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About the Library


Address:  99 Montcalm Street, Ticonderoga, NY 12883

Manager:  Heather Johns

Phone:  (518) 585-7380

Fax:  (518) 585-3209

Library Catalog: Enterprise Catalog


Our Services

* Public Computer Stations with Printer

* WiFi Internet Access

* NY Times Bestsellers Books & Audiobooks

* Ebooks

* DVD’s—Adults & Children

* Faxing, Copying & Scanning Services

* Daily Newspapers

* Magazines—Adults & Children

* Reference Books

* Puppets, Puzzles & Flashcards

* Interlibrary Loan Services

* Discounts for Wild Center, Adirondack Experience & Echo Center

* Annual Summer Reading Program


* Patrons must sign in at the Circulation Desk prior to using a computer.

* Black and white printer.

* Time limit: 1/2 hour.  Enforced as needed.

* Access to WiFi, feel free to bring your laptops.

Borrowing Policy

* Loan period for books and magazines—2 weeks

* DVDs—Limit of 3 for 3 day loan.

Renewal Policy

Items may be renewed by calling, in person at the library, or by logging in to your account at

Inter-Library Loans

Any book that is not part of our collection may be acquired through our Inter-Library Loan service.  Inquire at the circulation desk for assistance.


Adults:  Mystery, Fiction, Non-Fiction, Large Print, Books on CD, Cookbooks, Reference Books, History, Craft Books, Travel Books, Ticonderoga and Adirondack History, Classical Literature, Magazines, DVDs and Newspapers.

Teens/Children:  Young Adult Books, Juvenile Fiction, Easy Readers, Picture Books, Board Books, Books on CD, DVDs, Magazines, Puzzles and Puppets.

Our Mission

Our mission is to inspire lifelong learning, advance knowledge, and strengthen our community.

1. We inspire lifelong learning by creating more able learners and readers.

2. We advance knowledge by providing free and open access to materials and information.

3. We strengthen our community by promoting informed citizenship and participation in society.

To accomplish our mission we:

1. teach learning and information gathering skills.

2. provide resources, tools, and great spaces to work.

3. support creativity, research, and problem-solving.

4. bring people together to learn from each other.

5. identify, acquire, manage, and preserve items that inspire interest and advance horizons.

6. collaborate with other organizations whose materials and aims complement our own.

7. promote the development of essential skills and capabilities.

8. create a safe, reliable environment where we and our patrons can enjoy, honor, and engage with each other.

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