Library News

American Girl Dolls at the Library

The Greenville Public Library is now lending American Girl Dolls. Our collection consists of Isabelle, Kaya, and Kit. Children will now have the opportunity to take home and play with these beloved dolls. The American Girl Doll Lending Program is made possible by a generous donation from one of our patrons. For complete details on this […]

Greenville Quilters

WANTED:     Persons who love fabric arts and quilting…we’d LOVE to meet you! Learn new quilting techniques and meet others with similar interests. Sew and chat! You’ll find the support and encouragement invaluable…with no fee! Open to all.  The Greenville Quilters meet every Wednesday from 1-3 pm in the Community Room at the Greenville Public Library, 1177 Route 32, Greenville, NY.  […]

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. […]

Creative Writing Class

Creative Writing Class   Sept. 11 – 15    10:00 – 12:00  Individuals of all Ages  Instructor – Ronni Miller    Ronni Miller, author of “Dance With The Elephants Free Your Creativity and Write” and Founder and Director of Write It Out, a motivational and expressive writing program for individuals of all ages, will teach a creative writing […]

Greene County Job Resource Center

Greene County Job Resource Center: Online access to help with finding a job & developing your career. Includes resumé & interviewing tips, job & career resources for veterans, practical answers to common questions about finding a job & more.

Learn a foreign language fast!

Looking for fun, interactive language lessons? Lessons available in over 30  languages !

Who’s in your family tree?

The Heritage Quest database through our website gives you anytime, anywhere access with your library card to a collection of genealogical and historical sources (with coverage dating back to the 1700s) that can help people find their ancestors and discover a place’s past.