Restricted Re-Opening for the Library Starting 7/13. See further details below.

New at Argyle Free Library

2020 Board Meeting Dates

All board meetings are always open to the public!

June 8th at 6:30PM

July 13th at 6:30PM

August 10th at 6:30PM

September 14th at 6:30PM

October 12th at 6:30PM

November 9th at 6:30PM

December 14th at 6:30PM

Our value to the community in 2019: $276,727.15

Fresh & Free Produce At Argyle Free Library

In conjunction with the Southern Adirondack Library System and the Fresh Food Collective, Argyle Free Library will now be offering the community free, fresh produce on a weekly basis! Come into the library to pick up your produce from our new mini fridge located at the circulation desk. We ask that you only take what you will use.

Knitting Club


We welcome any hand-crafters at any experience level!

 Let's have a fun time as we knit together! 

The Knitting Club meets every Wednesday from 2:00pm-4:00pm 

Library Re-Opening Details

Starting this Monday, July 13th, the library will be re-opening with restrictions in place and with modified hours.
The modified hours will be:
Monday: 2pm to 5pm
Tuesday and Thursday: 4pm to 7pm
Wednesday: 11am to 2pm
Saturday: 10am to 1pm 
We ask that patrons continue to return items to the outside bookdrop only. Mask wearing and social distancing when in the library is required.
Patrons may use the printer/fax machine/copier and the computers. They will be sanitized between uses. We ask that patrons do not "browse the stacks" at this point in time. If you would like a specific item please let staff know and they will get it for you with gloved hands.
There will be book displays with printed summaries so patrons can "grab, checkout, and go". We are trying to limit contact with library items as much as possible during this time. We are also still offering curbside for those that do not feel comfortable coming into the library.
Thank you for understanding!
If you have any questions please reach out to Adah at or by calling the library at 518-638-8911.

Electronic Resources

Here is a list of e-resources to be used at home during this time. These resources are great for homeschooling or to help cure boredom and anxiety as we practice social distancing. I will update with more as I learn of them!

Digital Resources

Additional Digital Resources


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Great Books Reading Club


The next meeting of the Great Books Reading Group is on May 23rd at 7pm. For more information, please email Mary Lou Strode at

New Book Policy


We have a new book policy here at AFL. Click the link below to read it:

Donated Book Policy