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October 2019 Newsletter

∗View The Hyde Park Free Library’s October 2019 Newsletter Here.∗

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Discovery Pack

HPFL Quilts for Raffle

Click On the Year to View Past Quilts Made by our Quilting Group!

2013/2014/2015/2016/2017/2018-2019

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Click Here to see the NEW 2019-2020 Quilt!

Library Fun!

LEGO Time!
LEGOS!
Banned Books Week Sept. 22-28, 2019
Our Rock Garden
Building the Rock Garden
Fun with Food!
Art from Chocolate Syrup & Crackers
Sculpting with Carl Grieco!

Bus Schedules

Click below for links to Public Transit Bus Schedules:

Public Transit in the MHLS Region

Book Clubs @Hyde Park Free Library

General Book Club Reading List 2019

Mystery Book Club Reading List 2019

Check our calendar for the most up-to-date meeting dates & times. To inquire about or join either the General or the Mystery Book Club call us at 229-7791 Ext. 205!

Search the Catalog

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New to the Mid-Hudson Library System?

“I have a card — NOW WHAT?!”

LIB-CARD

Don’t worry, we were all there once…

Learn how to make a PIN and set up your online account, use the online catalog, request items, freeze requests, cancel requests, renew items, pay fines online, get eBooks through the library from Overdrive, and much, much more! Just click here.

Hyde Park’s “Little Free Library!”

The Hyde Park Free Library is proud to announce its participation — in partnership with the Hyde Park Rotary — in the “Little Free Library” initiative!

WHAT IS A LITTLE FREE LIBRARY?

It’s a cooperative  “take a book, return a book” community gathering place where neighbors freely share their favorite literature and stories.

Hyde Park’s “Little Free Library” is located in the Stop & Shop Plaza in the Hyde Park Mall where anyone may stop by, peruse our selection, and pick up a book (or two).

Once you’ve had a chance to enjoy your read simply return at your leisure and donate another gently used book  that you’d like to share.

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