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The Hyde Park Free Library is proud to announce its participation — in partnership with the Hyde Park Rotary — in the “Little Free Library” initiative!
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.
JOIN ‘THE FRIENDS’ TODAY!
The ‘Friends’ work closely with the Library in a variety of capacities, such as: Book Sales, Community Day, The Book Nook, The Quilt Raffle, Children’s Activities, Special Events & much, much, more!
3rd Tuesday of Each Month @6:30pm in the Library Annex
$5 Senior OR Student / $10 Individual / $25 Family / $25 Business
Download your membership form here: Friends Membership Application
Make your check payable to: “The Friends of the Hyde Park Free Library”
Mail your check to: P.O. Box 768 Hyde Park, NY 12538
Please include: Name, Address, Phone & Email
The library has expanded services with a new digital collection website experience just for kids. The main MHLS Digital Download Collection now has a separate site to provide a safe and easy browsing experience for kids.
Libraries recognize the need to provide a safe environment for kids to browse library materials. Just as the children’s section of the physical library has its own place, the same experience is now available in the digital collection for kids eBooks and audiobooks. Browsing can be done by subject, reading level or interest level. Check out the Kid’s eReading Room.
The Hyde Park Free Library can trace its origins all the way back to 1895, when Mr. James Roosevelt, FDR’s father, made a donation of 75 books to the Hyde Park Union Free School. These books were placed in the basement of the school under the care of Miss Ida Dumont, a teacher there and the Hyde Park Union Free School’s first librarian.