General Programs

Here’s where you’ll find information about theatrical, musical, and family oriented programs happening at the Montauk Library.

Celebrate World Penguin Day!

  World Penguin Day is a day of awareness for these amazing creatures.  Penguins spend 75 percent of their life at sea.  They can dive to 1,850 feet, that’s over six football fields!  World Penguin Day is celebrated on April 25 because that is the date the Adelie penguins begin their northward migration in Antarctica…. Read more »

Earth Day Celebrations!

Ways to celebrate Earth Day and make a difference!   Peconic Bay Keeper’s is hosting a “Virtual Clean Up”: Join PBK for a “Virtual Cleanup Event”. This could be something as simple as picking up an extra piece of trash along your favorite beach, stretch of roadway, or along a woodland trail. The choice is… Read more »

Kids Can Cook! with Selina: Spaghetti Pie

What’s for dinner tonight? Spaghetti pie! Follow along with Selina while she shows you how to cook a spaghetti pie in your own kitchen with simple ingredients.   Check back next week for another, Kids Can Cook! with Selina      

Montauk Pets: Past and Present exhibit

 Our Montauk Pets: Past and Present exhibit has been extended through the end of September 2019. Marcel Didiot and the Pitts-Burke family dog, 1930s, photographer, Vitus Pitts.  (C) Dell Cullum and the Montauk Library Kiwi the pet rooster, 2019, owner and photographer, Kathleen Ernst  

Friends Calendars are Here!

“Hot off the Press” The latest from The Friends’ both interesting and useful department, it’s the 2020 Anniversary Calendar. These calendars are the result of countless hours of research, planning, and layout by professionals that are passionate about Montauk’s history.  Each month’s photo in this calendar features an archival photo with a descriptive caption. The calendar… Read more »

New Hatch-Cam

We’re excited to show off our new Library Hatch-Cam.  In the past we’ve had live feeds of Chicken’s but this time we have Bob-White Quail eggs, provided by the Third House Nature Center.   Our goal is to assist in the restoration of Montauk’s native Quail population.  We absolutely love this project because Quail eat ticks!… Read more »