The Library's mission is to encourage a love of reading, storytelling and learning by providing free year-round access to its collection, programs and technology in a traditional, friendly, and charming setting for islanders of all ages.
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August 12, Tuesday, 5:30-6:30 pm. Reading and Q&A with Lea Carpenter. Summer resident Lea Carpenter's debut novel, Eleven Days, received rave reviews from critics and military leaders alike. With parallels to the Iliad, the novel tells the story of a missing Navy Seal through his mother's eyes.
To honor Peter’s many years as President of the Library Board and his continued serviceand as a tribute to his love of sailing, the library initiated The Peter Brinckerhoff Nautical Lecture Series in 2010.
Rescheduled from August 5 – New Date TBA (please check our website or Fishersisland.net):
Take a look at the exciting design proposals for the Library and its environs made possible by the Marcie Madden Fund. Click on the presentation and scroll down to review. Then please send us your comments. Thank you!
Have your kids grown up? Are you almost over your Will Smith phase? Maybe its time to edit your DVD collection! The Fishers Island Library is trying to expand its current DVD holdings. As DVDs are a very popular item, your donations will go a long way in helping us increase our offerings. Simply leave your gently used DVDs on the porch and we will promise them a good home. Feel free to come by and visit them whenever you want. Thank you in advance!
The Fishers Island Library has been hosting monthly Adult Book Discussions on a regular basis since 1996. All reading members of our island community are welcome to attend. Even if you haven't read the book being discussed, it is likely that you'll find a way to contribute to the discussion.
Book selections range from classics, biographies, books on history and current events, popular beach reads, mystery, science fiction, children's classics and more.
For many years the library has had jigsaw puzzles set up in the Martha Ferguson Memorial Reading room. It's the perfect activity for young and old. Also a nice reason to escape the house on a rainy day!
So stop on in, put in a couple of pieces and meet new people!