Our library is located in the renovated Great Hall of the Union Meeting House on the Main Road in the lower village of Huntington. The Union Meeting House continues to be restored for the community as a permanent home for the Library, Arts Gallery, and Community Center.
While the eclectic collection is small (about 17,000 volumes), adults may find good current fiction, non fiction, parenting resources, some reference and a few classics. The children’s collection is very popular and young people will find many books from required and award winning book lists. There is also a growing collection of audiobooks, especially mysteries, romances, and classics.
Browse our entire collection through our electronic card catalog, linked on the side of this page.
Through interlibrary loan, we can usually get any book you would like to read, or use your Homecard at any of the participating Homecard libraries. Homecards may be obtained at the library in the town of your residence during regular hours.
Our Adopt an Author Program enables patrons to ensure that the latest offerings from their favorite authors are available at the Library by having the Library purchase books at the library rate and then billing the patron donor for the price of the items which is then donated to the Library. Those who participate in the Adopt an Author Program are given the first right to the item and a special bookplate is placed in the book acknowledging the donor. There are currently over 80 adopted authors.
Library Trustee Meetings. Library Trustees meet at the Library on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm.