The Huntington Public Library is a town library, supported through tax dollars and supplemented by donations and grants. The Library located at the Union Meeting House on the Main Road in the Lower Village. The Meeting House continues to be restored for the community as a permanent home for the Library, Arts Center, and Community Center.
While the eclectic collection is small (11,600 volumes), adults may find good current fiction, parenting resources, some reference and a few classics. The children’s collection is very popular and young people will find many books from required reading and award winning book lists. There is also a growing collection of audio books, especially mysteries, romances and classics.
Browse our entire collection through our electronic card catalog. Through interlibrary loan, we can usually get any book you would like to read, or use your “Homecard” at any of the participating Homecard libraries. Homecards may be obtained at the library during regular hours.
The Library is currently closed to the public, due to COVID. Library services now include Books to Go! Where residents and borrowers from other communities holding Homecards can place an order online or on the telephone and then pick up their bag of books from the table on the porch. Go to the Library website (link is above) for more details.
Hours when we are not closed, due to COVID:
Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday (noon – 5 pm)
Monday (10 am – 6 pm)
Friday (10 am – 5 pm)
Wednesday and Saturday – Closed
Anne Dannenberg (Director)
Stacey Symanowicz (Director)