Services Available Now

  • We are open Monday through Saturday from 9am to 5pm (8pm on Thursday). As we are not checking visitors vaccination status, masks are required at all times at the Library.
  • Public internet computers are available at this time.
  • Contact-free holds pickup for those who cannot come into the building, e.g. the immune impaired:  Appointments, FAQ
  • Tutor Rooms are now available. Reserve a time.
  • You can return items any time, any day via the bookdrop at the Front Door.
  • Our Downloadable Services are always available: Ebooks etc.

Library News

Citizens! Scientists! Citizen Scientists!

If you’re taking part in Sheldrake Environmental Center‘s second annual Backyard Bioblitz, get in the mood by checking out one (or more) of the wildlife guides on display in the Reading Room on the Main Floor. The display has books for all ages. A sampling is at the end of this post. If you aren’t taking part, you might reconsider. So what is a Bioblitz exactly? Read more…

Winter is coming (and so are fines)

During the current situation we’ve not been assessing fines because, well, we all have enough to deal with. No more! Starting Monday, September 13, we are going to start imposing fines for overdue items again. If you have something that is overdue, it would be wise to return it before then. Read more…

Upcoming Programs July 26th to August 8th

Did you ever wonder about the history of New York’s Skyscrapers? Then join Kevin Woyce on Thursday, July 29th at 7 pm for New York Skyscrapers: 1870-1931 to find out. Do you know a school age kid who loves art and graphic novels? If so have them join Graphic Novel Art on Monday July, 26th at 4 pm so they can learn how the authors of graphic novels draw their own characters. Are you a teen who loves D & D? Read more…

Larchmont Library Wins Best of Westchester 2021

We are proud to announce that Larchmont Library earned Best Library in Westchester County status in Westchester Magazine’s Best of Westchester 2021 issue. Thank you to our patrons for showing their appreciation by voting for our Library! This award is truly special as it comes at the end of a long year of adapting, changing and reinventing Library services nearly nonstop during the pandemic. Our Staff and Trustees worked tirelessly over the past year to continue to provide services in new and inventive ways including; answering reference calls from home, hosting hundreds of programs online and circulating nearly 100k books via curbside pickup on our front lawn. We are happy to be back to ‘nearly normal’ and hope you’ll all stop by this summer to visit us INSIDE the Library, browse our collections, use our public computers, read a magazine or newspaper, participate in our Summer Reading Games for all ages, reserve a conference room for a meeting, find a spot for quiet work and study, or just enjoy our newly updated air conditioning!