Join us for 2021 Summer Reading!
Summer Hours resuming May 17, 2021
9am – 1pm
1pm – 7pm
9am – 1pm
1pm – 7pm
9am – 1pm
9am – 12pm
Welcome to the Interlaken Public Library
in the historic
Hinman Memorial Library Building
Off-Street Parking Coming Soon!
The Interlaken Public Library has secured a New York State Construction Grant for the addition of off-street parking with lighting on our property. The new parking area will provide for safe loading and unloading of our beloved patrons and community members. With an entrance on Route 96, patrons can easily access the safer parking area once it’s complete. More details coming soon!
The Interlaken Public Library has FREE WI-FI 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Available in the library and in the adjacent park.
Available 24/7 from the comfort of home
Join Caryn for a restorative chair yoga class in the comfort and safety of your home. Each Tuesday we will be updating this video for participants. No video-conferencing required, just press start any time that’s convenient for you. Available in the library Tuesdays at 11:45am once in-person programming resumes. Funding provided by STEPS of Seneca County
Libby, by Overdrive
Libby allows tablet, smartphone and kindle users to easily access ebooks and audiobooks using your library card. With an improved interface, this is one of the easiest ways to access digital media while you’re away from the library. The app will walk you thru connecting your library card and how to download material. Your login is your library card number and your pin is the last 4 digits of your phone number on file with the library.
Overdrive allows tablet, smartphone and kindle users to access ebooks and audiobooks using your library card. With hundreds of items to choose from, users can digitally ‘check out’ items from their local library. Users have the option to download items to a kindle or ereader or to view as a PDF. Your login is your library card number and your pin is the last 4 digits of your phone number on file with the library.
If you’re stuck inside and trying to use this time to tackle some family genealogy research, Heritage Quest is a great resource. It’s an online database of records with broad searchability. Created by ancestory.com, users can access the database for free thru the library system.
Step 1: Go to flls.org and select the FOR THE PUBLIC drop down menu. Click on HeritageQuest. Users will be redirected to the main search page of HeritageQuest.
Step 2: Begin your search.
Something to keep in mind – if you’re searching for a specific person in a specific place, remember that town names changes, county lines move, and misspellings did occur. Keep searches to within a date range, and search criteria broad enough not to exclude results that may be helpful.