September is Library Card Sign-Up Month. Visit your library or sign-up online. Any resident of Montauk is eligible for a library card, and any resident child can have a library card – at any age. Click here to find out more.
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
“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 »
Thanks to a donation from the Friends of The Montauk Library, we have an AMAZING new 3D printer. It’s a Prusa MK3 and it’s running like a sewing machine (which is to say… smooth, powerful and quiet). Keep an eye on our calendar for programs this summer featuring 3D printing and design. You may also… Read more »
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 »
Thank You Montauk! The Montauk Library 2019-2020 annual operating budget has passes with 104 Yes votes and 11 No votes. Incumbents, Joan Lycke and Linda Barnds, were re-elected.
Come see our Student Art Display for February 2019. Kindred Spirits: Emily Leonardo, Pastels. Sarah De Rosa, Drawings. Portraits of friends, family, flowers, food; plus, “Camp Hero Girl,” fantastical landscapes, sci-fi characters, and cartoons.
Archival hurricane photos on exhibit at Montauk Library until October 30, 2018 The Hurricane of 1938 remains the most devastating hurricane in recent memory, a gale with winds of 110 miles per hour that stormed into eastern Long Island and New England with no warning. Montaukers fled from their homes in Fort Pond Bay Village… Read more »
Montauk Library Patrons now have access to free online movies using the Kanopy app and their Library Card.
Come to this informal class and learn all about how to use our new app “Libby” to search for & download, read or Listen to your favorite titles for free!