The Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees will be held on Thursday, February 25th at 5:30pm. Please email for information on joining the 2021 annual meeting.
The Library is open by appointment for Patio Pick-Up and Self-Service Technology Appointments. Before visiting, please call the Library to make an appointment to pick up your items or to use the technology available in the HIVE. You can also register for a Technology Appointment on our event calendar!

progress toward fundraising goal

The Library has launched its annual 2020/2021 fund drive!
This year’s goal of $26,000 will allow the Library to creatively meet the needs of the community in all the ways we are able, including expanding virtual programs and services, providing customized access to the collections through distanced services such as Personalized Patio Pick-Up, and creating packs for families, like the Grab & Go Kits, that can be used at home. We are dedicated to supporting underserved and isolated populations in the service area with new technology during regular outreach visits. We can only secure the longevity of these efforts with the help of our generous donors. The current donations total just over $14,500.

For your convenience, there are several ways to donate to the Library's annual fund drive. You can donate online with a credit card through the Library’s Donate Link, you can mail a check to the Library, or drop money in an envelope in our outdoor book drop. If you would like to be recognized, please provide your contact information.

For information about all of the Library’s current services, please visit our Services Page. For the most updated information about our digital initiatives, please subscribe to our eNewsletter and visit the Events Calendar to register for our virtual programming.

Digital Services 

Virtual Meeting Room Request

The Library has launched a virtual meeting room for local, nonprofit groups engaged in educational, cultural, intellectual, or charitable activities. This virtual meeting room is avaialble as a meeting space while we are required to respect physical distancing guidelines.

Winter Reading Program

Season's Readings! Starting on Monday, December 7, we are offering you our first winter reading program for children, teens, and adults. This program will be held completely online using READsquared, a reading program software. We have programs for all ages!

One-on-One Tech Help

Make an appointment with one of our tech staff to help you troubleshoot device problems or to learn more about how to get the most out of your laptop, tablet, smartphone, or eReader. To maintain 6 feet of distancing between yourself and staff, your device will be connected to a display so it can be seen from a distance by staff.

Digital Programs

Winter Event Guide

Click above to view the Winter Event Guide, a booklet that details all of our upcoming programs for January & February. We have programming for babies through adults of all ages. Check it out!

Nighttime Virtual Storytime with Miss Briana

Join us for an interactive virtual storytime hosted by Miss Briana on Zoom. Enjoy books, rhymes, songs, and more!

Teen Spa Day at Home

Take home a kit of materials and make your own homemade spa products to enjoy. Your kit can be picked up between 10:30-7 at our Patio Pickup tables on Monday, February 15. Join the Zoom to talk and make your bath items with Nan.

Teen Virtual Murder Mystery: A Clueless Murder

An afternoon of murder and mystery as you mourn the late Mr. Boddy. Discover whodunit in this virtual mystery based on Clue. Participants have the opportunity to dress in costume to add more fun and authenticity to their character.

Digital Collections


Libby is an easy-to-use app for tablets and smartphones that gives patrons access to our digital book collection through OverDrive. Download items to watch later!


Hoopla is offered free for patrons through the Library to download and stream music, comics, books, audiobooks, movies and more. Check out the Hoopla app!

Ancestry Library

Provides access to a wide range of resources for genealogical and historical research. It includes useful records like censuses.

Post Standard

The latest issues of the Post Standard newspaper are available at your finger tips from Newsbank. Sign in with your library card number and PIN to get free access.

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DeWitt, NY 13078
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