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Libraries around the Great Sacandaga Lake...



The Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery

The Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery (673-2314) on Erie Blvd. is well known for its impressive collection, which includes colonial portraits, many pieces by Winslow Homer, and works by other renowned artists such as Hopper, Whistler, Sargent and Remington. The Gallery Wilton Heritage Museum Copeland Covered Bridge, Edinburg was created in the 1920s by the founding president of the Beech-Nut Packing Company, Bartlett Arkell.

Gloversville Public Library
58 East Fulton Street
Gloversville, NY 12078
(518) 725-2819

Tuesday & Wednesday 10 am - 7 pm
Thursday & Friday 10 am - 6 pm
Saturday 10 am - 4 pm Closed Sunday and Monday

The Library will be closed in honor of Thanksgiving beginning at 1 pm on Wednesday, November 23 and all day on Thursday, November 24. Regular hours will resume on Friday, November 25th at 10 am.

Summer Hours for July through Labor Day Weekend
Tuesday-Friday 9am-7pm

Public Library

38 South Market Street
Johnstown, NY 12095
(518) 762-8317

The Johnstown Public Library is located in Johnstown, New York. The library is a 1902 Andrew Carnegie Library, built with funds donated by Mr. Carnegie and the residents of Johnstown. It is open seven days a week during the school year and five days during the summer months. Its holdings total over 40,000 pieces and of particular interest is the special collection of materials dedicated to preserving Johnstown history. In addition to Johnstown history, the collection supports the history of surrounding towns and villages in both Fulton and nearby Montgomery County. Included in the Local History collection are books, vertical files, diaries, Federal Census dating from 1790, church records, cemetery records and much more.

Lake Pleasant Library
Route 8
Speculator, NY 12164
(518) 548-4411



Hours are:
Monday 9-3
Tuesday 9-3
Wednesday 9-3
Thursday 9-3, 5-8
Friday 9-3
Saturday 9-noon
Sunday - Closed


Mohawk Valley Library System

Information on all public libraries in the Mohawk Valley

Northville Public Library
341 South Third Street
P.O. Box 1259
Northville, NY 12134
(518) 863-6922

The core of the Local History Collection at the Northville Public Library are materials relating to the Northville / Northampton, New York area, the Great Sacandaga Lake and the Sacandaga Park. Because the library itself is relative young, having opened in 1986, and most primary sources are held by municipalities or local historical societies, the collection is still relatively small. There are but a handful of secondary works written on these subjects. In recent years, with the assistance of Gail M. Cramer, Town Historian, and other volunteers, the library has begun to acquire local family genealogies, cemetery records, photocopies of scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings of local events and vital statistics. The largest portion of materials in the Local History Collection are works written about or relating to the Adirondacks in general: sports, environment, travelogues, history and photographic works

Piseco Library:
@ Piseco School, Rte 8, Piseco.
(518) 548-7555

Mon, 8:30-12:30pm
Wed, 12:30-4:30
Thurs, 7-9pm

Stony Creek Free Library
43 Harrisburg Rd
Stony Creek, NY 12878

(518) 696-5911?


Saratoga Springs
Public Library

The library is chartered to serve the residents of the Saratoga Springs Enlarged City School District (pop. 45,663). It is governed by a five-member board elected by district residents. Funds to operate the library come primarily from school district property taxes, and district residents must vote upon increases in local tax support.

The current 58,626 square foot building, which opened in 1995, is located on 1.92 acres in downtown Saratoga Springs one block east of Broadway between Henry and Putnam Streets.


Wells Library

Wells Library
Virginia Hosley Free Library)

1438 State Route 30
Wells, NY 12190
(518) 924-3102


The Wells Library was founded in 1998 by Virginia Hosley, and is run entirely by volunteers. We are a registered 501(c)3 not for profit library, with a mission to help enhance the social and cultural needs of our community. Some of our community activities include: monthly movie night, children's story time, a yearly family Easter Egg hunt, book sales and book signings promoting local authors. The library also writes a yearly grant, through the New York State Council on the Arts providing high quality entertainment during the winter months held at The Wells Community Hall.

Tuesday and Thursday 6-8pm
Saturday 10-12pm








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