Photos
Reviews
4.6
11 Reviews
Tell people what you think
Lydia Shaternik
· December 16, 2017
Easily accessible resources, helpful and friendly staff, inspiring building architecturally with a great view, timely programs, affordable and exciting outings. Just wonderful all around.
Theresa Maritato
· February 10, 2018
I facilitate programs for kids and teens and their patrons are wonderful. The librarians and staff are very helpful too!
Lisa Dalland Jahrs
· November 13, 2016
What a special place! Everyone is so nice, and my friends artwork was displayed beautifully.
Carolyn Gay Clinch
· October 11, 2014
Great staff. Very helpful .
Love the atmosphere. I have always found what I am looking for. If they don't have it they will get it for you .
Yvette Malavet-Blum
· January 5, 2017
I love Montauk and I love the Library ... its a wonderful place.
John Smith
January 25, 2012
The Montauk Library is AWESOME!!!!
Videos
The Montauk Library has something for everyone, and more people than ever are enjoying what we have to offer.
15
Happy National Library Worker's Day to the incredible Montauk Library team!!
23
Saturday at the library, compressed into 2 minutes.
9
3
Posts

#flashback For quite a few Aprils in the 1940s & 50s, cattle herds were driven from the train station in Montauk to Deep Hollow Ranch, where cowboys like these, photographed by Dave Edwardes circa 1951, tended to them! Visit us for Montauk history@ http://bit.ly/2CTfk8V #fbf

Image may contain: one or more people, sky, outdoor and nature

It's Day 18 of chick incubation which is such an important day for the chicks! They were moved out of the egg turner, the humidity was increased & they have only a few days before the hatch! They will be arriving on April 23, watch them on our chick cam@ http://bit.ly/2HcNl7X

This is the live view from the inside of our chick-egg incubator. The incubator maintains the eggs at constant 100 degrees Fahrenheit, and a humidity of about 50%. It also periodically rotates the eggs, so each time you check back you may see the eggs in a different position. We anticipate the eggs....
montauklibrary.org