to its members and their friends, asking for help in finding a local web designer who would be willing to donate his/her time and expertise in setting up a combined web site for the Society and Springs Library. As with many other non-profit organizations, we feel a web presence is vital in keeping the community informed of what we have to offer, opening a dialog with the community and maintaining and expanding a robust membership. The site would include pages with headings such as: Home, About, Membership, Events Calendar, Historical Archives, and Library, in addition to others suggested during development. We hope to have the site up and running before the Summer. Keeping our desired late Spring launch date in mind, anyone interested in offering their services can email Kevin Kennedy at [email protected] with ’SHS Web Proposal’ in the subject line. Please include the following in your response: 1. Your contact information (full name, address, email and phone number). 2. A summary of your web design experience with links to finished projects. 3. A list of the platforms and programs you use in your development work. 4. If you’ve had experience with community non-profits or similar organizations. 5. Please respond by February 28th. Thank you for your continuing support. Kevin Kennedy, Member Board of Trustees Chairman Web Development Committee and Donald Sussis, President, Springs Historical Society