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10AM - 5PM
10AM - 9PM
(914) 591-7840
12 South Astor Street
Irvington, NY 10533

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(see our Calendar of Events for a full list of upcoming events)

  • 2014/09/09 - We have single admission passes for the New York Hall of Science (in Queens, see You may have two passes. These are not re-usable passes. First come, first serve. Made possible by Friends of the Irvington Library.
  • 2014/09/05 - On Monday, September 1, 2014, a raccoon that was acting aggressively was captured at the Irvington waterfront, 1 Bridge Street and has tested positive for rabies. The raccoon was observed attacking several cats, two of which were killed and one that managed to run away. Please call the Westchester County Department of Health, immediately at (914) 813-5000 if you believe that you, a family member or your pet may have had any contact with this raccoon or the injured cat that it attacked. Anyone bitten by a rabid animal or having contact with its saliva may need to receive immediate post-exposure rabies treatment. When administered early enough, before symptoms develop, the treatment is 100% effective. Once symptoms occur in humans or animals, the disease is fatal. To protect yourself from rabies, NEVER feed, handle or approach wild or stray animals.
  • 2014/09/04 - We have a new Library Director: Rosemarie Gatzek. She will begin working at the Library on Tuesday, September 16th. Come by and say "hello."
  • 2014/09/03 - The Board of Trustees of the Irvington Public Library will meet on Monday, September 15 at 7:30 p.m.
  • 2014/08/28 - 8-week Career / Life courses by (WEBS) Career & Educational Counseling Service start soon. Sign up has begun. Also, there is one-on-one career counseling. WEBS is free. Find out more or register by calling 914-674-3612.