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A UNIVERSE OF STORIES! Summer Reading 2019

Check out all the out of this world programs and events happening at the Staatsburg Library. Join our Summer Reading Program to keep track of your reading. Registration begins June 26. To register and get started logging your reading, pick up your reading log from the circulation desk or download and print the Reading Log […]

Community Conversations about Climate Change: Global Problem, Local Impacts

Tuesday, July 16 at 6:30 (THIS MEETING WILL BE HELD AT AT. MARGARET’S CHURCH) A healthy environment is essential to strong, thriving neighborhoods. Join us for a down-to-earth Community Conversation about Climate Change, how it is impacting Staatsburg, Hyde Park & the Hudson Valley, and what we can do individually and collectively about our rapidly […]

Battle of the Books – Team Meeting HIGH SCHOOL & MIDDLE SCHOOL TEAMS

http://staatsburglibraryteens.weebly.com/ Team Meeting: 6:00 Monday, July 15 Battle of the Books is a trivia contest for young people with questions based on specific books that all participants read. Join our middle school team if you are entering 6th grade in September, or already in 6th – 9th grade. Join our high school team if you […]

Babies & Books – LapSit Program for Birth-24 Months

Wednesday mornings at 10:00 a.m. Join Miss Sarah for this program specifically for infants and babies (Birth – 24 Months). Using songs, rhymes, fingerplay, puppets, toys and more this program is geared to promote the development of early literacy skills, motor coordination and provide opportunities for social interaction. Wednesday, July 17 at 10:00 a.m.

Staatsburg Library Tote

Looking for the perfect gift? Look no further – The Staatsburg Library tote  is a stylish, large, durable, canvas bag with small interior velcro-close pocket. Show your Staatsburg Library pride! Bags are $15 and can be purchased at the library.  

Who’s in your family tree?

The Heritage Quest database through our website gives you anytime, anywhere access with your library card to a collection of genealogical and historical sources (with coverage dating back to the 1700s) that can help people find their ancestors and discover a place’s past.