The Warner Library - 121 North Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591
Phone: (914) 631-7734 Fax: (914) 631-2324
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 Pass by the Warner Library to refill your Pokemon GO inventory on one of our three PokeStops and even challenge our popular Gym! 


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ABC Mouse FREE for Library Patrons!

This colorful website provides a fun, interactive curriculum for children in pre-K, kindergarten, and early elementary school programs! And now it's available free for library patrons. Simply click HERE to create an account with your library card number!

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Follow the Allies as they plan and execute the largest invasion in history on the beaches of Normandy and then push their way to the heart of Germany to achieve victory in Europe.

Please sign up at the Reference Desk (914) 631-7734.

Thursday, October 27 - 7pm

Bling out your costume with electronics!

In this 3-session course you will learn how to attach simple circuits to paper, fabric and conductive materials to create interactive costumes. Light up your mask or add some buzz to your costume! Then, show it off in the Tarrytown Halloween Parade on October 29th! PLUS! Receive 10 hours of community service for completing the class and marching in the parade!


Saturday, October 29 at 4:30pm

The library's driveway will be closed off at 4:30pm for the Halloween Parade. Please plan your library visit accordingly.

Sunday, October 30 at 2 PM/

John Marshall presents "The Legend of North Tarrytown," a comedy version of the popular tale.

In the Reading Room.  Refreshments

Pass by the library as one of your Trick-or-Treat destinations this Halloween for some deliciously spooky treats! 

Thursday, November 3, 2016 at 7pm

Elizabeth Kemble, founder of Travellati Tours, will give an illustrated talk on Hemingway's Paris at the Warner Library in Tarrytown. Liz will share the places that Hemingway frequented in Paris, such as La Closerie des Lilas, the café where he wrote his masterpiece, The Sun Also Rises, in a coffee fueled six-week sprint; as well as the famous people he associated with, such as Gertrude Stein and F. Scott Fitzgerald; and the painters that he says influenced his prose style (hint: Cézanne).... MORE INFO

Monday, November 7 at 7pm


Signup required, call 914-631-7734. Cheryl Williams will guide you through learning about LinkedIn and how to apply it to your job search, business, and home life.

Thursday, November 10 at 7 PM

Voice-over actor Alan Sklar reads stories by Saki, including The Romancers, Mrs. Packletide's Tiger, Gabriel Ernest, and The Stalled Ox.

Note: The Warner Library Book Group choice for November is the same group of stories. Discussion will follow Alan's presentation.


Saturday, November 12 at 2 pm

A Poetry Extravaganza featuring the works of


Michael Collins

Claudine Nash

Lisa Rhodes-Ryabchich

Michael Collins poems have received Pushcart Prize nominations and appeared in more than 50 journals and magazines, including  Grist, Kenning Journal, Pank, and Smartish Pace. His first chapbook, How to Sing when People Cut off your Head and leave it Floating in the Water, won the Exact Change Press Chapbook Contest in 2014. A full-length collection Psalmandala was published later that year, and a second chapbook Harbor Mandala appeared in 2015  and was published through... MORE INFO