The Huguenot Children’s Library, a branch of the New Rochelle Public Library, is located at 794 North Avenue, New Rochelle, New York 10804.
The Huguenot Children’s Library is Westchester County ’s first and only children’s library. The library which opened in 1997 is entirely dedicated to children and their families, with books, computers, and activities just for kids, plus a community meeting space that can be used for special events. Outside, the library grounds include a plaza with seating for parents and caregivers adjacent to a state of the art playground.
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The Huguenot Children’s Library is the result of an unprecedented community effort spearheaded by a non-profit, non-partisan citizen’s group, the Partnership for the Huguenot Children’s Library. Formed in 1993, this group took a branch library that was closed in 1992, reinvented it as a family destination and raised the funding needed to renovate and operate the library.
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