FAMILY ATTRACTIONS / LIBRARIES

Mid-Hudson Valley Library System

103 Market Street
Poughkeepsie
845-471-6060
www.midhudson.org
Regardless of where they live, residents of the Hudson Valley region enjoy easy access to a wealth of library materials through this cooperative organization. The Mid-Hudson Valley Library System facilitates the sharing of resources and promotes professional services while working in partnership with the independent public and free association libraries. The website for this organization offers links to its many member libraries.

Southeastern New York Library Resources Council

21 S. Elting Corners Road
Highland
845-883-9065
www.senylrc.org
This multi-library cooperative encompasses public libraries in the counties of Columbia, Greene, Ulster, Dutchess, Orange, Sullivan, Putnam, and Rockland. More than one million people reside in this vast area, which offers nearly 80 libraries. Some are small with limited collections while others provide large research collections with thousands of volumes. Consult the Member Library Directory online for links to individual libraries.

New York City Library Highlights

The Mid-Manhattan Library
455 Fifth Avenue
New York
212-340-0833
www.nypl.org

The New York Public Library

Donnell Library Center
20 West 53rd Street
New York
212-621-0618
www.nypl.org

The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

40 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York
212-870-1630
www.nypl.org

Science, Industry & Business Library

188 Madison Avenue
New York
212-592-7000
www.nypl.org

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