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Howland Public Library

The library was founded in 1872 by General Howland, and today provides materials and services to help community residents obtain information meeting their personal, educational and professional needs. Special emphasis is placed on supplying adults with current reading materials; on providing reference services to students (at all academic levels) and other information seekers; and on making facilities available for local individuals, organizations and agencies to do community work. The library serves as a learning and activities center for all residents of the Beacon School District.

Board of Trustees:
Gary Barrack, Anne Forman, Marcia Frahman (President), Joseph Guarneri, Patricia Hasapis, Ann MacLeod, Suzanne McElduff, Sandra Moneymaker, Karen Palumbo

Donations and Volunteer Opportunities:
We appreciate that you are thinking of our library. Contact us to donate books and other materials, or to volunteer time or services. Thank you!

Contact Information

Phyllis Keaton, Library Director
(845) 831-1134

Location & Hours

313 Main Street
Open daily.
Check library hours online.

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