East Hampton Seed Library Launches May 17th!

Stop on in to join us for the launch of our new Seed Library on May 17th. We will have packets of seeds for patrons to take home and plant in their own garden in hopes of creating sustainable food sources as well as connect with our community in a different way. Our goal isContinue reading “East Hampton Seed Library Launches May 17th!”

March at the Library

Here at the East Hampton Library we are celebrating Women’s History Month. March is the annual declared month that highlights the contributions of women to history and modern culture. In addition to our book display, we have a pamphlet of “Famous Firsts” that pertain to women’s history. Our librarian highlighted some historical and culturally significantContinue reading “March at the Library”

Celebrate Black History Month

Check out our displays around the circulation desk for Black History Month! Our circulation department has put together small biographies of famous actors, writers, politicians and more. Coupled with their works or books and movies about them, you can choose to browse some quick facts or take a deeper look into their lives. We alsoContinue reading “Celebrate Black History Month”

New Covid Testing Site

As of January 6th, East Hampton Town Hall has been offering drive-through testing for Covid. They offer PCR (RNA) nasal swab testing and rapid antigen testing for active viral infection diagnosis, and antibody blood testing to determine if someone has had a previous case of the virus. The location is 159 Pantigo Road and will be open from 7AM to 9PM.Continue reading “New Covid Testing Site”

New Art Books Available to Check Out!

Here at the East Hampton Library we love art in all forms. With Guild Hall right across the street, how could we not? Recently we’ve added some new visual art books to our collection for other art lovers to enjoy. Come on in and check out books from artists Roy Dowell, Daniel Rich, Isca Greenfield-Sanders,Continue reading “New Art Books Available to Check Out!”

Come on in and Get a Free Winter Coat!

Thanks to the generosity of our patrons, we have a plethora of gently used coats to share with our residents of the Hamptons. Coats in all adult sizes are available as well as hats, gloves, scarves and other cold weather items. We also have a limited number of children’s items available for the taking. JustContinue reading “Come on in and Get a Free Winter Coat!”

Healthy Holiday Recipe Series

The Holidays are here but that doesn’t mean you have to throw your diet out the window! Join Registered Dietitian, Dana Dragone for a 3-part LIVE cooking series. She will be demoing 3 healthy holiday recipes- an appetizer, a side dish and a dessert. Impress your friends and families this holiday season and bring theseContinue reading “Healthy Holiday Recipe Series”

Come in and Celebrate Native American Heritage Month!

In 1990, President George H.W. Bush declared the month of November National American Indian Heritage Month (now commonly referred to as Native American Heritage Month). Decades earlier, the first American Indian Day was celebrated in May 1916 in New York through the effort of Red Fox James. He had ridden his horse throughout the countryContinue reading “Come in and Celebrate Native American Heritage Month!”