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John C. Hart Memorial Library

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<p>The John C. Hart Memorial Library, founded in 1920, is the library for the entire community of Yorktown. It contains more than 150,000 items including books, newspapers, magazines, audio books, CDs and DVDs.</p>
<p>The library is located in Shrub Oak and in addition to providing reading material, it serves as a community-gathering place for children and adults. </p> <p>Mission Statement: "The goal of the John C. Hart Memorial Library is to serve the community by providing a center for intellectual, personal and cultural enrichment for the people of all ages and backgrounds."</p> <p>The children's room offers 450 programs annually, including story times for babies, chess club, craft workshops, animal programs and volunteer opportunities for older children. </p> <p>The youth center is a place where young adults can chose age-appropriate books and participate in programs, such as drawing workshops, writing poetry, short stories and essays, as well as taking SAT reviews and informative workshops. </p> <p>Adult programs include a book-discussion group, arts and crafts nights, computer instruction and mind and body classes. </p> <p>Note that effective June 1, 2011, there will be a charge of $.50 per reserved/interloan item not picked up. This charge will be automatically assessed to your library card.</p>
1130 E Main St, Shrub Oak, NY 10588
(914) 245-5262
  • Fax: (914) 245-2216
  • Hours: Mon - Wed, 10am - 8pm; Thu, 1pm - 8pm; Fri, 1pm - 5pm; Sat, 10am - 5pm; Sun, 1pm - 4pm
    The Library is closed on Sundays from April 24 – September 25 and for the following holidays through May: January 1, 2 and 17, February 21, April 24 and May 30.
  • Accessible: yes
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