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BRIDGEPORT

8979 North Road

Bridgeport, NY 13030

315-633-2253 (phone)

315-633-4529 (fax)

Bridgeport@midyork.org

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CHITTENANGO

101 Falls Boulevard

Chittenango, NY 13037

315-687-6331 (phone)

315-687-6512 (fax)

Chittenango@midyork.org

Directions

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The Library has a laminated discount pass for the Adirondack Museum. The pass can be checked out like a book and is good for a 50% discount on admissions for up to four adults or for two adults and all children 17 years of age and younger. The pass is housed in Chittenango, but can be sent to Bridgeport to fill a request placed there. The pass is loaned out on a first come/first served basis and must be returned after use so someone else can use it.

This year we are pleased to offer a NYS Parks EMPIRE PASS for lending. This pass will allow one admission per day for one car to participating NYS Parks, including Green Lakes, Chittenango Falls and Verona Beach. (For a complete list, visit: https://parks.ny.gov/parks/park-results.aspx?a=749&ao=0&src=3)

The EMPIRE PASS may be checked out on a FIRST COME FIRST SERVED basis for 7 days. Patrons must have a valid Chittenango or Bridgeport Library card. If the EMPIRE PASS is lost or damaged while checked out, the patron will be charged for the replacement cost.

For more information or to check availability, please call either branch of the library. Chittenango: 315-687-6331, Bridgeport: 315-633-2253.

 

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