The Hunter Public Library is located four doors up from the Post Office.
Hunter Public Library
7965 Main Street P.O. Box 76
Hunter, NY 12442
About the Library:
The Hunter Public Library was founded in 1896 and has the special feature of two large show windows made available to local artists for shows.
The mission of the hunter Public Library is to meet, provide, and serve the needs of each and every member of the Hunter-Tannersville Central School District educationally, culturally, and recreationally.
We will support each person with information for life-long learning and the love of reading. We will provide free access to materials and services that promote and support independent learning, literacy, and cultural enrichment for the community. This includes:
- an open and non-judgmental environment
- a trained and competent staff
- services valued by the community
- appropriate technology to enhance our services
- a well maintained facility
- quality children’s materials and programs
Board of Trustees:
Dolores Chimato-Ruoff (President), Odette Johnson, Fritzie Martin, Patricia Merwin, Theresa Oliveira, Janet Reale, Beverly Resnik-Dezan
The Board of Trustees meets monthly (except for in the months of January, February, March, July & August) on the 2nd Wednesday at 3:30.