Closed: Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, New Years Day 2022
Thanksgiving Eve @ 1pm
Christmas Eve @ 12noon
New Years Eve @ 12noon
1459 County Route 351
PO Box 188
Rensselaerville, NY 12147
Phone: (518) 797-3949
Fax: (518) 797-5211
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New UHLS Mobile App Available Now!
Our library has offered e-content services through OverDrive for years. Now, with the help of the Upper Hudson Library System, we are able to offer Hoopla, too! All you need is a library card (you can get one online, too). Access to digital content has never been greater or easier. And what better time to give it a try?
NOVELNY is an online library of literally hundreds of magazines, newspapers, maps, charts, research and reference books that are available to every New Yorker, free of charge. All you need is your public library card, New York driver license -or- New York Non-Driver ID. Students may also access the NOVELNY databases through their school or academic library.
Resources For Talking To Your Children About Gun Violence
988 IS NEW!
Simply calling or texting 988 or typing 988Lifeline.org will connect you to compassionate care & support for mental health-related distress. Click here for more information about 988Lifeline.org.
September 20, 2022: Rensselaerville Library welcomes two new Board Trustees at Annual Membership Meeting.
Rachel Stults of Potter Hollow and Glenn Yelich of Rensselaerville were elected as the two newest members of the Rensselaerville Library Board of Trustees. Their election fills vacancies left by outgoing Trustees Tracy Bensen and Hans Soderquist. The Library thanks all of them for volunteering their time and efforts in service to the Library.
September 21, 2022: Rensselaerville Library Director announces retirement effective November 3.
Library Director Heidemarie "Heidi" Carle announced her retirement at the September 20 Annual Meeting of the Rensselaerville Library membership. Her retirement will be effective November 3, ending a 3-year tenure as library director.
According to the CDC Covid-19 website, the current risk level for Albany County is Medium. Masks and social distancing are recommended while in the Library.
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100 YEARS OF STORIES
Celebrating Our Centennial Year
As A New York State Chartered Library
Did You Know...
Nearly 50% of Rensselaerville Library's Annual Funding Comes From People Like You?
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set up ongoing monthly contributions,
and donate securities.
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for you and your family,
and benefiting our Community for generations to come!
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