We are currently allowing up to 6 people at a time into the Library, as well as one family in the Children’s Room at a time.

  • Visits are limited to 30 minutes.
  • Patrons must wear a mask over their nose and mouth at all times.



Saturday, June 12th
10 to 2
in the library yard

The bad news is that we have to postpone the Library Fair for one more year. But we have our fingers crossed for re-imagining the Fair in 2022.

The good news is that we are having a plant sale on June 12th , from 10 to 2 out in the library yard.


May 15th
11am to 12:30pm
on the library lawn
Bug ROCKS! Come and join Sarah, the library’s new program manager, to paint the cutest bugs you’ll actually want in your garden. Lady bugs, caterpillars, stink bugs or jewel beetles will add charm to your garden, without chewing up your plants.

AcornTV and eMagazines

RBDigital will no longer be available after May 18th. Many of the services offered through RBDigital will be found in the LIbby App. Unfortunately, AcornTV will no longer be offered. At this time they have decided to no longer offer library accounts and are focusing on personal consumer accounts.

New Circulation Desk!

The final piece to our library upgrade is now in place! While the library has been providing curbside service we have taken the opportunity to move collections, paint shelves, sand floors and clean, clean, clean. A new circulation desk was the centerpiece of our project and it is finally a reality.

Boy Scout Local Resident To Rebuild Library Arbor

The highest achievement for a Boy Scout in America is to become an Eagle Scout. Since the Boy Scouts of America began in 1911, only 4 percent of Scouts have earned this rank. But local resident Wyatt McCloskey Sell is hoping to soon join the elite club.

TEA TIME Book Group

Wednesday, May 12
an 11am Zoom meeting
The book for May is The Art Forger by Barbara A. Shapiro. Almost twenty-five years after the infamous art heist at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum–still the largest unsolved art theft in history–one of the stolen Degas paintings is delivered to the Boston studio of a young artist.

French Conversation with Claudine Brenner

Tuesday, May 18, June 15
1-2pm on Zoom

Want to brush up or improve your French with a conversation hour? Claudine is a native French speaker, born in Paris and raised in Europe; following a 30 year Government career abroad, she chose Stone Ridge to retire in.

Spanish Conversation with Francisco and Varcia

Tuesday, May 25, June 22
1-2 pm on Zoom

¿Hablas español?  If you would like to brush up on your Spanish conversation skills and meet other language lovers in a friendly and stress free environment, come join our class on Zoom, every 4th Tuesday of the month from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm.

Virtual Story Time with Princess Leia

Thursday, May 13, 2021 at 4:30pm 
Join Princess Leia this month while she reads, tells engaging stories, and plays games — Plus, she will respond to your children’s live comments by name! Join this Virtual Live Storytime for a half-hour interactive experience!

May Flowers

The May crafts will be a celebration of May Flowers, and Mother’s Day. Make a floral crown and lavender sachet for yourself, your mother, your grandmother, or one of the people who cares for you in your life.  We will spend some time too discussing the finer points about flowers in the virtual video link.


Every Saturday Beginning May 1
10am-noon in the Library yard

The Stone Ridge Library Knitters meet every Saturday morning from 10am – 12noon. All ages and experience levels can join us and drop-in knitters are also welcome. We each bring our own supplies and do our own work, but one of the best things about us is that whatever obstacle or confusion you might encounter, you’re likely to receive as much comment and advice as you need to get where you’re going with a project.

Writers’ Group with Cathy Arra

Group 1:
May 17, June 7, 21

Group 2:
May 24, June 14, 28

Two separate writers’ groups meet on alternate Mondays at the library, with a maximum of 10 participants in each group. This program is designed for those who are actively writing and publishing work and who want to participate in a structured critical feedback process.

Masks for Sale at the Library


Masks Available for Curbside Pickup! Make your selection from the code letter & number on the photo of the mask. Call the library at 845-687-7023, tell them your selection and we will have it ready for you using curbside pickup.

Online Services

Electronic services are posted on the Library’s website listed under Services/Online Resources. At each logo, there is an explanation of what it provides. Whether you are using a phone (See MENU) or a computer (Find the logos on the left-hand side of the screen), these sites provide a variety of resources.