Exhibit Space
This space for creative works is available upstairs in the Community Room as well as in the Hallway/Foyer. Contact Connie Dyckman at the Library to discuss arrangements or click here for the Art Exhibit Policy-Application-Waiver forms. If interested, download the forms, print them out, complete the requested information, and fax it to the Library at 914-739-5659. Someone will contact you.


Study Rooms
If you need a quiet place to study, or if you need to work with a small group of friends or colleagues (maximum of four people), the library offers three separate study room spaces for two-hour segments.  Simply stop by the circulation desk, call the library at 914-739-5654, or reserve a room online via LocalHop.


Small Conference Room
The library also offers a small conference room for our patrons’ use.  The conference room can accommodate up to a maximum of twelve people.  For details or to reserve the conference room, call the library at 914-739-5654, Monday through Friday, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., and ask to speak to the business manager.


Children’s Room Display
Kids, do you own a collection that you would like to share in the Children’s Room display case? If so, please call the Children’s Librarian.


Library Newsletter
All current library cardholders receive the quarterly newsletter which lists many of the special events planned including programs, story times, exhibits, displays, book discussion groups, and news and announcements. Newsletters are also available at the circulation desk.


Patron Lounge
Comfortable, quiet area for reading, studying, working, small group conversations, book group meetings. Food and beverages are permitted in this area.


Computer Lessons
Available either for the Internet/Westlynx terminals or for the personal computers with Microsoft Word and Excel programs. Call the Library to arrange a time when a staff member or volunteer will be available for a teaching session.


Homebound Service
For those persons unable to come to the Library due to physical disabilities, we will arrange for a volunteer to deliver and pick-up materials. Please call the Library to arrange this service.


The Library has a photocopier available near the front entrance. Materials may be copied for a charge of $0.15 per page B/W and $.50 color.  Faxing is also available; $1.00 for the first page and $.50 for each additional page.


A Reference Librarian is available at the Information Desk to help with your information needs. Come in or telephone with your questions.


Book Sale
Please come in and browse our materials for sale. Paperbacks are $.50, hard covers are $2.00 (unless specially marked) and all children’s books are $.50.


Notary Public
Service is free. Call ahead to be sure that a notary will be available.


The library is a drop-off point for recycling used batteries (both non-reusable and reusable–less than 11 pounds) and fluorescent light bulbs (not tubes). Note: Before dropping off batteries, please ensure that the positive side of the battery is taped with either duct tape or electrical tape only (scotch tape, masking tape, painter’s tape, or packaging tape not permissible).


Provides catalog, internet and word processing access on 4 computers in the Adult Area and 1 in the Children’s Room.  Use is on a first-come, first-served basis. Printing is also available at $0.15 a page.



Approximately 66,509book

  • Current and relevant
  • Bestsellers
  • Large print


Approximately 4,073dvd

  • New releases
  • Foreign
  • Special interests including: travel, how-to, history, art


Approximately 4,805cd

  • Music
    Classic, Jazz, Rock, Country, Broadway Musicals, Motion Picture Soundtracks, Instrumental, Vocalists, Opera, Folk, New Age,R & B & Holiday
  • Books on compact disk


Magazines and Newspapers
63 subscriptionsnewspaper
Magazine topics include: sports, home, business, crafts, news
Newspapers include: The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Daily News, The Journal News, and New York Post
On-line databases to over 5,000 nationwide newspapers and magazines. The Library welcomes suggestions of book and non-book items for purchasing consideration.