Thank you for visiting our website, please come and visit our beautiful new library as well! We are very excited to be at this great new location and even more enthused about the ability to offer wonderful programs and classes now too. Just check out the list below to find out about Upcoming Events at the Mountain Top Library. You can also e-mail us to request to be placed on our e-mail mailing list: firstname.lastname@example.org, this way you’ll always know what is going on. Want to get involved? Just ask how you can easily become a ‘Friend of the Mountain Top Library’. Thanks again for visiting, please come and see us soon, because the Mountain Top Library is truly ‘More than Books!’
Paint a Brick Book Fundraiser for the Mountain Top Library!
July 1st 10am to 5pm
Contribute to our library garden by purchasing a brick book– you can pick the title and you can be the author! The possibilities are endless! No artistic experience is required– you can paint your own or we can paint one for you.
Our like-to-like self-help support group comforts and guides those who have lost a friend or loved one on their journey through grief to healing and a normal, productive and fulfilling life once again.
Will meet every first Saturday of the Month at the Mountain Top Library
Catch composer, pianist and producer Mark Cary for an intimate performance at the gorgeous, high-ceilinged Mountain Top Library. The Heartbeat of Harlem will celebrate the strength of the Harlem legacy by honoring the visionaries and celebrating the modern masters, who have, and continue to, make their mark upon the world.
Afterwards catch Marc Cary and his full ensemble at The Last Chance Cheese at 8:00 pm.
Learn the importance of leaving the screen and electronics behind, getting out into fields, and investigating places where butterflies find food and lay their eggs!
In addition, we will discuss differences between butterflies and moths, where to find butterflies and how to attract butterflies to our gardens. We will also learn interesting butterfly facts and behaviors– did you know butterflies taste with their feet?!
After the presentation, children will create their own butterfly tee shirt (heavy, 100% cotton). Children may purchase heavy cotton shirts for $4.00, or bring their own.
Check out these weekly and biweekly FREE happenings as well…
Computer Assistance every Wednesday 2:00-6:00PM
Have any questions about computers, information technology, or about your personal tech devices? Stop by and ask our very talented Patron Technology Assistant James Farley! Please make an appointment beforehand so that he can better assist you — call or stop by the circulation desk to signup! 518-589-5707
Mahjong Club meets every Tuesday at 1:00PM
Let us know if you are interested in running your own game club!
ESL (English as a Second Language) every Monday 5:00-7:00PM
All are welcome! Please stop by if you are new to the area. No need to register beforehand.
The library has expanded services with a new digital collection website experience just for kids. The main MHLS Digital Download Collection now has a separate site to provide a safe and easy browsing experience for kids.
Libraries recognize the need to provide a safe environment for kids to browse library materials. Just as the children’s section of the physical library has its own place, the same experience is now available in the digital collection for kids eBooks and audiobooks. Browsing can be done by subject, reading level or interest level. Check out the Kid’s eReading Room.
Wondering if your car has a recall? Get the full Chilton Manual for any car through our website! With your library card you get anytime, anywhere access for every domestic and foreign automobile and light truck.
Websites that have been selected and posted by the library do not signify an endorsement by the library of the contents of an external website or the organization that a site was produced by. Parents and other users of the library website should be aware that links may change over time. The library cannot be held responsible for links that may have degraded and now point to "unacceptable" sites that are unrelated to the link's original target. Requests to have any such links removed will be reviewed and acted on as quickly as possible.