Libraries in the Hudson Valley



Visit your local library for books, classes, events and more

Visit your local library

Libraries are a great resource for families. Not only can you check out a book, or two or three...you can also find classes for kids and adults. Some have summer reading programs, book clubs, homework help, career education and family-friendly events. You can often borrow museum passes and activity kits also. Visit your local library and see all of the wonderful things your branch has to offer. You can follow libraries on social media for the latest updates on local library happenings.

Dutchess County

Main St. (3309 Rt. 343), Amenia, NY 12501
(845) 373-8273

11 Town Center Blvd., Hopewell Junction, NY 12533
(845) 724-3414

37 Broad St., Fishkill, NY 12524
(845) 896-9215

1215 Centre Rd., Rhinebeck, NY 12514
(845) 266-5530

1797 Rte. 22, Wingdale, NY 12594
(845) 832-6605

348 Rt. 376, Hopewell Junction, NY 12533
(845) 221-9943 

2642 East Main St., Wappingers Falls, NY 12590
(845) 297-3428

313 Main St., Beacon, NY 12508
(845) 831-1134

2 Main St., Hyde Park, NY 12538
(845) 229-7791

1110 Route 55, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
(845) 452-3141

3 Friendly Ln., Millbrook, NY 12545
(845) 677-3611

82 Kelly St., Rhinecliff, NY 12574-0157
(845) 876-2903

75 Main St., Millerton, NY 12546
(518) 789-3340

28 Century Blvd., Millerton, NY 12546
(518) 789-3340

11 Broad St., Pawling, NY 12564
(845) 855-3444

7775 South Main St., Pine Plains, NY 12567
(518) 398-1927

1584 Main St., Pleasant Valley, NY 12569
(845) 635-8460

93 Market St., Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
(845) 485-3445

141 Boardman Rd., Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
(845) 485-3445

Family Partnership Center at 29 North Hamilton St., Room 224, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
(845) 485-3445

7444 South Broadway, Red Hook, NY 12571
(845) 758-3241

70 Old Post Rd., Staatsburg, NY 12580-0397
(845) 889-4683

6035 Route 82, Stanfordville, NY 12581
(845) 868-1341

68 West Market St., Rhinebeck, New York 12572
(845) 876-4030

86 Broadway, Tivoli, NY 12583
(845) 757-3771

Orange County

23 Smith Clove Rd., Central Valley, NY 10917
(845) 928-2114

1784 Kings Hwy., Chester, NY 10918
(845) 469-4252

395 Hudson St., Cornwall, NY 12518
(845) 534-8282

4 Cohen Cir., Florida, NY 10921-1514
(845) 651-7659

366 Main St., Goshen, NY 10924
(845) 294-6606

Greenwood Lake Public Library
79 Waterstone Rd., Greenwood Lake, NY 10925
(845) 477-8377

298 Main St., Highland Falls, NY 10928
(845) 446-3113

16 County Rte. 105, Highland Mills, NY 10930
(845) 928-6162

11-19 Depot St., Middletown, NY 10940
(845) 341-5454

44 Millpond Pkwy., Monroe, NY 10950
(845) 783 4411

133 Clinton St., Montgomery, NY 12549
(845) 457-5616

124 Grand St., Newburgh, NY 12550
(845) 563-3600

223-227 Maple Ave., Pine Bush, NY 12566
(845) 744-3375

138 Pike St., Port Jervis, NY 12771
(845) 856-7313
(845) 856-7313
227 Rte. 17, Tuxedo Park, NY 10987
(845) 351-2207

5 Scofield St., Walden, NY 12586
(845) 778-7621

1 McFarland Dr., Warwick, NY 10990
(845) 986-1047

6 West Main St., Washingtonville, NY 10992
(845) 496-5483

Sullivan County

45 Lower Main St., Callicoon. NY 12723
(845) 887-4040

19 Center St., Jeffersonville, NY 12748
(845) 482-4350

198 Bridge St., Narrowsburg, NY 12764
(845) 252-3360

14 Proctor Rd., Eldred, NY 12732
(845) 557-6258

12 Railroad Plz., South Fallsburg, NY 12779
(845) 436-6067

328 Main St., Grahamsville, NY 12740
(845) 985-7233

189 N Main St., Liberty, NY 12754
(845) 292-6070

92 Main St., Livingston Manor, NY 12758
(845) 439-5440

128 Sullivan St., Wurtsboro, NY 12790
(845) 888-8004

479 Broadway, Monticello, NY 12701
(845) 794-4660

85 Highland Ave., Roscoe, NY 12776
(607) 498-5574

Ulster County

93 Main St., New Paltz, NY 12561
(845) 255-5030

128 Canal St., Port Ewen, NY 12466
(845) 338-5580

14 Elting Pl., Highland, NY 12528
(845) 691-2275

48 Main St., Hurley, NY 12443
(845) 338-2092

55 Franklin St., Kingston, NY 12401
(845) 331-0507

1251 Route 9W, Marlboro, NY 12542
(845) 236-7272

22 Elm St., Pine Hill, NY 12465
(845) 254-4222

4033 Rte. 28-A, West Shokan, NY 12494
(845) 657-2482

48 Main St., Phoenicia, NY 12464
(845) 688-7811

2047 Rte. 32, Modena, NY 12548
(845) 883-7286

264 Main St., Rosendale, NY 12472
(845) 658-9013

56-58 Main St., Milton, NY 12547-0802
(845) 795-2200

91 Washington Ave., Saugerties, NY 12477
(845) 246-4317

3700 Main St., Stone Ridge, NY 12484
(845) 687-7023

860 Ulster Ave., Kingston, NY 12401
(845) 338-7881

42 Clover St., West Hurley, NY 12491
(845) 679-6405

5 Library Ln., Woodstock, NY 12498
(845) 679-2213

355 Cragsmoor Rd., Cragsmoor, NY 12420
(845) 647-4611

40 Center St., Ellenville, NY 12428
(845) 647-5530

133 Farmer's Tpke., Gardiner, NY 12525
(845) 255-1255

7 Bona Ventura Ave., Wallkill, NY 12589
(845) 895-3707


Updated 1/5/2023


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