Updated Hours & Services 

Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in our area, we will move to curbside and home delivery services until further notice. Please read below to understand what that means for you.

NEW TEMPORARY HOURS:

Monday - Friday 11 am - 4 pm Saturday 11 am - 3 pm
PICK UP ONLY - no appointments at this time

Can I come inside the building?

No. As of Monday, 12/14 patrons are no longer be able to enter the building.

How can I get books and other library materials?

You can order items online or call/email us with requests. Then CALL us to arrange a pick up or delivery time.  (845) 265 - 3040. PICK UP YOUR ITEMS 15 MINUTES PRIOR TO CLOSING.

Where do I go when I arrive to pick up my items once scheduled?

Simply enter the side entrance. Your item will be in a bag with your name on it on a table in the vestibule. Do not enter the building. If you have questions or need help you can call us. We will have our number posted in the pick up location. PICK UP YOUR ITEMS 15 MINUTES PRIOR TO CLOSING.

Can I visit virtually?

Yes, you can contact us to arrange a virtual visit. 

How do I return items I already have checked out?

Just place them in one of the two return boxes we have - one in the parking lot, the other in the front door.

End of Year Appeal

Please consider making a donation to the Butterfield Library so we can continue to help our community.

Your support makes everything possible.

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Arden Reads

Dark and Deepest Red
by Anna-Marie McLemore


This latest novel from author Anna-Marie McLemore, follows two timelines more than 500 years apart.

In Strasburg during 1518, a dancing fever broke out and Lavinia (Lala) Blau’s family was blamed for it. Women dance through the streets until they collapse, and magic and witchcraft is at its center.

500 years later, a town's annual “glimmer” (an enchanted haze that spreads through the town and creates miracles) brings with it a more morbid curse. Rosella Olivia dances through the streets and Emil—a descendent of Lala’s family—must recover the secrets of his heritage to save Rosella.

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1000 Books Before Kindergarten

Help your child get ahead by adopting a goal of reading 1000 books together before they start Kindergarten.

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News

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Story Hours  -  Living Room Trivia  -  Gardening Lab 


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Libby

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Use it to search our e-materials.

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Looking for help with technology?
Patrick can help you with your questions.

Census 2020

Links to Census Information

Conducted once every 10 years, is the constitutionally-required count of every person living in the United States.

New York Regional Office
(212) 584-3400 or
1-800-991-2520
TDD: (212) 478-4793
Email

2020 Census Website

Census Questions

Avoiding 2020 Census Fraud and Scams

Tax Information

Links to commonly needed documents

New York State Tax Information:
Free File Your Income Tax Return
New York State Forms
New York State Publications and Guidance
Reporting Fraud and Scams

Federal Tax Information: 
Free File Your Federal Income Tax Return
Federal Tax Forms and Instructions
FAQ When Filing Your Federal Tax Return
Reporting Fraud and Scams

AARP Tax-Aide: offered to taxpayers with low income, with special attention to those over age 60. Call 211 to set up an appointment. 

Passport Information

A Passport Acceptance Facility

NOT AVAILABLE NOW
We can accept your passport application and take your passport photo. By appointment only. One person/family per appointment. Contact Johanna for more information.

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DS-11 Form

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Library of Things

You can borrow some unique things from the Butterfield Library. Here are just a few ...

Hot Spots

Take home the Internet.

Must be 18 years of age or complete a parental agreement form.

Park & Museum Passes

Visit a NYS Park or Museum.

Must be 18 years of age or older.

Camping/Hiking Equipment

Get outside, it's good for you.

No age restrictions.

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