Gently loved book donations welcome!

The Library is now accepting donations of gently loved books on Tuesdays and Thursdays by appointment. BEFORE YOU DONATE Please Check For: No yellowed pages No stains No non-fiction books over a year old No ripped covers or pages No VHS tapes No magazines No encyclopedias No textbooks No items that have an odor Call 516-432-7201 x312 to schedule your Read More »

Chick Naming Contest!

On Tuesday, April 13th Miss Tanya drove to the Suffolk County Farm & Education Center in Yaphank to pick up fertilized chicken eggs for the third year in partnership with the Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Incubation and Embryology Project. It takes 21 days for a chicken egg to hatch, so we are hoping to see chicks beginning Monday, May 3rd.   As in previous years, we will Read More »

Library is happy to be lifting the following restrictions!

Based on CDC guidelines and our current capacity levels, the Library is happy to be lifting the following restrictions starting on Monday May 10: No more time limits for browsing, reading, or quiet study Individual tables and chairs are available for reading and studying We’ve added more computers for public use We’ve increased computer time limits to one hour based Read More »

Little Free Libraries – Back in time for summer!

***THE LITTLE FREE LIBRARIES ARE BACK IN TIME FOR SUMMER*** A Little Free Library is a “take a book, return a book” free book exchange which does not require the use of a library card. Anyone may “borrow” a book left in a Little Free Library or donate one (or more) of their own. Although often distinguishable by its birdhouse shaped Read More »

Chick Hatching

On Tuesday, April 13th Miss Tanya drove to the Suffolk County Farm & Education Center in Yaphank to pick up fertilized chicken eggs for the third year in partnership with the Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Incubation and Embryology Project. It takes 21 days for a chicken egg to hatch, so we are hoping to see chicks beginning Monday, May 3rd. As in previous years, we will be Read More »