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Highland Mills Library

Rushmore Memorial Branch in Highland Mills
16 County Route 105
Highland Mills, NY 10930
Phone: (845) 928-6162
Fax: (845) 928-3079

E-mail: wpl@rcls.org

Central Valley Library

Ida Cornell Branch in Central Valley
23 Smith Clove Road
P.O. Box 38
Central Valley, NY 10917
Phone: (845) 928-2114
Fax: (845) 928-8867

E-mail: wpl@rcls.org

Frequently Asked Questions





Library Board Members
Patricia Coogan Dorothy Morris
Angela McKeown Cooper Ellie Pastel
Patricia Conques Kathy Schmidt
Gail Tummarello  

Website: woodburylibraryocny.org

About Our Department
he Woodbury Public Library, with branches in Central Valley and Highland Mills, provides all residents of Woodbury with a comprehensive collection of materials in print and online as well as assistance in their use.

As a lifelong learning center, programs are conducted for children, teens and adults. Also, the library will arrange to deliver books, tapes, videos for those residents who are unable to get to the library. Call either branch for more information on these programs.

Frequently Asked Questions
Where are you located and what are your hours?
The Rushmore Memorial Branch in Highland Mills is located at 16 County Route 105 in Highland Mills in the same building with the Senior Center. The Hours of operation are:

Monday 10AM - 8PM
Tuesday 10AM - 6PM
Wednesday 10AM - 6PM
Thursday 10AM - 8PM
Friday 10AM - 6PM
Saturday 11AM - 4PM
Sunday 11AM - 4PM
(Closed on Sundays in July & August)

The Ida Cornell Branch in Central Valley is located at 23 Smith Clove Road adjacent to the Elementary School.  The Hours of operation are:

Monday 10AM - 6PM
Tuesday 10AM - 8PM
Wednesday 10AM - 8PM
Thursday 10AM - 6PM
Friday 10AM - 6PM
Saturday 11AM - 3PM
Sunday Closed

The Rushmore Memorial Library Historic Branch, home of the Woodbury Historical Society, has the following hours of operation:

Tuesday 2PM - 4PM
Thursday 7PM - 8PM
Saturday 10:30AM - 12:30PM
By appointment, contact Town Historian: (845) 928-6479

Do you have children's programs?
Yes. Programs are always changing. Please call the library for more information or check the library's website.

What other programs do you offer?
Call either branch of Woodbury Public Library for current dates and more information about signing up for these activities, programs and events.

Book Discussions
National Library Week Events
Summer Reading Program
Teen Advisory Board
Woodbury Reads! Community-wide reading program.

Do you offer computer classes?
Yes, at present we offer computer basics, internet basics, MS Word, Excel, email.  More classes on more topics are being planned.

How much does it cost to obtain a library card?
Zero. Library cards are issued free of charge to Town of Woodbury residents.  ID is required.  Replacement cards cost $5.00.  Always bring your card with you to check out materials.

Can I check out materials with my WPL card?
Your card gives you borrowing privileges in all 47 libraries in the Ramapo-Catskill Library System.  Items requested through the Library System will be sent to your library. In addition, interlibrary loan is available for specific items not owned by RCLS libraries.

Do you have Internet access?
Yes. The library offers free Internet access to RCLS library-card holders, at both branches. The Internet terminals also provide access to many databases covering magazines, newspapers, literary criticism, biographies, information on health and business, country statistics, as well as many other customized links and recommended sites. The library's catalog is available online.
You can access many of these services with your library card at www.woodburylibraryocny.org. Requests for materials and renewals can also be done online.

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