Photo courtesy of Wayne Beaumont
Grinnell Library Mission Statement
The mission of the Grinnell Library is to provide free access to a variety of informational materials, library services, and programs using its resources and those of the Mid-Hudson Library System, to meet the educational, cultural, and recreational needs of the community.
- Patron Code of Conduct
- Child and Vulnerable Adult Safety Policy
- Computer Use Policy
- Community Room Use Policy & Application
We do have notary services, free of charge; however, the notary public requires photo identification and the notary must visually observe the signature(s) on the document(s) to be notarized.
In other words, if you already signed the document(s), a notary public is not authorized to notarize the document.
Grinnell Library Contacts
Main Number: (845) 297-3428
Circulation Desk (to place holds, for renewals or to register for programs) — ext. 801 or 802
Director & Notary Services: Fran Harrison — ext. 807 or email@example.com
Youth Services & Children’s Programming: Molly Stevens — ext. 804 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer Coordinator: Nancy Wendel — ext. 806 or email@example.com
Interlibrary Loan Clerk & Readers Rendezvous: Lacey Snowden — firstname.lastname@example.org
Reference, Programming & Digital Literacy Librarian: Craig McMahon — ext. 805 or email@example.com
Take a look at a fun PDF slideshow about the Grinnell Public Library – complete with photographs of our renovated Children’s Room!
Microfilm Archive Collections
Grinnell Library owns microfilm of several local newspapers; please ask at the Circulation Desk for the rolls you wish to view.
|Local Newspapers||Older Local Newspapers|
January 1986 – March 1987
May 1987 – June 1987
January 1990 – October 2001
Southern Dutchess News:
Assorted issues from 1956, 1957, August 1957 – December 2011
June 1910 – September 1928
February 1935 – June 1938Wappingers Herald:
September 1928 – June 1936Wappingers Falls Shopper:
November 1953 – August 1958Wappingers Post:
February 1939 – November 1939