The Mountain Top Library celebrates their 20,000th patron of 2018!!

**Congratulations Teresa Monteleone!**

Thank you to the Mountain Eagle!!



Help support the Mountain Top Library this Holiday Season!

Raffle tickets available through December 21st!


Join us for our January Book Club!


Hosted by the Mountain Top Library & The Mountain Brook

Thursday, January 10th from 5:00 – 7:00pm At the Mountain Brook in Tannersville

 Get Your Copy of How to Stop Time

By Matt Haig

Available in Print or Audiobook format at the Library


Conversational Spanish Group

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Interested in improving your Spanish/English skills? Join us for this new informal group! Hosted by Carlos Gonzalez and the Mountain Top Library.

Please call/email the library if you are interested in joining. Carlos Gonzalez’s contact information is available upon request.


23Arts in the Snow I

Strauss & #HerStory

Friday, January 11th 7:00PM – 8:15 PM

Soprano Celine Mogielnicki weaves the vocal music of Richard Strauss into an exploration of womens’ emotional experience; a reckoning and reclaiming of the female narrative as captured by one of the most beloved- and feminist -composers in classical music. Mogielnicki joins forces with pianist Renana Gutman to trace the arc and phases of womanhood through the lens of Pauline de Ahna, Richard’s brilliant, talented, and notoriously independent wife. The program draws from Strauss’ piano and orchestral songs, his tone poem Ein Heldenleben, and the Four Last Songs.


Local Photography of the Mountain Top

Slide Show with Elaine Warfield

 Thursday, January 31st at 6:00pm

Local artist and author Elaine Warfield will present a Slide Show showcasing a collection of pictures old and new (1900’s to 2018), of various locations on the mountain top.

An amateur photographer, Elaine has published four photo books on the mountain top/Northern Catskills region, everything from waterfalls, creeks, mountain ranges, moonrise at South Lake, full moon at Palenville Overlook, sunset at Sunset Rock to the Milky Way above Kaaterskill Falls. Questions and participation welcome.



Thursdays at 4:00 PM

Everyone is Welcome!


Collection for Mountain Top Library Patrons!

OverDrive doesn’t have what you are looking for?? Let us know through OverDrive, or in person at the Library, and we may purchase it for you!



Every Saturday at 10:30 am


friends of the lib

 “The Friends of the Mountain Top Library” is a nonprofit volunteer organization dedicated to supporting the library and keeping the love of reading alive in our community.  We meet the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 7:00PM in the Library and our activities include a book donation to the pre K and K classes of HTCSD Elementary School; the Dennis Lucas JR annual scholarship for best essay to a HTCSD Senior; our annual High Tea and Silent Auction; as well as several book and bake sales.

Membership is $10 for single and $20 for family.

 Please make checks payable to “The Friends of the Mountain Top Library,” PO Box 427, Tannersville NY, 12485 or drop off your membership fee at the Library. Please include your name, address and email with your check or cash for our records and mailing list for events and notifications.



Check out these weekly and biweekly FREE happenings as well…

DROP-IN CRAFTS Every Saturday

Get Crafty! Every Saturday from 10am to 5pm we offer a free kids craft!



ESL (English as a Second Language) every Monday 3:00PM

All are welcome! Please stop by if you are new to the area. No need to register beforehand.        


FREE Health Care Assistance at the Mountain Top Library by Appointment

Two different local agencies available to assist you with your health insurance needs

To schedule your appointment or for more information, visit http://www.columbiahealthnet.org/programs/navigator/ or http://allianceforpositivehealth.org


Shop on AMAZON.COM and Help Support the Mountain Top Library!

Next time you shop online, visit

Choose “Mountain Top Library” as your charity organization and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to your favorite library!



Thank you to Stewart’s Shops and the Bank of Greene County for all of their support!