The library is continually updating and adding to its diverse collection of materials available to our patrons – Books, Audiobooks, Magazines, Entertainment and Instructional DVDs and Videos, Music CDs, and downloadable E-books and Audiobooks.
We also offer a variety of Programs and Services: Fitness Classes (Yoga, Pilates, Tai Chi, Tai Chi for Health), Educational Seminars, Workshops, Music Performances, Book Discussion Groups, Access to Online Databases, Computers for Patron Use, Wireless Internet Access, Scanner, Copier, Fax machines, and Notary Public services (M-F; best to call ahead.)
Looking for something and can’t find it? See or call our Information Services Librarians! They are more than happy to assist you, and have access to a variety of resources. Need something that is not in our library? We will be happy to borrow it for you through Interlibrary Loan.
For more information on our local history resources vists the Special Collections page.
- Borrow Passes to Area Museums
- Download Books & Media
- Instructions to Download eBooks
- Language Learning Site Change
- New Audiobooks
- New DVDs
- New Music
- New to Our Collection
- Selected New Books
- Library Book Discussion Groups
- Special Collections
The National Book Foundation announced finalists for the 2014 National Book Awards, which celebrate the best of American literature. Winners will be announced on November 19.read more...
Financial Times has released its 2014 longlist for the Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award, which goes to “the book that is judged to have provided the most compelling and enjoyable insight into modern business issues.”read more...
The Man Booker Prize aims to promote the finest in fiction by rewarding the best novel of the year originally written in English and published in the UK. The books longlisted for the 2014 Man Booker Prize are:read more...
Celebrate Bastille Day this July 14 with a selection of fiction and nonfiction books about France!
Bastille Day is the French National Day, which commemorates the beginning of the French Revolution on July 14, 1789 with the Storming of the Bastille. Known as “La Fête Nationale” (The National Celebration) and “Le quatorze juillet” (The fourteenth of July) in France, Bastille Day is marked by celebrations all over France, including a military parade and aircraft aerobatics.
France-themed books include:read more...
The following books have been assigned to students in the Cold Spring Harbor Junior/Senior High School for summer reading: Incoming 7th Grade Fever, 1793 by Laurie Halse Anderson Incoming 8th Grade (English & Social Studies) The Lions of Little Rock by Kristen Levine Incoming 9th Grade (English & Social Studies) Balzac and the Little Chinese […]read more...