The Friends of the Library Book Shop at Feed and Seed is open 9am to 1pm every Saturday through mid-October. The shop is completely stocked with hundreds of new and gently used books for adults and children. Each week special collections will be highlighted and new books will be added as donations come into the library.
Who We Are We are friendly people of all ages who love the Kinderhook Memorial Library and recognize its importance to our community. Friends give a voice to the message that accessbile library services are a necessity in our community.
What We Do We share our time and talents to enhance the programs and services of the library. Our volunteer services free up tax dollars for other library needs. We also:
Raise funds to supplement library resources
Plan and sponsor special programs and events
Promote the use and enjoyment of the library
Lend our hands to help maintain the library and the library grounds
Assist with library mailings
Want to Make a Difference at KML?
JOIN NOW Complete the membership form and send it in with your check made payable to the Friends of the Kinderhook Memorial Library
CONTACT USContact us and find out how your ideas and hands-on contributions can positively effect our community
The Friends of the Kinderhook Memorial Library, PO Box 54, Kinderhook, NY 12106 is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and all contributions are tax-deductible.
Celebrate the arrival of spring as Anne Schomaker of the Kinderhook Garden Club conducts a hands on workshop to help us make our own beautiful fresh flower arrangement. All materials will be supplied- just bring clippers. Register by calling or visiting the Library; space will be limited. Sponsored by the Friends of the Kinderhook Memorial Library. A brief General Membership Meeting will precede the workshop and refreshments will be served.
With sadness, the Kinderhook Memorial Library says goodbye to an old and dear friend. Mr. John Pickett passed away on February 28, 2015. He was a regular fixture at the Library for many years. Nearly every day he came to read the newspapers, browse the financial pages, and visit with his many friends. He was a true gentleman who never stopped learning .