On June 19th, New York unanimously passed a bill legalizing the use of eBikes and eScooters statewide. While there are some exceptions, these vehicles are now an option for many New Yorkers. Read on for a breakdown of eBikes and eScooters, information on purchasing and using one, and some local tips.[Continue reading]
Looking for something that is fun and light and reminds you of summer? How about a suspenseful page turner that you can’t put down? Escape with these beach reads, all available in Large Print!
All Summer Long by Dorothea Benton Frank
New York couple Olivia Ritchie, a prominent interior designer, and her English professor husband, Nick Seymour, spend the summer traveling with Olivia’s billionaire clients while pondering their plans to retire to Charleston, South Carolina.
Summer People by Elin Hilderbrand
Recently widowed Beth Newton returns to Nantucket for the summer with her teenage twins to continue a family tradition and to keep a promise her late husband made to another teen.
The Family Next Door by Sally Hepworth
A new mother struggling with profound depression in the aftermath of her first child’s birth hides the truth about her unhappiness before forging a friendship with an unpopular single mother and renter who chose to move to the community for a secret purpose.[Continue reading]
Curious about grocery delivery? You're not alone. According to Business Insider¹, the U.S. online grocery industry has grown from $12 billion in 2016 to $26 billion in 2018. Read on for tips, tricks, and a breakdown of local grocery delivery … [Continue reading]
The Library is proud to present Turn the Page, a solo exhibit featuring the artwork of Children's Librarian Elaine Perez. The exhibit is on view in the Claire Davidson Siegel Gallery and features black-and-white photos of library programs and … [Continue reading]