Mommy and Me Sign Language is cancelled for today Thursday, January 29 from 10:30- 11:15 am
We have just added Page 168 of Beers, Comstock & Cline’s 1873 “Atlas of Long Island, New York”. Page 168 specifically depicts, at a specified scale of “30 Rods to the inch”, Patchogue as it appeared in 1873. Over the coming months, look forward to more pages of this historic atlas covering other parts of Long Island!
Also coming soon is a selection of historic postcards from the Celia M. Hastings Local History Room.
The following YA programs are cancelled today: Brian's Board Game Brigade 4-5 pm Advanced Battle of the Books 5:30- 6:30 pm Cancelled Children's Programs: Study Buddies 5:30-8 pm Toddler's Explore 4:00 - 4:45 Cancelled Adult … [Continue reading]
Thanks to all the hard work of those on the road the past several days, we will have access to the Library in time to reopen at 1pm on Wednesday. While our Children's Department isn't complete, we have plenty of books, games, crafts and space to play … [Continue reading]
Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Today Show’s snow plow came to the rescue in Patchogue. The NBC morning show offered to shovel out homes being hit hard by the blizzard Monday into Tuesday … [Continue reading]
Genealogy Roadshow: Season 2 continues tonight at 8 p.m. on PBS stations. The program stars genealogists Kenyatta D. Berry, Joshua Taylor and Mary Tedesco and features participants from New Orleans, St. Louis and Philadelphia. Over the course of … [Continue reading]
The Library will close at 1pm Monday for the safety of our Community. We plan to reopen Wednesday at 1pm, but that could change depending on parking lot/road conditions and electricity. … [Continue reading]
Update 1:09 p.m.: Patchogue Village Mayor Paul Pontieri has issued an emergency advisory directing all businesses to close at 9 p.m. Monday except for “essential healthcare related services.” Village Trustee Joseph Keyes told Patchogue-Medford … [Continue reading]
Patchogue-Medford Library generously asked me to return to writing about Patchogue and Medford, and I was so excited about it that I jumped straight in without actually introducing myself. I’m Michael Sorrentino, and I’m a writer who grew up in … [Continue reading]