About the Library
The Newfield Public Library will provide a comprehensive collection of materials and services to meet the informational and recreational reading needs of a growing, changing community.
The library has been serving the community since 1894. It received its permanent charter from the state in 1900. It is currently housed in the former Grange building, which was donated to the library in 1970. The previous library building was destroyed in the 1969 fire. The library underwent a major expansion and renovation in the 1990s. The library has since grown in the number of patrons served, services offered, and hours open.
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Tammy Kubinec, Director
Throughout the year, the library relies on assistance from volunteers. Volunteer opportunities are available in the following areas:
bakers and workers for bake sales
Old Home Days parade committee
Board of Trustees
Debi Brown, President
Debbie Lazinsky, Vice President
Karin Eisenberg, Treasurer
Covered Bridge Keepsake
Purchase a Cat's Meow keepsake of the covered bridge on ebay or at the library.
Town of Newfield Contacts
166 Main Street
M-Thu 8-4; F 7-1
77 Main Street
564-7222; 911 for emergencies
298 Main Street
M-F 9-4:45 (closed 12:30-1:30);