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TEATIME RETURNS in the Reference Room Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, 3:00 - 3:30 PM, beginning August 3. Free, public, drop in. (Digital Teatime continues for members on Zoom, Fridays at 3:00 PM.)

Are you (or do you know) an interior designer? We’re looking for some expert advice on new furniture for our third-floor reading rooms. If you’d like to help us out, please drop us a line.

The New York Post calls us "the city's best-kept secret" in this new article...and the Library also gets a shout-out from member writer Helen Ellis in Entertainment Weekly!

Away from home? Take the Library with you with our electronic resources - e-books, downloadable audiobooks, thousands and thousands of digital magazines, and much more. E-memberships also available - all you can read (or hear) for just $100 annually.
Let's Write Our Summer Down with Esther Cohen

Thursdays July 22, August 12, 2:00 PM
online | open to the public; free for members | separate sessions | registration required
We will write about love and write about living and everything in between in this summer writing workshop.

Interested in this event, but not ready to register? Get a reminder closer to the next date.
Summer Watch Parties 2021

online | free of charge | drop in
It's the streaming premiere of our winter/spring events! Just drop in to our YouTube channel on any of these dates at noon Eastern time and look for the premiere. Each video will be available for free streaming anytime after that date.


Request a Book Bundle from our Children's & YA librarians!

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The Black Literature Matters exhibition is presented with generous support from The Florence Gould Foundation.

The Writing Life events in 2021 are generously underwritten by Jenny Lawrence.
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