LIBRARY OPEN FOR BROWSING WITH LIMITED SERVICES

  • Masks are mandatory for anyone over the age of 2

  • Visits are limited to 30 minutes per day

  • No computers for public use

  • No one under 14 may enter the library without a parent, guardian, or other responsible adult present

  • Our elevator currently only travels between our main floor and Level D (fiction, reference, public computers and restrooms). You may park strollers on the main floor. We apologize for the inconvenience and are currently trying to rectify the situation.

  • No food or drink

*Doorside Pickup is available to anyone that is unable or unwilling to wear a mask, and to those who prefer not to enter the library

FEATURED PROGRAMS

Harriet Goldstein :Journey Through COVID
Harriet Goldstein :Journey Through COVID

January 16 - February 25, 2022 in the Pine Gallery. I am inspired by the world around me. When the Covid Pandemic came upon us, I began painting abstracts that channeled my anxiety and then my hope for the future. Some paintings show anxiety while others, I hope are beautiful and inspirational. The paintings in this exhibit were painted in my garden studio during past summers, where I could smell the grass and flowers as I painted.

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Grants, Scholarships, and Loans
Grants, Scholarships, and Loans

Thursday, February 17th 7:30pm Back by popular demand! This workshop will uncover the best college cost-reduction strategies and reveal little-known asset, borrowing, and savings methods. Learn insider information on grants, loans, and scholarships to help make your college planning both successful and affordable. Presented by My College Planning Team. Please click the image to sign up.

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New York Times Home Access
New York Times Home Access

The New York Times can now be accessed for 72 hours at a time from home. To activate you must log-in to your New York Times account or register first, then click the image for the access link.

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Harriet Goldstein :Journey Through COVID
Harriet Goldstein :Journey Through COVID

January 16 - February 25, 2022 in the Pine Gallery. I am inspired by the world around me. When the Covid Pandemic came upon us, I began painting abstracts that channeled my anxiety and then my hope for the future. Some paintings show anxiety while others, I hope are beautiful and inspirational. The paintings in this exhibit were painted in my garden studio during past summers, where I could smell the grass and flowers as I painted.

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