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Welcome to Clifton Community Library

The Clifton Community Library is located in the Clifton Community Center in the hamlet of Cranberry Lake, Town of Clifton. The Clifton Community Center is also the location of the Cranberry Lake Post Office, and the Clifton Town Clerk, Town Justice and Town Historian.

Our library offers wireless internet service during open and closed hours and has four public computers available during open hours.

Clifton Community Library, in July of 2012, became the 43rd automated library within the North Country Library System. Our patrons now use a universal library card that is accepted at all automated libraries within the North Country Library System.

 

Cuba: A Cultural Visit

Cuba: A Cultural Visit with Bob Raymo, Thursday July 9th at 7:00 P.M. Bob & Kathy Raymo share their experiences on a recent trip to Cuba!

Jewelry Workshop

Jewelry Workshop with Corky Halberg on Tuesday August 4th, 10:00 A.M. to Noon. Squiqqle Bracelets! Workshop is $10 per person. Call, email, or stop in at the library to sign up.

Crackin’ Foxy - Saturday August 1st at 3:00 P.M.

The Saranac Lake based band is inspired by early 1930's swing as well as Vaudeville and Hawaiian music played with a fresh and joyful energy! Events are supported by the Damoth Fund managed by the Adirondack Foundation, and supported by the Cranberry Lake Boat Club.

Joshua J. Supershow - Sunday August 2nd at 1:00 P.M.

Family entertainment fusing side-splitting comedy, nail biting stunts, and fun audience participation! Events are supported by the Damoth Fund managed by the Adirondack Foundation, and supported by the Cranberry Lake Boat Club.

Lynn Morgan - Tuesday August 4th at 1:00 P.M.

Lynn is a local storyteller of traditional folktales from around the world. Many of the stories include songs and other audience participation! Events are supported by the Damoth Fund managed by the Adirondack Foundation, and supported by the Cranberry Lake Boat Club.

Wild Center Tour - Tupper Lake - Wednesday August 5th at 10:00 A.M.

For students of all ages through high school. Attendance is limited, sign up for students and chaperones is required. Attendees must provide their own transportation. Lunch is included. Please phone, email, or stop in the library to sign up. Events are supported by the Damoth Fund managed by the Adirondack Foundation, and supported by the Cranberry Lake Boat Club.

Thompson Zoo - Thursday August 6th at 1:00 P.M.

Discover the importance of migration for many of our northern species. Where do they go? How do they get there? When do they come back? Discover how northern species that don't migrate make it through the long harsh winters. The Thompson Zoo Outreach Coordinator will have three animals at the presentation. Events are supported by the Damoth Fund managed by the Adirondack Foundation, and supported by the Cranberry Lake Boat Club.

Nelson Brothers - Saturday August 8th at 3:00 P.M.

Brian and Mark Nelson, from Rome NY, are carrying on a third generation country band tradition started by their grandfather Jimmy Nelson, and the Blue Ridge Mountaineers. The new generation Nelson Brothers play the same traditional country tunes. You will hear favorites from Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Garth Brooks, Hank Williams Jr., and more! Events are supported by the Damoth Fund managed by the Adirondack Foundation, and supported by the Cranberry Lake Boat Club.

Book Return & Item Pick-Up at Coffee Fever!!

There are now two Book Return locations in Star Lake. You may return library items to Coffee Fever in addition to Community Bank! ~~~~~ An additional Book Return is at the Wanakena General Store. Also!..Library items may be picked up at Coffee Fever. ~~~~~ Simply request a library item by phone, by email, or place a hold online. Advise the library that you would like a pick-up location of Star Lake. You’ll be notified of the date your item may be picked up at Coffee Fever! Library items will be delivered to Coffee Fever every Friday morning by 9:30 A.M. ~~~~~ Please contact the library for more information.
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