Home

Library News

OPEN!

The library is OPEN for in-person browsing 

Visits limited to 1-hour

The library will continue to operate with limited hours:

10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.
Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m,
and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Library materials will no longer be quarantined per CDC guidance

  • Masks are required
  • Hand sanitizer is available
  • Social distancing is requested
Curbside pick-up will continue to be available for those who prefer not to enter the library.

KEEP READING →

Storytime Videos on HML’s Facebook page

For families missing our in-person storytime programs, we are posting VIRTUAL STORYTIME on our HML Facebook page.

ONLINE STORY CORNER

or

JOURNEY WITH JOURNEY

We would like to thank all of the publishers that are allowing libraries to read their books through online storytime programs. (Storytime video links will expire. This timeframe varies by publisher.)

Our goal continues to be a focus on early literacy by helping children build a strong foundation for learning, and encouraging a lifelong love of reading.

   

   

Journey is an Australian labradoodle dog in training. He loves being read to. Take a virtual trip with Journey as he explores our wonderful world through books. Come along and see new places through the eyes of a puppy! Take a journey with Journey.

KEEP READING →

Ancestry Research

There is temporary remote access to ANCESTRY LIBRARY EDITION.

Use your LIBRARY CARD number and password for access and Log in HERE

What is the difference between Ancestry.com and Ancestry Library Edition? ancestry and ale 112018.pdf

 

KEEP READING →

 Remote printing to the Library

KEEP READING →

HML’s friends group is always looking for new members

Friends of Heermance Memorial Library

The Friends of the Library formed in 1991 to raise funds for books. Today, as volunteers, we raise needed funds, develop activities, and sponsor events.

The Friends of Heermance Memorial Library meets the 2nd Thursday of each month at 6 pm in The Heermance Memorial Library. All are welcome.

KEEP READING →

Arm Yourself with INFORMATION:

Coronavirus (COVID-19)  Information You Can Trust:

Information from Local, State, and National Agencies:

Monitor the Cluster Action Initiative from New York ForwardNYS provides a lookup tool so you can find out if your home or neighborhood is located within a coronavirus hot spot.
Look to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for some of the most comprehensive information available regarding the coronavirus outbreak.
Center for Disease Control – Coronavirus page
NYS Dept. of Health - Coronavirus page
Albany County Department of Health - Coronavirus page
Greene County Government - Coronavirus page
Columbia County Dept. of Health - Coronavirus page
Albany Medical Center Hospital - Coronavirus page
St Peter's Hospital - St Peter's Health Partners - Coronavirus page
Columbia Memorial Hospital - Coronavirus page
World Health Organization (WHO)

KEEP READING →