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Our current hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 2pm-7pm; Wednesday 2pm-9pm; Saturday 9am-1pm
The library is located at 7775 S. Main, Pine Plains, NY 12567. Our mailing address is PO Box 325, Pine Plains, NY 12567. Please note that we cannot receive mail at our street address.
To borrow items from the Pine Plains Free Library, you must have a card from the Mid-Hudson Library System and not owe $10 or more in fines.
Cards from other libraries in the Mid-Hudson Library System (e.g. Red Hook, Poughkeepsie, Mahopac, Hudson, etc.) can be used at the Pine Plains Free Library.
If you are a new patron and don’t have a card from another local library, come visit us any time we’re open and fill out a card application. It only takes a minute! Bring your license or other photo ID with you.
Children of any age can be issued their own card, but any patron under 18 needs a parent or guardian’s signature on the card application.
You do not need a card to use our computers, printers, or WiFi, to come to library programs, or to use the library space.
Veronica Stork – Director – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Bowen – Head Clerk
General library e-mail: email@example.com
The Board of Trustees meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7pm. Board meetings are open to the public. You can e-mail the Board of Trustees at firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Board of Trustees:
Diana Woolis – President
Beth McLiverty – Vice-President
Nancy Pelletier – Secretary
We are actively searching for new board members. If you live in Pine Plains and are interested in joining the Board of Trustees, please download an application form, fill it out, and drop it off at the library. We look forward to meeting you!
The mission of the Pine Plains Free Library is to provide resources, programs, and services that facilitate life-long learning, community engagement, and public awareness of local information.
The Pine Plains Free Library will be a facilitator of learning, the recognized source of community information, the place to gather and discuss, and a promoter of reading for all ages.