CRC Closed the week of January 15th

The Computer & Resource Center will be closed due to repairs the week of January 22nd. All programs for the week have been relocated to the main library building. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Children's Room closing

The Children's Room will be closed this Friday and Saturday, December 22 and 23 for construction. 


New Book Drop

Check out our brand new book drop located in the parking lot. For your convenience, in addition to books, you may now return DVDs, audiobooks, and CDs without getting out of your car.

Notary Hours

The hours for the notary public have recently changed. The hours are as follows:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Please call 931-1417 to check the notary availabilty prior to coming in. The fee for each notary signature is $2.00 (no credit cards).

One-on-one learning solutions for students and professionals. Work with a live tutor online for professional development, training, career help, homework help and peer coaching. Available from 2PM to 10PM everyday. Click here to check it out

New Database Reference USA

Check out Reference USA, Reference USA is the leading provider in business and consumer research. Our database helps users create marketing plans, conduct competitve analysis, raise funds, and locate people. Click the link below to check it out, you will use your library barcode to log in.

The Weekly Digital Edition of the New Yorker

The weekly digital edition of the New Yorker is now available for your Kindle, Ipad, or other reading device. Click here for more information

Natural Standard

Check out our recently added database "Natural Standard". Our newest addition to the collection includes high-quality, evidence-based information about complementary and alternative therapies, diet, exercise and nutrition.

Natural Standard

Local History Collection

If you are interested in coming in view our local history collection please contact the Reference Department. You can also search through hundreds of photos online by visiting and choosing the Hicksville Library's digital photo collection.

What's Going on Today

Savvy Sightseer Jeanne Schnupp take you on a tour of three of the country’s main cities shows just how diverse this region is in heritage and culture. e largest city in Switzerland and one of the nancial capitals of the world, Zurich is a mere 34
Registration for all January computer classes begins on Tuesday, January 2 at 9:00 a.m. at the Reference Desk. All computer classes will be held in the Computer & Resource Center located at 101 Jerusalem Avenue. The Excel class is a two-part class
Fee $27 check or money order made payable to Empire Safety Council. Class limit: 40 This is a two-part class held on Tuesday, January 23 & Thursday, January 25 in the Training Room.
Registration will begin on Monday, December 18 at 9:15am. CLASS: Tuesday, January 16 and 23 at 7:15 PM. AGES: 9-12 Join Tina Geller in “hurrying winter along.” Students will learn how to draw and paint a winter artwork of a BULLFINCH! This

Upcoming Events

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Board Meeting Dates

Wednesday, January 17
Wednesday, February 21
Wednesday, March 21
Wednesday, April 18
Wednesday, May 16

These meetings will be held at the Administration building located at 120 Second Street at 7:00 P.M..