FAQs

librarycardApply for a library card
The Mamaroneck Library encourages all residents of the Village of Mamaroneck to get a library card from our library. All we need is some form of ID and some proof of residence in the village. Click here for more information.

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how_do_i_donate Donate to the library
There are several ways you can donate to the library – through tributes that honor or remember someone, with a monetary donation or by donating your gently used books.

To learn more, click here.

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how_do_i_programs Register for Programs
There are many exciting programs at the Mamaroneck Library! There are programs for adults, teens, school-age children and pre-schoolers. To learn more about all our programs, click here.

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how_do_i_volunteer  Volunteer at the library
If you have some time to spare and would like to help the Library, please click here and complete the necessary form to help in the adult section.
If you are a teen and would like to help in the Teen department, click here to complete the necessary form.

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images Conduct research at the Library
Need to do research through old issues of Mamaroneck newspapers? We have a state-of-the-art digital newsreader which will enable you to access newspapers stored on microfilm, microfiche and digital media. For more information, ask at the front desk.

Click here to check our eResources.

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how_do_i_meeting_room Use a meeting room
The library has two meeting rooms that can be rented for events or meetings. The Community Room and the Program Room have seating capacities of 80 and 49 people respectively. Audio visual equipment is available. For reservations, contact Linda Bhandari at 914-698-1250, ex. 7. For more details click here.

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how_do_i_computerUse computers at the library
Our brand new library now has 12 computers available in the reference area, as well as 4 each in the Children’s and Teen Rooms. All computers have internet access, word processing and printing capability. Printing cost is 15¢ per page for Black & White, and 35¢ per page for Color. Patrons may sign up for half hour sessions with their library card, up to an hour and a half per day.
The library also has free wi-fi access throughout the building.

The library will be offering Computer Classes in our brand new technolgy lab to teach you how navigate the world wide web, how to use library reference resources (databases), and how to use e-mail. Check back for a schedule.

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