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Brookhaven Free Library

 

Brookhaven Free Library

 

Brookhaven Free Library Website

Brookhaven Free Library News and Events


Phone: 631-286-1923
Fax: 631-286-0120
Address: 273 Beaver Dam Rd., Brookhaven, NY 11719
Email: broolib@suffolk.lib.ny.us

 

  Hours
Monday 9:30am-8:00pm
Tuesday 9:30am-8:00pm
Wednesday 9:30am-8:00pm
Thursday 9:30am-8:00pm
Friday 9:30am-5:00pm
Saturday 9:30am-5:00pm
Sunday (Sept-June) 12:00pm-4:00pm*

 



A Little Library With A Lot Going On!

Brookhaven Free Library

The Brookhaven Free Library as it exists today serves the entire South Country Central School District. Through the years the library's collection has grown to over 30,000 items, including videos, music CD's, large print books, DVD's, audio books, magazines and computer software.

We are a community minded, family oriented library that focuses on children's services and provides access to timely information technology and current materials for adults in a variety of formats. We offer a wide range of programs designed for our diverse and continually changing community.

Feel free to stop by and check out the Little Library with A Lot Going On!





         
Spring Events at the Brookhaven Free Library

Calendar

The Brookhaven Free Library has released its list of programs for March, April and May. All programs require prior registration unless specified. Registration can be made in person, online or phone. Programs that have fees attached require in-person registration at the Circulation Desk. They welcome grandchildren and out of district residents for all programs unless otherwise specified. Click here for the full Spring Program List.




         

The Brookhaven Free Library Celebrates Its Centennial

Brookhaven Library

One hundred years ago, a small group of women met at 285 Beaver Dam Road to discuss the possible formation of a suffrage club. After discussion, it was decided that a Library Club would be more helpful to the community, and so, the Fireplace Library Club was formed. The club grew and changed with time, was granted a charter, and became the Brookhaven Free Library. It has grown from a private club of 63 members and 500 books, to an active, modern, Public Library with over 30,000 volumes and almost 5,000 registered cardholders. On Sunday, May 20th, the Library held a celebration for their Centennial. There was music, food and drink, as well as historical presentations and artifacts on hand. The community-created quilt was on display, along with lots of other fun events. Click to see photos from the Celebration.