We are open by appointment for in-person services including computer use and printing, browsing of the collection, copying and faxing, and materials pickup (entrance hallway and curbside). We also offer a variety of virtual programs for all ages and access to digital resources. Continue reading
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the entire globe in a historic way. The killing of George Floyd has sparked protests in our community, nation, and around the world as well as demands for police reform and restructuring to combat systemic racism in society. Both of these events serve as the inspiration to collect the history of our community during this time for use by future researchers. The Hudson Area Library History Room Committee invites you to submit images (photos, artwork), videos, and words (poems, stories, journal entries, personal essays) that help to document the personal experiences of our community in 2020.
Those wishing to contribute to the archive can submit work through the library’s website by following the link “Community Archiving of Local History” found underneath the main banner on the home page or by clicking here. If you are contributing works as physical items rather than digital submissions, please also submit using the form on the website to schedule your drop-off. In keeping with the mission of the Hudson Area Library’s History Room, we request that all submissions be either from individuals who live in the library’s service area – Hudson, Greenport and Stockport – or that feature these areas as the main subject.
To learn more about our community’s rich history, please visit our History Room page.
El recogimiento de materiales sin contacto comienza el miércoles 17 de junio. Lee abajo para la traducción en español.
আমরা সীমিত সময় এবং পরিষেবাদি সহ পর্যায়ক্রমে গ্রন্থাগারটি আবার খুলব। আমরা বুধবার, 17 ই জুন থেকে গ্রন্থাগার উপকরণ পিকআপগুলি অনুমতি দেওয়া শুরু করব। বিস্তারিত শীঘ্রই উপলব্ধ করা হবে।
The Columbia County Library Association (CCLA) has been working collectively to reopen our facilities in an organized fashion that is safe for both our library staff and our patrons alike. In an effort to continue to do our part to control the spread of COVID-19, the 11 member libraries of the CCLA will follow national, state, and county guidelines and advice from public health officials, and stage phased reopenings with limited services and hours. The first phase of the reopening is contactless materials pickup and curbside delivery, and all 11 Columbia County libraries will begin this service on Wednesday, June 17. Continue reading
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread, it is important to have access to up-to-date, reliable information about the disease: how to reduce the risk to you and those around you, and how to access support and resources during these challenging times. We have compiled a list of helpful links to help you access the information and resources you need on our COVID-19 resources page.