Cutchogue, NY 11935
Mon - Fri 9:30am - 8pm
Sat. 9:30am - 5pm
Sundays. Nov - Mar 1pm-5pm
See what's going on at the Library this Spring:
The Annual Spring Concert - Deka String Quartet
Saturday, March 23rd at 3:00pm, followed by a meet-the-performers reception
Fleet Week Bus Trip, Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum & Circle Line Cruise
Saturday, May 25, pick up at 8:30am
Business Courses with the Town of Southold Economic Development Committee & Stony Brook University
Business Basics: March 18 @ 5:00pm
Creating a Business Plan: April 15 @ 5:00pm
Guerilla Marketing: May 20 @ 5:00pm
Authors Unlimited Field Trip on Saturday, April 13th at St. Josephs College
Sign up for your bus seat at the Library today for your chance to meet with some of your favorite authors.
Prom Dress Drive with the North Fork Libraries and Town of Southold Youth Bureau
Drop off your used, modern dresses until April 1st.
Visit the Showcase on Saturday, April 6th from 1-5pm and Sunday, April 7th from 1-4pm
Visit our Baby Chicks in the Library through the month of May! (Let us know if interested in adoption)
Annual Spring Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 13th at 1:00pm (open to all!)
Get your Passport Application prepared at your Library!
Prepare for the summer months with exercise classes from Yoga to Walking Fit!
Find a great read! (see below for popular suggestions)
Adult Fiction Suggestions:
"The Island of Sea Women" By Lisa Lee
"Every Breath" By Nicholas Sparks
"We Must be Brave" By Frances Liardet
"The Last Romantics" By Tara Conklin
And so much more, we urge you to try something new!
|Reserve a Lawn Game Today!
Many games to choose from - including croquet, bocce ball, KanJam, giant Jenga and more!
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The mission of the Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library is to promote lifelong learning through the acquisition, organization and preservation of information and through offering services in an environment that will support the community’s educational, cultural, recreational, and professional interests.