Ice Cream Sundae & Photo Booth Grand Finale Be A Rye Reading Buddy! Why Does The Library Matter To You? Novel Night 2018 Love the Library Battle of the Books!

Ice Cream Sundae & Photo Booth Grand Finale

Family Fun Night: Ice Cream Sundae & Photo Booth Grand Finale
For Participants of the Summer Reading Program only!

Be A Rye Reading Buddy!

The Rye Free Reading Room is recruiting students from kindergarten to 3rd grade for our the Reading Buddies program where children read to residents from the Osborn Home. Every second and fourth Friday of the month. Check the Events Calendar. Contact the library at 914 231-3162 for more information or to sign up.

Why Does The Library Matter To You?

Tell us why the Rye Free Reading Room matters to you/your family. Email your thoughts to,  (by August 30th) so we can collect and share your stories!

Novel Night 2018

Are you prepared for a moonlit adventure? Sign up for the Novel Night invitation list now!

Love the Library

Your support of the Rye Free Reading Room keeps our doors open, our shelves stocked, and our building beautiful. Donate today!

Battle of the Books!

Battle of the Books is a book-based trivia tournament for Westchester youth grades 4-10. 

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