Programs For Adults
Do You Have a Social Security Strategy?
Join Robert Leitner, CFP, RIA, on April 5 at 2PM. He will share his expertise to help you to make an informed decision about when and how to claim retirement and spousal benefits. This program is free, and there is no obligation.
Mah Jongg Classes with Regina Klenosky.
Mondays, from 12 Noon to 2:00 PM
Click on the date to register. Free!
Beginning Yoga, taught by Nicole of YogaWorks, Irvington.
Wednesdays, from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Free! Be sure to wear comfortable clothing, and bring your own mat if you have one. Register for one class, or for all.
10:30 -11:30 a.m.
Registration required. Telephone 591-7840 to register,
or online, here.
Please bring your own yoga mat and blocks, if you have them.
Memoir Writing Workshop guided by Catherine Wald
Registration required! Free.
March 10, March 17, March 31 from 1PM to 3PM
One on One Training and Computer Help
Mon. 10am – 12pm, Tues, Weds. & Sat. 10am – 5pm
Are you curious about e-Mail? Do you need help setting up Facebook? Do you want to download a book into your new device?
Call the Reference Desk to make an appointment: 914-591-7963
The Thursday Evening Book Club will meet April 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Irvington Library Program Room.
The Group will discuss Serena by Ron Rash
Copies of this book will be available for checkout at the circulation desk.
"We have Nook E-Readers pre-loaded with Game of Thrones, Clash of Kings, Storm of Swords, Feast for Crows, A Dance with Dragons and Gone Girl. Find out here about borrowing a Nook e-reader.
Irvington Public Library card holders in good standing and the age of 18 or older may borrow the museum passes and discount cards. Call 914-591-7840 and ask for adult reference or visit our Museum Passes page for more information. Museum passes are made possible through the generosity of Friends of the Irvington Library.
What is the exhibit in the Martucci Gallery? Find out here.
Tiffany Reading Room
Tiffany Reading Room is available for public use. This beautifully-designed space features glowing “turtleback” lanterns, gleaming mosaics, and gilded quotations carved into heavy ceiling beams. The Tiffany Reading Room is located in Village Hall (not the Library), 85 Main St., Irvington, NY. Find out more here.
See the latest "Washington Irving Books Awards"
Since 1987, these Awards have been celebrating local authors and promoting reading. Read books written by your neighbors. Click on the image to visit the Awards page.
Our library programs continue to remain free to our patrons, thanks to the financial support of the Friends of Irvington Library. Please consider joining the Friends today!