Star Trek

Tuesday, August 2, at 6pm

Boldly go…

to the library to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek with trivia and debates over the best captain!


Family Fun Night: Splash Down Science

Wednesday, August 3, at 6:30pm

Boom! Explosions for the whole family during a wet and wild science exploration.


Content to Color

Saturday, August 6, at 11am

Adult coloring is exploding in the media as a source of relaxation and stress relief. See what the coloring craze is all about by stopping by the library and taking part in a coloring session!

All supplies provided. Creativity and conversation are optional.


Friends of Historic Saugerties: Creativity and Saugerties History

Saturday, August 6, at 2pm

Over the years, Michael Sullivan Smith has initiated several creative ways to present Saugerties history, including animated videos, interactive computer graphics, newspaper serials, and the visitor center at the Thruway. He is also the author of the recently published A Brief History of Saugerties and the creator of his own bluestone sculpture site influenced by Opus 40 and derived from bluestone quarrying, an industry that relates to the early growth of Saugerties as a center of commerce and industry. In his talk he will share his understanding of how creative and inspirational motivators have informed unique moments in Saugerties history.


2017 Proposed Budget and Library Board Candidates

The 2017 Proposed Budget and Budget Frequently Asked Questions is now available. Click here.
Candidate petitions for the position of Saugerties Public Library Trustee are still available at the Library. Completed petitions must be returned to the Library by 5 p.m. on August 3.
For more information, contact Library Director Frank Rees at (845) 246-4317 or director@saugertiespubliclibrary.org.


2016 Community Survey

The SPL is your library--a place to discover, connect and grow--and we need your input and ideas to provide the best possible services and programs. Please help us by taking the 2016 Community Survey. Click here to take the survey. Paper copies are available at the Library.