Summer Programs 2014

It’s That Time Again! Sign-Up For Summer Programs at the Library. Check out our fantastic line-up of programs for children – adults either on our online calendar or by stopping in the library for our summer programs hand-out. When you know which class you’d like to attend give us a call at 966-8205 to register. […]

Fizz Boom Read

Summer Reading Program

2014 Summer Reading Program  -  Fizz, Boom, Read (July 1 – August 23)  This summer the Greenville Library will be offering a variety of programs for children. Activities will range from workshops and programs for elementary, middle schoolers and teens. Visit the library this summer and let your child discover the adventure and fun of […]


New Catalog

The Mid-Hudson Library System is proud to present a brand new online catalog with improved search features to connect you with what you want faster than ever! It looks a little different and does a lot more. At search.midhudsonlibraries.org you now have access to “one-stop shopping” – a single search box that will search across […]


eBooks for Kids!

  The library has expanded services with a new digital collection website experience just for kids. The main MHLS Digital Download Collection now has a separate site to provide a safe and easy browsing experience for kids. Libraries recognize the need to provide a safe environment for kids to browse library materials. Just as the […]


Welcome to the Greenville Public Library website

We have a lot to offer and hope you’ll take the time to explore our site.  Search the catalog for books, magazines, talking books, DVDs, and CDs. Place reserves or renew your library materials online. Search hundreds of newspapers and thousands of full-text magazines and journals, find current, reliable Health Information or learn a language. […]


Greenville Local History Group

    Don Teator, Town Historian, invites the public to attend the Greenville Local History Group meetings held in the libraries large community room the second Monday of the month, April thru November, at 7:30.  The Greenville Local History Group newsletter can be found at http://www.dteator.com/glhg/glhg.htm The Town of Greenville Historian’s holdings are listed in […]