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Temporary Hours & Curbside Service Continue!

The Library is offering limited in-person services in addition to our enhanced virtual offerings and curbside service.

As COVID cases continue to spike in the area, our hours and services are subject to change, as the safety of our community and staff is our top priority. Please check for the latest updates on our website or our Facebook page!

In the meantime, call ahead, curbside service continues, and is encouraged!
Temporary Hours
*Please note these hours are subject to change.*
See our website for the latest updates to our hours of operation for all services.
In-Library Hours

Tues: 2-7pm
Wed-Fri: 11-3pm
Sat: 12-3pm
(closed Sun)
Computer Use Hours

Tues: 2-6:45pm
Wed-Fri: 11am-2:45pm
Sat: 12-2:45pm

One hour session per day with valid Library card, first come, first served.
Don't forget- Wifi is available from your car on Library grounds!

Temporary Curbside Pick-up Hours:

Mon-Tues: 2-8pm
Wed-Fri: 10-4pm
Sat: 11-4pm
(closed Sun)

Our book drop is open!
To ensure both our staff and community’s safety, we will be quarantining all returns for 72 hours. You may notice a delay between the time you drop off an item and the time it comes off your account. 

Please note: the Library is not accepting book donations at this time. Please do not put book donations in our book drop.
What's going on at the Library...
Remote Printing Available
Have you tried remote printing yet? We now offer Princh, a wireless printing solution that allows patrons to safely send prints from their mobile devices, laptops or home computers, to the Library for pick-up!
To begin printing from your mobile device, download the free Princh app, from the Apple Store or the Google Play Store. You can also print from your laptop by visiting print.princh.com.

When using this app, you can pay by credit card ahead of time, or pay by cash at the circulation desk when you arrive to pick up your prints.
Chromebook & Hotspot Bundles
 Available for Checkout!
Don't forget! We have added four Chromebook and hotspot bundles to our circulating collection. 

Marlboro Central School District residents, who are over the age of 18, and who have an active Marlboro Free Library card or Sarah Hull Hallock Library card that is in good standing (no outstanding overdue materials or fines on their account) may check out a Chromebook and hotspot bundle for 7 days. 
Please note: to be eligible to check out a Chromebook bundle, a patron must be a cardholder for 6 months or longer.  
Please be sure to read over our Chromebook borrowing rules prior to check out.

Try Tutor.com Today!
In partnership with the Ulster County Library Association, the Library is excited to offer Tutor.com!

Tutor.com connects students at their time of need to one of over 3,000 highly vetted expert tutors. With instant access to one-on-one homework help and tutoring, students can lower their anxiety and raise their confidence about their schoolwork.
Tutor.com provides online, on-demand academic tutoring, homework help, and test preparation to kindergarten through 12th grade students, plus early college students and adult learners. 

Any library patron, with a library card from an Ulster County library (excluding digital library cards), can connect with a highly qualified, expert tutor in a safe and secure online classroom. Tutors are available in a variety of subjects and test prep areas from 2:00-9:00pm. Tutor.com also offers expert writing help, test prep resources from The Princeton Review® for the ACT®/SAT®, Advanced Placement (AP®) course videos, resume help and so much more!

Virtual Programs
Join us online!
For security purposes, participants must register prior to all online programs.

Please sign up on our Events Calendar, or follow the program links below.

Participants will be emailed a Zoom link the day of the event.
Winter Bingo for Adults!
January 2 – March 31
Let’s get reading, Marlboro! Looking for something to do this winter? Take our Winter Reading Bingo Challenge!

Pick up a Bingo card at the Library or download one here, and complete the list of challenges. Completed Bingo sheets will be entered in a raffle to win a gift certificate to a local business!
Completed Bingo cards can be dropped off at the Library, or send a photo to staff@marlborolibrary.org.
Virtual Book Club
Wednesday, January 27, 7:00-7:30 p.m.
All are welcome to attend our virtual Book Club! Over Zoom, we will be discussing The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah.

Copies have been ordered and are available for pick-up. Registration is required. Participants will be emailed a Zoom link the day of the event.
Discover Marlboro Walking Tour App!
Looking for something fun to do outdoors?

Bundle up and take our historical walking tour through town with our app: Discover Marlboro!

Rediscover your town today.
Coming Soon
Local History Trivia Night
Returns in February!
Are you a local history buff or want to learn more about your town? Do you like testing your knowledge against a set of interesting and sometimes obscure questions? From the comfort of your own home, make new friends or reunite with old ones, and test your knowledge of Marlborough in this relaxed environment. Participate individually or make it a fun evening for your whole household.
Local History Trivia Submissions: 
Have a fun fact about Marlborough’s history? We’d love for you to share! Your question/information/photo may be featured in one of our trivia nights! Email your fun fact to staff@marlborolibrary.org, using the subject header: Local History Trivia Submission.
Alzheimer's Association Presents:
Effective Communication Strategies
for Caregivers
Online, Wednesday, February 3, 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Registrants will be emailed a GoToMeeting link the morning of the program.
Individuals living with dementia often experience changes in behavior that can be confusing to friends and family. For caregivers, learning to decode messages through attitude, tone of voice, facial expressions and body language can help both parties to connect and communicate in meaningful ways.

This virtual program, presented by the Hudson Valley Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, will help explain the communication changes that take place in a person with dementia and identify strategies to connect and communicate at each stage of the disease.

Registration is required. 
Online Children's Programs
Children's Program Registration Begins
Monday, January 11, 8:00 a.m.
Programs run from the week of January 25 through April 30.

A Zoom link will be sent out to all registrants on the morning of each program. Please be sure to use a valid email address when registering.
Children's programming questions?
Email taylor@marlborolibrary.org or leave a message for our children’s librarian at 845-236-7272 ext. 217
Children's Library Appointments
For safe browsing, families can make an appointment with Ms. Taylor by emailing her at taylor@marlborolibrary.org. As we have limited capacity, it is strongly encouraged that families schedule an appointment to ensure entry into the Library at a specific time.
Library closed:
New Year's Eve, December 31
& New Year's Day, January 1
Please note:
Check marlborolibrary.org for any weather related closings or delays.
Do you have questions?
Links for Common Questions/Concerns
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Address: 1251 Route 9W, Marlboro, NY 12542
Tel: (845)236-7272
Temporary In-Library hours:
Tues:  2-7pm
Wed-Fri:  11am-3pm
Sat:  12-3pm
(closed Sundays)

Temporary curbside hours:
Mon-Tues:  2-8pm
Wed-Fri:  10-4pm
Sat:  11-4pm
(closed Sundays)