Ellenville Public Library & Museum
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, Ever Forward
Thursday & Friday: 9:30am–6:00pm
Saturday : 9:30am–3:00pm
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Local History Museum in
Wednesday & Friday: 10:00am-4:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am-3:00pm and by appointment
The Gallery Link
Open during regular library hours
Early Days of the Ulster County Fair
The Ulster County Fair began in Ellenville, NY, in the late 1800s. C
reated from postcards, photos and ephemera from EPL&M’s
extensive local history collection, this exciting exhibit celebrates
Ulster County heritage, agriculture and community.On exhibit now through August 30, 2014IDENTIFY FACES & PLACES!
on the image above to watch a time coded copy of "Ellenville on
shown at Shadowland Theatre in 1939. When you recognize a person or place, use this PDF form to record them and the number on the screen where they appear. Return the form to us, and we'll use the information
to make an annotated version of "Ellenville on Parade" for posterity!click here to learn more...
It's not too late to...
FIZZ! BOOM! READ!
Join our Summer Reading Club
Preschool and Elementary aged kids will Fizz, Boom, Read! this summer @ EPL&M, and kids in Middle and High School will Spark a Reaction as part of the 2014 Summer Reading Program at New York’s Libraries. All you have to do is spend 20 minutes a day reading for 20 days (or more!) and you’ll get a new book to keep as a prize.Complete 10 science explorations by summer’s end to win a science prize.You can enter drawings for weekly prizes, too,by completing short, easy book reviews and/or filling in special summer reading bookmarks. We've got fire & ice, bubbles, stories, experiments and lots of fun planned. Teen readers canexplore ways to "Spark a Reaction" with creative (and crazy) crafts! See you this summer, for some “explosive” reading!
Call us at 647-5530 or stop by to sign up.
"Ellenville Then and Now"
a documentary film about the economic state of
created by Ellenville High School students.
Use EPL&M's online resources!
Your library card gives you access to hundreds of digital items - databases, e-books and more. Our library staff will be happy to help you get familiar with library databases, and show you how to make the best use of other online resources. Want to download free e-books and audio books? Please call (845)647-5530 to make an appointment. Bring your reader or laptop with you for e-books.