Welcome to the Mamaroneck Library

The Library Is Now Open For Limited Service. Click Here for More Information.

Mamaroneck Library Board Appoints New Director

Update: We have temporarily cancelled most library programming through September. We will keep you updated going forward on when we can resume our normal programming schedule.


Beginning Monday, September 28, we will accept donations on a limited basis; please read the guidelines carefully:

Mamaroneck Library Book Donations Guidelines

Mamaroneck Library Reopening and Safety Plan       




                                                       Adult Summer Reading Game 
Mamaroneck Library Adult Bingo





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The Mamaroneck Public Library encourages all our library patrons, friends and neighbors to fill out the 2020 Census! For more information: www.my2020census.gov 

Health Care Navigator

The Navigator Program with Westchester County Department of Health is still up and running.  The Navigators are working with clients via telephone (they are not seeing participants on site).
If you need health insurance you can get personal assistance from one of the Westchester County Department of Health Navigators. You can apply whether you’ve lost a job that provided insurance or weren’t previously insured. Call 914-995-6350 or email hnav@westchestergov.com. To learn more visit: westchestergov.com
Senior Benefits Information Center
While SBIC sites are closed you can still receive unbiased Medicare counseling by calling our helpline at 914-231-3260 or by emailing
SBICS@wlsmail.org with your name, question, and preferred method of contact. Volunteer counselors will get back to you within two days, weekends included.

From The Village Planning Department: Hampshire Recreation, LLC, is asking for approval of a Planned Residential Development, pursuant to Village Code § 342-52, a wetlands permit, pursuant to Village Code § 192-7, and a subdivision, pursuant to Village Code § A348-6, for the proposed Hampshire Country Club Planned Residential Development of a 94.5 acre portion of the Project Site within the Village’s R-20 Zoning District. The location and scope of the proposed wetland activity is the installation of a 20-foot vegetative buffer consisting of native plantings along the edges of wetland areas on the site, and an increased water budget into pond 10.  The entire Project Site comprises 106.2 acres and is identified as tax parcel 9-42-568 on the Village of Mamaroneck Tax Map and 4-14-20 on the Town of Mamaroneck Tax Map.

The following link is for the Hampshire Club Redevelopment project: https://www.village.mamaroneck.ny.us/planning-department/pages/seqra-documents

Less Sugar, Better Health: Zoom Presentation by Dr. Cedrick Batchateu
Aug 12 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

 – Learn how sugar is hidden in our packaged foods
 – See how diseases are linked to excess sugar consumption
 – Learn healthy lifestyle habits to reduce the negative effects of sugar
To register, click here.
“Cerealism”: A Pop-up Collage Program with Michael Albert via Zoom
Aug 13 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

American Pop Artist & Author Michael Albert shows you how to create a collage out of a cereal box (or some other printed cardboard package).
This program is open to Adults and Teens.


Materials required:  This includes easy to find household articles:
    • A cereal or brightly colored cardboard box that has some lettering on it that can be cut out
    • A pair of scissors
    • Glue (Elmers, a white school glue, a glue stick or clear glue)
    • A piece of cardboard to use for the back of the collage (can be the back of the cereal or other box you have chosen
To register for this program, click here: 
We Came Here to Shine: Book Discussion with Author via ZOOM
Aug 19 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

One Book One Community continues!
Mamaroneck Book Club Reads New York will feature award-winning author Susie Orman Schnall, who will discuss her new novel about the 1939 World’s Fair. We Came Here to Shine, is a historical fiction novel featuring two bold and ambitious women who navigate a world of possibility and find out what they’re truly made of during a glorious summer of spectacle and potential…
To register for this event, click here.
Copies of the book are available on Overdrive.    This event is co-sponsored by the
Larchmont Public Library.
Short Story Performance via Zoom – Acclaimed Voice Actor Alan Sklar reads two short stories by Lawrence Block
Aug 24 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Please join us for a special short story reading by acclaimed voice actor Alan Sklar.  Alan will read “A Bad Night for Burglars” and “How Far Could It Go”, both written by Grand Master mystery writer Lawrence Block.
Lawrence Block has been writing crime, mystery, and suspense fiction for more than half a century.  He has published more than 100 books, numerous short stories, and was named a Grand Master by the Mystery Writers of America in 1994.
A Dartmouth graduate, Mr. Sklar has narrated audiobooks for over 25 years and has won awards for the stories he has read.  He has recorded over 150 audiobooks by bestselling authors.  For more information, visit alansklar.com.
Register in advance for this meeting by clicking here.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Note: this program was rescheduled due to power outages throughout Westchester. 
What We’re Reading Wednesdays on Zoom
Aug 26 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm



To register, click here.

Virtual Tour of the Jewish Museum
Aug 27 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

The Jewish Museum cordially invites you to a virtual tour with Nelly Silagy Benedek, Deputy Director, Education & Programs.
In this exclusive experience, participants will explore Jewish cultural identity through an examination of several extraordinary works of art in the Museum’s collection.
Nancy Silagy Benedek oversees the development and implementation of innovative programming for schools, families, and adult audiences including teachers, university students, and the general public with a special focus on accessibility.
To sign up for this program, click here.
Chair Yoga Online via Zoom
Sep 23 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am

 Chair Yoga Classes Fall Session via Zoom
    Taught by Denise Mathieson, E-RYT
Denise Mathieson, is a Mamaroneck resident, mom, wife, dog owner & Yoga Teacher.
Denise writes: “My Yoga life has helped me through these uncertain times!”
Chair Yoga is a 30-minute session designed to explore sitting and standing Yoga poses. Participants will practice modifications of the Yoga Asanas (poses) and breathing techniques (Pranayamas).
Moving our bodies is the best way to remain healthy and calm.
Participants may register for any, or all of these dates. All sessions begin at 11am.
Sep 23
Sep 30
Oct 7
Oct 14
Oct 21
Oct 28
To register, click here.
Mamaroneck Book Club Reads New York via Zoom
Sep 23 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

The Dakota Winters, by Tom Barbash

The Dakota Winters is an evocative and wildly absorbing novel about the Winters, a family living in New York City’s famed Dakota apartment building in the year leading up to John Lennon’s assassination. By turns hilarious and poignant, The Dakota Winters is a family saga, a page-turning social novel, and a tale of a critical moment in the history of New York City and the country at large.

To register, click here.

All are invited to join The Mamaroneck and At Home on the Sound Book club as we continue our year of New York reads!

QiGong/Tai Chi at the Library via Zoom
Sep 25 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm

The class will be led by certified QiGong teacher, Steve Goldstein. Qigong (pronounced CHEE-gung) is an ancient Chinese form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times and can be performed by just about anyone. The movements are very much like light stretching and light calisthenics. Qigong combines movement, breathing and meditation to improve health, fitness and well-being by moving universal energy through the body.

Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing. Class duration is 45 minutes.  Open to ages 18 & up.

To register for this program, click here.

Virtual Coloring for Grown-ups via Zoom
Sep 29 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm