Looking Back, Towards the Future...
100years a
From our early days in the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Building, to our present location on Main Street - as well as the addition of our Station Branch - our library and the services we provide have changed drastically over the years. The library has become more of a community center offering programs, classes, story-times, book discussionsmovies, music performances, art exhibits and more. Not a day goes by without some type of event taking place in our buildings. The library is a constant hub of activity!

With the 100th anniversary of our Main Street building, we are again looking to improve upon the structure to provide even better service to our patrons. Before we tackle any reorganization of floor plans, we need to address the lighting and HVAC features of the building. We are working with our architects and engineers to address these concerns. In addition to all that goes on inside our buildings, you may also have seen us out in the community as we visited schools for their Back-to-School nights, participated in Huntington Awareness Day and joined our neighboring libraries at the Fall Festival in Heckscher Park.

We are very excited to be re-joining the Partnership of Automated Libraries in Suffolk (PALS) consortium in mid-November to make your library experience easier and more convenient! We appreciate your patience during this transition.  If you have questions or concerns about the library, please feel free to contact me at any time: (631) 427-5165, x 206 or by email at . I wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving and a Happy Holiday Season!

– Joanne Adam, Library Director


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2019 Annual Carnival
Stony Brook University
A Social Work Intern from Stony Brook University will be on-site in both buildings for patrons to meet with, free of charge. Please call the reference desk at either buildings for details:

631-427-5165, ext. 250 or ext. 123

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