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The Library will be closing at 5PM on Wednesday 1/25/23 due to the snow.

Winter Hours

Monday 10-5; Tuesday 9-6; Wednesday 10-7; Thursday 9-6; Friday 10-5; Saturday 10-1

Upcoming Library-Sponsored Events

Teen Lounge Presents: Universal Yums on 1/24, Frozen screening on 1/31

Dating in Washington County Story Slam, 2/10

Weekly Programs

Building Blocks Kindergarten Readiness Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:30; registration required

Talk Soup Playgroup Mondays at 10:30 Ages 0-5

Teen Lounge Tuesdays at 3:00 Age 12+

LEGO club Wednesdays at 2:30 School-aged kids (children under 9 must be accompanied by an adult)

Children's Room Story Hour, All ages Thursdays at 3:00

Little Learners Explores STEAM Ages 0-5 Fridays at 10:30

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Fresh Food and Food Waste: your library's got you covered

Greenwich Free Library is now a proud partner in the Farm 2 Library program, providing fresh fruits and veggies to all patrons, thanks to Southern Adirondack Library System, Comfort Food Community, and Capital Roots Squash Hunger. Come by to see what's in season and stock up your pantry. You can also divert food waste away from the landfill by bringing in food scraps. In coordination with Adirondack Worm Farm, we are a drop-off site for your kitchen waste. Call, email, or drop by the library to find out more.


COVID 19 PCR Testing available

Mon-Fri 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM


Little Free Libraries are here!

With generous support from LARAC's community arts and culture funding and the hard work of Scouts BSA Troop 6027, Greenwich is now home to three Little Free Libraries. Take a book and share a book! Find the new LFLs outside of St. Joseph's Parish Hall on Hill Street, on the corner of Sloan Drive and Prospect Street, and across from the Middle Falls Firehouse.

2021 Report to Our Community

Health & Safety Protocols

In accordance with state, local, and national guidelines, mask wearing is no longer required at the library. But we continue to encourage it for patrons who are unvaccinated, not feeling well, or when social distancing is impossible.

Please note that organizers of specific events may continue to require masks for participants. And, the CDC recommends that people with symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19 should wear a mask. 


Curbside service is available (518) 692-7157

Monthly Board Meetings

Board of Trustees Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the Month at 7pm and are open to the public.

Our next Board Meeting will be on Wednesday November 16 at 7pm in our Community Room.

Upcoming Events