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.
The Miller Center serves as a regional resource for businesses, independent entrepreneurs, not-for-profit organizations, and individuals. Located at the Centereach building, the Miller Center offers access to extensive and specialized business resources as well as personalized business research and reference assistance. The goal of the Center is to support regional economic development by meeting the information needs of the business community, promoting a literate and job-ready workforce, and providing employment information and career exploration opportunities. The Center sponsors networking and training events and works in partnership with Long Island business support organizations to provide greater public access to the information and services they offer.
Supported by the efforts of the Library and the Middle Country Library Foundation, the Center is named for John D. Miller, a Long Island philanthropist who knows from personal experience the importance of information resources and business research assistance to small businesses and independent entrepreneurs. The Miller Center establishes partnerships with area businesses and business organizations to extend its usefulness and sustain its continued development.