Mount Kisco Public Library

Mount Kisco Public Library

100 East Main Street, Mount Kisco, NY 10549
(914) 666-8041 | Fax (914) 666-3899


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Available for Adult Patrons at the Mount Kisco Public Library

FREE Downloadable e-Books/Audiobooks/Music

Freading How it Works Freading is one of the Library's eBook collections. eBooks are available in ePub and/or PDF format. Click on the logo to access Freading.

Overdrive How it Works Overdrive is a FREE online digital media service available to all patrons. Overdrive is accessible with a Westchester Library card. A patron may download, checkout, organize, burn and transfer best-sellers in digital format. Try out the newest in library technologies in the comfort of your home! Overdrive Advantage are titles specifically purchased for Mount Kisco Public Library card holders.

Note: At-home access to items marked with an red mkpl indicating access is limited to Mount Kisco cardholders.


Audiofile Please check out the website. Suggestions for the best audiobooks of the year are here for your for listening enjoyment.

Freegal How it Works Freegal is a downloadable music service that the Westchester Library System subscribes to. All you need to access the service is your Westchester Library card. You do not need any special software to use the service and all songs are in MP3 format with no Digital Rights Management (DRM).

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Brown Bag Book Discussion Group

Meets one Wednesday each month at 1:30 PM (Except August). Check our calendar here: Click for Complete Calendar

Since February 2000 the Brown Bag Book Group has enjoyed reading a wide selection of entertaining and thought-provoking books. Martha Iwan, Reference/Media Librarian, enjoys working with diverse readers who are always ready to tackle an interesting literary challenge, old or new!

All adult Library patrons are welcome to join our group and experience the joys of discussing and sharing adventures in reading. As an informal group, we take turns picking our favorites to discuss during the monthly meeting, rather than maintaining a set reading schedule. Below are some of our recent choices and upcoming titles.

Contact: Martha Iwan, Reference/Media Librarian/Book Discussion Leader at (914) 864-0136.

Looking for something to read? Check out these sites:

Book Reporter Good Reads NY Times Best Sellers Oprah's Book Club Your Next Read

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The Mount Kisco Public Library Study Room
One on One Computer/Digital Media Help at Your Library

Computer & Digital Media Help

FREE Personal one on one help.

Saturdays, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM. Bring your computer questions and devices to get the answers you need. No appointment necessary. For more information call: (914) 864-0038.



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Job Information Center

Try FirstFind.org The library's Job Information Center contains materials on career planning, resumes, small business and more.

FirstFind is a website that connects you to useful information and tools about education, jobs and families. Firstfind also provides links to agencies in Westchester that can give you more information and help about these topics. Click on the logo to the left for more information.
Learning Express Library Learning Express Library Whatever your goal, LearningExpress Library's resources will help you succeed. Each of our Learning Centers offers the practice tests, exercises, skill-building courses, eBooks, and information you need to achieve the results you want at school, at work, or in life. Looking to land a job? You'll find an entire Learning Center dedicated to helping you get the one that's right for you.
Career & Educational Counseling Service Jobs & Careers Facing a difficult work situation? Need help planning or managing your career? Thinking about work options you have after 50? Westchester Library System (WLS) runs specialized programs with trained professionals to guide you in your career path.

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Museum Passes

The Mount Kisco Public Library is offering family guest passes to the following museums:

The Aldrich Museum
Intrepid Air and Space Museum
Katonah Museum of Art
The Neuberger Museum
Stamford Museum
Maritime Center at Norwalk

In order to provide equal access for all Mount Kisco Public Library cardholders, the following policies for borrowing museum passes have been established by the Library Board of Trustees.


Family pass kits (usually for 2 adults and up to 4 children) are available to adult (18 or older) Mount Kisco Public Library cardholders in good standing. Pass kits will not be issued to any cardholder who owes fines for overdue or lost materials.


The loan period is 3 days, including 2 overnights. Pass kits must be returned to the Mount Kisco Public Library before closing on the 3rd day. Pass kits returned to any other library will result in a $30 fee due to delays in our receiving the kit. Pass kits must be returned inside the Library, at the Checkout Desk (not the bookdrop) or a $30 fine will be imposed. The tickets for the Katonah Museum of Art do not need to be returned as they are a one-time only ticket.


In order to allow everyone an opportunity to have the passes for the Intrepid Museum, we are limiting the lending period of passes to once a year per household. These passes are made possible through the generosity of the Library Foundation.


Mount Kisco Public Library cardholders may reserve a pass kit up to one month in advance by contacting the Checkout Desk in person or by telephone at (914) 666-8041.


Pass kits may not be renewed. Families and individuals may borrow only one pass kit at a time.


Late fees of $10 per day, up to the full cost of the pass kit, will be imposed for every day the pass kit (or any part thereof) is late. Replacement cost for lost pass kits is the full cost of the pass kit.


It is the borrower’s responsibility to confirm hours of operation, parking fees, etc.


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Art Exhibits

Art Exhibitor’s Contract
Art Exhibitor's Contract

A new art exhibit can be enjoyed monthly in the Community Room on the second floor of the Library. Information on the scheduled exhibits can be found on the Library calendar.

Click for Complete Calendar or by calling the Library at (914) 666-8041.

Artists wishing to exhibit can complete the Art Exhibitors' Contract (on the right) and return it to the Library.



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