Mattituck-Laurel Library 13900 Main Rd, Mattituck, NY11952 Mattituck-Laurel Library has provided literature and a community hub for the hamlets of Mattituck and Laurel since 1903.…More A recent expansion has allowed for more space for technology and meeting rooms. The library is active year-round, with book discussion groups, pilates and yoga classes, movie nights and activities for children.
Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library 27550 Main Rd, Cutchogue, NY11935 Half of the Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library was once an Independent Congregational Church. The building was built in…More 1862 by a group of people who had parted ways with the nearby Presbyterian church. That building was refurbished for use as a library in 1914 and opened for business in 1917. The library expanded in the 1980s and has continued to be a major community center, with high-speed Internet access, a local history room and lots of activities for kids.
There's always something going on at Floyd Memorial Library in Greenport. Whether it is an art exhibition by a local…More artist, tutoring, community gardening, a book club, classic movies or one of the many children's programs offered, Floyd Memorial Library has a wide variety of programs available to residents. Meeting rooms are available for private use. Call for availability.</p>
<p>Floyd Memorial Library does not fine for overdue materials; however, until the overdue material is returned, the borrower may not take anything else out of the library.</p>
Southold Free Library 53705 Route 25, Southold, NY11971 Recognizable by its red brick exterior, Southold Free Library started life as a bank in 1891 on Main Rd. in Southold.…More The building was converted into a library in 1928 and has since served the hamlets of Southold and Peconic. The library was expanded in 1991, and its trustees hope to have another expansion--which will double the size of the building--finished by 2012. Services include a full reference collection, free Internet access, a youth room and DVD rentals. The library's Whitaker Room contains a comprehensive historical collection of local diaries, letters, postcards, photos, yearbooks and newspaper articles, open to the public Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1pm to 4pm.