Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Sunday Closed


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Dec 182013
Mar 032015

HML will provide a forum dedicated to educating and sharing technology-related information, with an emphasis on mobile devices and Windows computers. This group is for anyone who wants to do more and discover more about the technology in their lives. It will be a fun and supportive learning environment for tech users of all skill levels. Each meeting will include a short presentation about a technology related topic and an open question and answer session. Some meetings will be more hands-on than others. Participants are encouraged to bring their devices. Come learn, do and share with us. The first meeting will cover things you don’t know you can do with your Kindle — and which Kindle is for you with a Kindle comparison: Kindle vs Kindle Fire vs Kindle Paperwhite vs Kindle Voyage. Meets every 2nd Thursday of the Month.  First meeting is March 12, 2015.

Feb 272015

Our BOOK MADNESS! Tournament of Books will start the first week in March.  Come to the library each week to vote for your favorite popular reads of 2014. The books with the most votes will advance to the next round. Only one will win!  Gone Girl? Fifty Shades of Grey? The Invention of Wings? Mr. Mercedes?   Which book will it be?



Feb 232015

Send a message in support of NY libraries. According to the New York Library Association, Governor Cuomo, despite having an extra $5.5 billion in revenue this year and proposing up to a 4.8% increase in state education funding has proposed flat funding for our community libraries. Last year, the Governor poposed a 4.7% cut in local library aid yet a 3.8% increase in education funding. In fact, last year, the approved state budget included a 5.7% increase in education funding but only a 1.2% increase in local library aid. New York State vote_button_rgbEducation Law requires library aid for 2015-2016 to be $102.6 million based on the most recent census data. The Governor’s flat funding proposal puts state library aid at 86.6 million which is equivalent to 1997 funding. This is $16 million short of where the budget should be. Please use this pre-written letter to voice your support for full funding for libraries in the coming budget year.