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Catalog and Interlibrary Loan

Looking for a book or digital media?
The Town of Chester Library is part of the Southern Adirondack Library System. If we don't have what you're looking for, you can search all member libraries, order online and pick up in Chestertown.

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Story Time with Wendy!

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Stories & Music

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The Library is located in the Town of Chester Municipal Center on Main Street in Chestertown, New York

 

 

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Library Hours

(as of 6/1/2021)
The Library is
currently in Phase 4 of our re-opening plan:

Online ordering
Open for browsing
Curbside pickup
Computer use
Fax, scan, copy, & printing

All patrons including children are required to wear a mask.

Hours: M, W, Th, F
9
AM–5 PM
Saturday
9 AM–1 PM

518-494-5384 (voice)
518-494-5171 (fax)
library@chesterlibrary.org

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Today in History

at the Library of Congress

Download the latest Friends of the Library newsletter

Crandall Library Folklife Center

Exhibits & research for Southern Adirondacks and the Upper Hudson River Valley


Next Library Trustees Meeting
November 17, 2021
7:00 PM, in the Library

 

 

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Free Books for Preschoolers

 

 

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Library Registration Information

 

 

 

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The New York Public Library Best Books of 2021
for Children, Adults, Teens, and Poetry

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National Public Radio's Best Books of 2021

This website is managed by The Friends of the Town of Chester Public Library, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds to supplement the budget of the Town of Chester Library. The Friends of the Library uses proceeds from fund raising events and membership fees to host educational events, provide programming for children, and to purchase books, periodicals and equipment for the library.

Updated 11/27/21