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See digital versions of the

LaFayette JR/SR High School

yearbooks from 1920-2001.

Library Resources Quick Find

Library Hours

  (see top of page for holiday exceptions)

Monday  10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Tuesday  10:00 am to 7:00 pm

Wednesday  10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Thursday  10:00 am to 7:00 pm

Friday  10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Saturday  10:00 am to 2:00 pm

April 8, 2024 is Eclipse Day!

      The LaFayette Public Library

will be OPEN from 10 am to 12 noon. 

 

The library will CLOSE at noon so that everyone can enjoy the eclipse. Thank you for your understanding.

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Enjoy the works of talented local artists on display.  See the wonderful collections local people have.

Current Display

from the collection of
LaFayette artist
Margaret Mallia


Paintings, Mosaics, dolls,
and other artworks


 

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Community Puzzlers


The library has many puzzles for people to borrow, but we also have an ongoing puzzle project in the library.  Anyone is welcome to put in some (or many) pieces.

Reader Tools

Recommended reads, reviews, book-related articles, book clubs, author interviews, and more!

Pages of Book
What's Next?
 

Find the title of the next (or previous) book in that series you are enjoying...from the

 

What's Next®: Books in Series Database of Kent District Library.

Trying to find your next book? This site is highly recommended. Reader's advisory and so much more!

Mix and match categories such as attention-getting, snarky, complex, and mystical...

Tutorial below

Focus on

Library Resources

Are you a New York Times fan?

Did you know the library has this newspaper and others to read
for free?  Follow this link, enter your library card number, and a publication page will appear. Select the second of the three options.  Today's edition, as well as full text back to 1985, is available.

Brainfuse has help for:

  • GED test

  • US Citizenship test

  • FASFA

  • Virtual meeting room

  • Virtual whiteboard

  • Practice tests of all kinds

  • Writing lab

  • LIVE ONLINE Tutors from 2 to 11 PM, seven days a week for students of all ages

  • Chess tutors

The first time you log into Brainfuse you may see an OCLC screen that looks something  like the one shown below.  Use your library card number as your username.  Use your library card PIN as the password.  Contact the library with questions.

We have two County park passes and four NYS park passes, available first come first serve. You can borrow the passes for three days. Below are links to see if they are available.  (Scroll down past the description.)

Check for County pass availability

Check for State pass availability

Libraries are essential pillars of our democracy: they allow us to be better citizens by providing free and equal access to information, resources, and ideas.


Libraries are also central pillars of our humanity: they offer the chance to
explore the lives of others, their varied perspectives, and unique sufferings and triumphs.

We are committed to serving as a safe space for people to connect, learn, and
grow with and from one another.  Systemic racism, prejudice, and discrimination are counter to our mission and values, and we reject them in all their forms. We stand with library workers, with library users, and with members of the community we serve and support who have been mistreated, endangered, or threatened, simply for being who they are.

Community Health

The library has Free
Narcan kits
Fentanyl Test Strips
Medication Disposal Bags 


Learn more
 

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