The Library’s buildings continue to be closed due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) epidemic, in order to protect the health and well-being of patrons and staff. Please click here to learn more.

 

All items due through 4/19/2020 have been extended and are now due on 4/20/2020. Registration for spring programs has been postponed until May – new registration dates will be announced. The library’s online services, through which you can access eBooks, audiobooks, music, movies, and TV shows, as well as many research databases, are still available to access with your library card. Learn more about library services you can access from home.

Adults

Featured Adult Programs

Library Services and Programs for Adults

The Middle Country Public Library Adult Services Department offers a wide range of programs and services. We welcome you to explore our diverse print and media collections, ranging from classic literature and films to the latest detective thrillers and romantic comedies. Our online resources, many of which are available from home as well as at the library, can help you find information on everything from car repair to nineteenth-century literature. Register for library programs on a variety of topics, including defensive driving, brushing up on your computer skills, or learning how to make interesting and artistic crafts. There’s something for everyone at the Middle Country Public Library!
Historical Scenes of Middle Country

Veterans History Project

The Middle Country Public Library, in conjunction with the Library of Congress’ Veterans History Project, is collecting first-hand accounts of United States Veterans. The Project also includes first-hand recollections of U.S. citizens who professionally supported war efforts (such as war industry workers, USO workers, or medical volunteers). We are making these interviews available to the public so that their stories may be preserved for posterity. If you or someone you know is interested in being interviewed, please contact Jim Ward at 631-585-9393 ext. 273.