The Port Chester Public Library is located at Haseco and Westchester Avenues, Port Chester, New York 10573. The Port Chester Public Library was founded in 1876 by the Honorable Jared V. Peck. Fifty years later, the Library building was dedicated in its present location.
The library is funded by the Villages of Port Chester and Rye Brook.
The Port Chester Public Library offers many services and programs, including:
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Books, Videos and DVDs
Books-on-Tape and CD
Large Print Books
Inter-Library Loan Service
On-line magazine & newspaper
Online Book Club
Literacy Volunteer Tutoring
English as a Second Language
Meeting Rooms with AV equipment
Westchester Library System
Children's Services, Library Playtime and Story Times
Discover and explore our exciting collection of books, paperbacks, magazines and other materials specifically selected for children. Throughout the year, a variety of children's programs are offered. This includes story times for toddlers, preschoolers and library playtime. Special programs such as summer reading, crafts and performances by unique entertainers are held for school age children.
Young Adult Programs
A wide variety of services are available through the Young Adult Department to help students in seventh through twelfth grades meet their unique educational, informational and recreational needs. Materials, including fiction and non-fiction books, videocassettes, audiocassettes and CD-ROMs are selected specifically for Young Adults.
Location: Port Chester