Mon. & Thurs. 1-5 &6-9
Tues. & Fri. 10-5
Closed Wed. & Sun.
Also closed for all federal holidays
Schoharie Free Association Library
103 Knower Avenue
P.O. Box 519
Schoharie, NY 12157-0519
Phone & Fax 518-295-7127
1. I-88 to Exit 23
2. Rt. 30A to Rt. 30
3. Rt. 30 to Schoharie (Main Street)
4. Main Street to Bridge Street
5. Up Bridge Street one block to Knower Avenue; Library is on the corner
Borrowing books and other materials
Books, magazines, CDs, CD-ROMs and audio books may be borrowed for 2 weeks. DVDS may be borrowed by adults only (age 16 and older) for 1 week. The overdue fine for all materials is 10 cents a day to a maximum of $5.00 per item. Materials may be renewed in person when the Library is open or 24 hours/day by calling the answering machine at 295-7127. We will need to know your name and the item(s) you wish to renew.
Get a library card
To get a bar-coded library card, fill out an application, which is available at the Circulation Desk. You will need to show some form of photo ID, such as a valid driver’s license, and a piece of mail addressed to you at your current address. The card is accepted at ALL MVLS/SALS libraries in the eight counties of the joint system, subject to that library’s rules and regulations.
The fax machine is part of the phone/answering machine at the Circulation Desk. The staff will send your fax for you while you wait. Copy to be sent must be in a condition acceptable to the equipment, so if we have to make a copy, you will be charged for that copy. Charges are:
Local number – $1.00 International – $5.00 per page
To receive a fax, use 518-295-7127 as the number. Please alert the staff you expect an incoming fax. We will NOT call you when it arrives; it is your responsibility to pick up your fax. Charge is $1.00/incoming.
The Library is not responsible for successful receipt by the destination fax, nor for and data or loss of data arising during the use of its fax equipment.
The library’s free wi-fi is non-passworded and is used at the patron’s
risk . It is understood that wireless is an unsecured environment.
The Library is not responsible for patron’s equipment and will not
troubleshoot connectivity, etc.
Make a donation to the Library
Please make your donation to the Schoharie Free Library.
The Library is a 501(c)(3) institution and gifts are tax-deductible.
We have a Homebound Patrons program that was developed to replace the “Books by Mail” program. For more information, please contact the Library for an information packet and application.
Downloadable eBooks & eAudiobooks through Overdrive :
Library Lending Policies (policies apply system-wide)
You can check out up to 4 titles. The lending period can vary from
title to title.
Your Cart will hold up to 5 titles at a time.
Titles are removed from your Cart after 30 minutes so that other
users can have the chance to check them out.
Returning & Renewing
Some titles can be returned before they expire.
Titles cannot be renewed, but you can check them out again
after they expire if they are still available.
Up to 5 titles can be placed on hold at one time.
We’ll send you an email when a title becomes available.
You have 3 days to check out your hold after we email
you notice that it is available.
You can cancel a hold by following these steps…
Login to your account.
Click the My Holds link.
Click a title’s Remove link to cancel the hold.
Digital Magazine Collection
These are the available titles as of Sept. 2017.
American Girl Magazine, Astronomy, Better Homes & Gardens, Clean Eating, Click, Cook’s Illustrated, Cosmopolitan, Country Gardens, Country Living, Diabetic Living, Discover, Do It Yourself, Dr. Oz The Good Life, Dwell, EatingWell, Elle, ESPN The Magazine, Esquire, Every Day with Rachel Ray, Family Circle, FamilyFun, Family Handyman, Filmfare, First for Women, Food Network Magazine, Gluten-Free Living, Good Housekeeping, HGTV Magazine, Highlights for Children, House Beautiful, J-14, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, Ladybug, Macworld, Martha Stewart Living, Martha Stewart Weddings, Men’s Fitness, Men’s Health, Men’s Journal, Mother Earth News, National Geographic Interactive, National Geographic Traveler Interactive, Newsweek, O, OK! Magazine, OUT, Outside, PCWorld, Popular Mechanics, Popular Photography, Popular Science, Redbook, Rodale’s Organic Life, Rolling Stone, Runner’s World, Seventeen, Shape, Smithsonian Magazine, Taste of Home, Taste of Home Hoilday Teen Vogue, The Atlantic, The Economist, The New Yorker, Us Weekly, weight Watchers, WIRED, Women’s Health, Yoga Journal.