We offer a large array of services and programs to our community! Large print books, audiobooks, magazines, newspapers, and DVDs are available for checkout. Books not available locally may be ordered through an extensive library network. We also offer a variety of in-house library programming for all ages.


4 Public Desktops with internet access.

2 Public Laptops for use within the library

Printing ($0.10 black and white, $0.25 color per page)

Copying ( same price as printing)

Fax ($0.50)

Wireless Internet Access


Children’s programs- A variety of weekly and monthly programs for children including Storytime, Kids Konnection, and Free Range Friends

Teen Programs- Programs offered specifically for teens including Teen Time every other Friday night.

Adult Programs- Adult-focused monthly programs include scrapbooking, trivia, and painting classes and our twice-weekly exercise class, Bone Builders.

Programs For All Ages- Lots of our programs are open to all age groups including the weekly creative community craft.

Summer Reading Program-Every summer we host a summer reading program for all ages to participate in. We host many themed activities and programs with many prizes for reading accomplishments.

Other Items Available for Checkout:

Empire Pass- allows patrons to borrow a free admissions pass to hundreds of New York State Parks. The Empire Pass is your ticket to the great outdoors!

Alfred Ceramics Museum Pass- Two passes for free admission into the museum.

Fishing Poles- Thanks to the DEC, we have fishing poles available for patron checkout.

Long Arm Sewing Machine

The library has a long-arm sewing machine housed on our second floor. The machine is available for patron use by appointment. Demonstrations and training on the machine can be given upon request if you are interested in using the machine but have no prior experience.

Call to set up an appointment or to check available times.

Seed Library:

Our seed library is a free resource to grow your own food! Take, Grow, and Eat! Learn to save seeds and exchange them as you grow.

We hope to build our collection to contain only organic and regionally adapted seeds. We have many books and classes on seed-saving and growing gardens. Check out the Homesteaders Club to learn more.


Dear Friends of the Library—We are now recycling used/empty and new/unused printer cartridges, cell phones/smartphones, old laptop computers, and tablets. Please remove user info, and passwords and unlock all phones and tablets before you donate. Computer hard drives will be cleaned of all personal information by CGRP. Your library makes a profit on the sales of these items. Please include AC adapters and cords when possible. Just drop the items in our collection box. Thank you for helping us recycle!