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What's Going on Today

PLAYHOORAY at 10:15 AM

Registration begins on Monday, November 19 at 9:15am.

CLASSES: Wednesdays, December 5, 12, and 19 at 10:15 AM.

AGES: 6-18 months

Music and Fun for your little one! Come sing

Computer Class: Microsoft Word at 6:30 PM

Registration for all December computer classes begins on Monday, November 19 at 9:00 a.m.

Microsoft Word - Learn to create, edit, save, and print documents. You will also learn to cut and

Agate Slice Keychain at 7:00 PM

Registration will begin on Monday, November 19 at 9:15am.

CLASS: Wednesday, December 19 at 7:00 PM.

GRADES: K - 5th

Everyone will have a blast creating an agate key chain and

Board Meeting at 7:00 PM

The Board meeting will be held in the Administration Building located at 120 Second Street.

Pharos Mobile Print

Print from your smartphone, tablet or laptop to our Library. Click here to get started.

Download the App on your smart phone or tablet. Available for Apple or Android!

Android | Apple - IOS


Send an email to print@hicksvillelibrary.org (must have a valid library card to use)

Upload documents at this url:

https://print.hicksvillelibrary.org


Once you have uploaded your print job from anywhere, head over to the Pharos Release Station at the Library to release your print job.
Click here for instructions

Upcoming Events

Click here for a full list of Events

Board Meeting Dates


Tuesday, December 18
Wednesday, January 16
Wednesday, February 20
Wednesday, March 20
Wednesday, April 17
Wednesday, May 15

These meetings will be held at the Administration building located at 120 Second Street at 7:00 P.M.

Latest news...

Board Meeting Tuesday December 18th

The Board Meeting previously scheduled for December 19th will be held today, Tuesday December 18th at 7:00 PM.

The meeting will be held in the administration building located at 120 Second Street. 

Wireless Hotspots now available!

Hicksville residents can now borrow Wireless 4G Hotspots from the library. Easily access high-speed internet on the go from anywhere with a cell signal! You can connect multiple Wi-Fi capable devices with unlimited data. Its battery operated, easy to use and you may borrow it for up to 14 days. Check one out today!

Book Donations

The Library does not accept book donations. If you have gently used books that you'd like to donate, please visit one of the following websites for organizations that accept donations. 

http://www.thebookfairies.org/donate/

https://pickupplease.org/donate-books

https://www.betterworldbooks.com/go/donate

http://booksforsoldiers.com

 

Honoring Our Local Library Staff

HONORING OUR LOCAL LIBRARY STAFF

Local libraries provide our communities with invaluable programs and resources for individuals of all ages, including books, workshops, film screenings, author events, classes, job training and more. Those services are made possible by the dedicated library workers who create, organize and run them.

Women's Suffrage Online Exhibit Now Available on New York Heritage

The online exhibit, Recognizing Women’s Right to Vote in New York State, is now available to view at New York Heritage Digital Collections!

Library Budget

Thank you for your support! The Library Budget has passed with 1,048 yes votes to 316 no votes. Gurbani Malhotra was elected to the Board of Trustees.

Mystery History Picture

This house is believed to be on Newbridge Rd and West Marie Street in January 1958. Photograph taken by Harold Kelly who thought it may have been a general store at one time. Does anyone have any further information on this photo? The exact location? What was it? 

Please email druss@hicksvillelibrary.org or stop in at the library if you have any information on this photo!

Thank you!

EBSCO eBooks App retiring

FYI - Ebsco eBook users

The Hicksville Archives

The Hicksville Archives is pleased to put on display the Martin Brandfon collection.

Mr. Brandfon attended Hicksville High School from 1964 to 1967 and was a lineman on the undefeated varsity football team that finally won the Rutgers cup for 1966. 

Keeping a collection of mementos from his youth, Mr. Brandfon recently donated them to the Archives thus helping to preserve Hicksville History.

The Archives hopes to later share other aspects of the Brandfon collection throughout the coming spring.