We are officially open!
Stop by 3 Maggiacomo Lane (1600 Main Street) and visit us! You can place holds to be picked up here, browse our collection and check out, use our public computers, AND we have tax forms available! Children’s programs will be starting up soon, registration begins March 4th.
We are still looking for donations to replenish Miss Julie’s craft supplies that were lost in the fire. You can still purchase items off of our Amazon Wishlist to be sent directly to us. We ask that you only purchase items from this list so that we can keep track of what we have received- personal physical donations of craft supplies cannot be accepted at this time. Thank you so much!
For the month of March, we are no longer accepting book donations.
We’ve received so many generous donations from our community and beyond, and now it is time for us to play catch-up!
We should be able to begin accepting donations again as of April 1st.
Thank you for your understanding and support!
The Pleasant Valley Rotary Club along with the Library welcome Amanda Brennan, Public Health Education Coordinator/Opioid Educator. Narcan is a prescription medicine that blocks the effects of opioids and reverses an overdose. Join us on Tuesday, March 19th at 6pm to learn how to administer Narcan if an overdose is suspected. As part of the training, participants will receive a naloxone kit. If you have an expired kit, you can bring it with you and get an updated one. What better way to serve our community members; learn how to save a life!
To register, please call the library or click here to Register online.
The Friends of the PV Library are hosting a HUGE Spring Book Sale at the temporary library, located at 3 Maggiacomo Lane (next to Dollar General)!
Friday, March 22nd – 1pm to 8pm
Saturday, March 23rd – 8:30am to 7pm
Sunday, March 24th – 9am to 3pm (Bag sale – $5 per bag)
We love to crochet and have so much fun, we want to share with everybody! We meet every Tuesday at 12:30pm in the library meeting room. If you want to learn how to crochet, we will teach you! If you’re working on a project and need help, we can help you! Or, just bring a project and sit and chat and laugh with us!!
No registration necessary, just drop in!
The Pleasant Valley Library will be offering a drop-in Chess Club! The group will meet on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month at 6pm in the library meeting room. Our next session is March 28th! No registration is required! All ages and skill levels are welcome to come meet local chess enthusiasts. We ask that you bring your own chess sets if you have them, though some will be provided.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email Robert at email@example.com
Want to make a difference in your community? Love the library and wish to help out? We’re looking for passionate adults to help us sort book donations!
Volunteers must have the ability to bend and lift [books are heavy and some shelves are low!] and attention to alphabetical detail.
Interested? You can download an application here– just print, complete, and return it to us! Or stop by the library and ask for a volunteer application at the desk.
We offer two FREE monthly meditation group led by certified hypnotherapist and Reiki Master Susan Olin-Dabrowski. One session is held on the second Thursday of every month at 1pm. The other session is at 6:30pm on the last Tuesday of the month. First time and experienced meditators are welcome. Meditation can help manage stress and improve quality of life.
No registration is necessary, walk-ins are welcome.
Need help downloading an eBook? Trying to establish an email, Facebook, Twitter, or other social media account? Having trouble with your tablet? Get the help you need at the library! The library now offers individualized technology assistance from our resident “teen geek”. Call the Pleasant Valley Library at (845) 635-8460 to schedule an appointment, and remember to bring along your device!
It’s been mentioned before, but bears repeating. The Book Discussion Group meets on the Third Wednesday of every month from 7-8 pm. Check out our events calendar for a listing of which titles have been picked for discussion.