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
(The People Kind,
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?
Ancestry.com is free at our Library until
May 31, 2022!
Access the Library Edition of Ancestry.com from any of the Library's public computers using your library card.
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.
According to the CDC Covid-19 website,
the current risk level for Albany County is High.
Masks and Social Distancing Are Strongly Recommended For All Persons While In The Library.
Stay up-to-date by clicking below for all our Special Notices.
100 YEARS OF STORIES
Celebrating Our Centennial Year
As A New York State Chartered Library
Join us May 28!
Rensselaerville Library and Conkling Hall
thanks everyone who contributed to the success of
2022 Favorite Poem Project
2022 Poem-A-Day Project
Library Director Heidi Carle and Curator Tom Corrado thank all of the poets who shared their captivating creative works and the readers who checked in daily to this year's Poem-A-Day Project!
Click below for all 30 Poem-A-Day entries!
Join us for a free community conversation with Dr. Alice Green about her book We Who Believe in Freedom: Activism and the Struggle for Social Justice. In discussion with Paul Grondahl, Green will talk about her experience as a life-long advocate for social justice, discuss historic and continuing challenges in our community, and share the work she is currently doing and how community members can help.
The first 100 people to register for this program will receive a free copy of the book!
The program will be offered online, with a Zoom link sent following registration. To register, please visit: https://bit.ly/3uUggZ5
Join Miss Bonnie in a fun kid's activity celebrating children's author Gene Zion and illustrator Margaret Bloy Graham!
Look for a new StoryWalk May 12!
Did You Know...
Nearly 50% of Rensselaerville Library's Annual Funding Comes From People Like You?
Visit our Donations page to make a one-time gift
by check or credit card,
set up ongoing monthly contributions,
and donate securities.
Other ways you can provide financial support to the Library throughout the year:
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for you and your family,
and benefiting our Community for generations to come!
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