Hiram Halle Memorial Library is located at the intersection of Routes 124 and 137 in the Hamlet of Pound Ridge. Opened in 1952, the Library now has a collection of over 60,000 items including books, magazines, CDs, talking- book cassettes and videos. The Library's collection is broad and diverse, but is particularly strong in the arts, biographies, mysteries and cookbooks. In addition, the Library offers electronic database searching and Internet access for reference and research. Through the Interlibrary Loan Program, books not owned by the Library can be provided quickly and efficiently via WESTLYNX, the computerized card catalog of Westchester's 38 public libraries and other data bases.
As the cultural center of the town, the Library offers such activities as The Adult Learning Center (TALC), art and craft exhibits, 55 Alive driving courses, films, concerts, lectures and book-discussion programs year round. The Library also sponsors a myriad of children's activities including: Winter and Spring vacation Programs for Children, Children's Story Hours, Holiday Happenings, Arts and Crafts workshops, Musical Performances, and the annual Summer Reading Program.
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Location: Pound Ridge