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from your Library
In-Library Browsing
& Curbside Service Hours
Now Extended!
Please note our new in-Library browsing and curbside hours.
Library 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

Mon-Tues: 2-7pm
Wed-Fri: 11-4pm
Sat: 12-4pm
(closed Sun)
Computer Use Hours

Mon-Tues: 2-6:45pm
Wed-Fri: 11am-3:45pm
Sat: 12-3:45pm

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!

Curbside Pick-up Hours:

Mon-Tues: 2-8pm
Wed-Fri: 10-5pm
Sat: 11-5pm
(closed Sun)

Our book drop is open!
Items may be returned in our book drop at any time.

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...
Our eMagazine Collection is Now on Overdrive/Libby!
Our eMagazine collection has recently moved from the RBDigital app to the Libby/Overdrive app! Patrons now have access to over 3,200 magazines, including popular titles, such as Men’s Health, Country Living, Harper’s Bazaar, and Field & Stream! Magazines can be accessed, anytime, anywhere, for free, with never any holds or wait times!
Did You Know?
The Library has Chromebook and hotspot bundles available for checkout, and you can now send prints from your mobile devices, laptops, or home computers to the Library for pick up using Princh!
Community Survey
There’s still time to take our brief community survey!
As we look towards the future, we would like to hear which services were most beneficial to you during the pandemic and how we can build back better.
Schoolwork Piling Up? Tutor.com Can Help!
Students and adults with an Ulster County Library card now have access to Tutor.com, which provides on demand, one-on-one academic tutoring and resume help. Try it before your child’s next exam or quiz!  Subjects include Geometry, Reading Comprehension, Physics, Earth Science, AP Test Prep. Trigonometry, and 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 meeting link the day of the event.
Winter Bingo for Adults!
Now until 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 returned to the Library by March 31, 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.
Adult Take & Make:
Mini Weaving
Sign up by Thursday, March 4
Registration by the deadline is required to participate, as kits are limited. Spaces fill up quickly!
Have you ever thought about trying a weaving project, but weren’t quite prepared to commit to buying a loom? 

Sign up for this kit to learn how to make a mini weaving on a cardboard loom! Sign up before the deadline on March 4, and pick up your kit starting Friday, March 5 (click here for our curbside pickup and in-Library hours).
County Resources for
Substance Use & Mental Health
Online, Tuesday, March 9, 7:00 p.m.
Registration required.
The effects of COVID-19 have been challenging for many individuals and families. According to the CDC, 40% of adults have struggled with mental health or substance use during the pandemic.

During this virtual presentation, a representative from the Mental Health Association in Ulster County will provide an overview of the resources available to Ulster County residents to help with substance use and mental health.

If you know of someone who could benefit from this program, please spread the word!
Local History Trivia Nights
Thursday, March 11 & Thursday, March 25
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.
Cut the Cord:
Say Goodbye to Your Cable Company
Online, Thursday, March 18, 8:00 p.m.
Breaking up is hard to do, but in this Cut the Cord virtual workshop, co-presented by the Desmond-Fish Public Library and the Marlboro Free Library, you will learn how saying goodbye to your cable company can save time, money, and your sanity!
Registration is required.
Virtual Book Club
Wednesday, March 31, 7:00 p.m.
All are welcome to attend our virtual Book Club! Over Zoom, we will be discussinYou Never Forget Your First: A Biography of George Washington by Alexis Coe.

Copies have been ordered and are available for pick-up. Registration is required.
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.
Online Children's Programs
Winter/Spring Children's Programs Now Underway!
Programs run 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.
Join us for Tween/Teen Book Club Programs:
Remote Readers Book Club
4th Wednesday of each month, 4:30-5:00 p.m.
(March 24 & April 28)
For ages 9–12

Join us for a monthly book discussion with your friends on Zoom! Physical books can be picked up at the Library, or digital versions can be found on Hoopla. The March book selection is The List by Patricia Forde.
Teen Book Club
4th Tuesday of each month, 4:30-5:00 p.m.
(March 23 & April 27)
For ages 13–16

Join us on Zoom on the fourth Tuesday of each month to chat about our book pick of the month. All books will be available via our digital book streaming platform, Hoopla, or as hard copy books from the Library. The March book selection is Infinity Son by Adam Silvera.
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.
For Avid Readers!
For weekly reading recommendations, check out our blog, The Book Buzz.
Save the Date:
Shredder Truck Event
Friday, April 2, 9:00-11:00 a.m.
Parkinsons 101:
What You and Your Family Should Know
Saturday, April 10, 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Please note:
Check marlborolibrary.org for any weather related closings or delays.
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Address: 1251 Route 9W, Marlboro, NY 12542
Tel: (845)236-7272
In-Library hours:
Mon-Tues:  2-7pm
Wed-Fri:  11am-4pm
Sat:  12-4pm
(closed Sundays)

Curbside hours:
Mon-Tues:  2-8pm
Wed-Fri:  10-5pm
Sat:  11-5pm
(closed Sundays)