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looking for something?

Check the library catalog online, order items, renew materials and more

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join the friends

The Friends of Starr Library support the library with book sales, annual art auctions and more!

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we're more than just books

To gain access to the best resources in the area, pick up your library card today.

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get involved with your library

Donate, volunteer, or join the Friends of Starr Library!

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on-going programs

Starr library offers weekly and monthly programs for people of all ages

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discover history

Trained volunteers are available to help you research your family, your house and Rhinebeck's rich history

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Calendar

Library Hours

Mon:
10am-5pm
Tues:
10am-7pm
Wed:
10am-7pm
Thur:
10am-7pm
Fri:
10am-5pm
Sat:
10am-4pm
Sun:
1pm-4pm

Phone

845.876.4030

Coming Up:

 

WE WILL BE CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY & NEW YEARS DAY.

HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL!

  ♦ Hitchcock Month at Starr: A screening every Sunday at 4pm. End your weekends with suspense! 1/4 North By Northwest, 1/11 The Birds, 1/18 Suspicion, 1/25 Hitchcock the recent movie about Mr. Hitchcock with Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirin and Scarlet Johansson.

 Craft Project: Folded Book Sculptures. Tuesday, January 13th at 1pm. Look around the library at these unusual sculptures. They are everywhere! Join artist Gina Palmer and learn how to make a piece of folded book art while recycling Starr’s outdated books. You will go home with a finished sculpture!

  ♦ Starr Book Group: Tuesday, January 27th at 7pm. A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry. All are welcome to join us!

  ♦  Teen Geek: Saturdays 10 am – 1pm Help on how to use your mobile devices for library and recreational use.

  ♦  Storytime:  We’re taking a break until the new year. Miss Robbie will see you all on Thursday, January 15th.

  ♦  Star At Home: We are excited to offer a delivery service for Rhinebeck residents who are homebound.  Call 876-4030 to speak with Larry Miller  and ask for a Starr At Home Application. Volunteers are needed for delivery. Please call the library and leave your name and phone number. if you wish to delivery to our patrons.