Delmar Public Library - Your Bi-State Library

Dynamic! Wonderful! Wow! Once completed, the Delmar Public Library will claim its place as a community centerpiece for the Town of Delmar. Within walking distance of most town residents and schools, the Library will enhance the community with
• Community meeting and program space;
• Youth program space;
• A small group meeting and conversation space;
• Tutoring, study, and entrepreneurial planning space;
• Increased collection, leisure reading, children’s and teen spaces;
• Flexible technology capacity and space.
An investment in the Library, our mission, and our community.



What's New at Your Library?

Order Your Commemorative Brick Today!

Thursday, January 26, 2017 11:00 AM
Forever link yourself or a loved one with the new Delmar Public Library by purchasing a commemorative brick paver today! Placing a brick paver in the Library’s courtyard provides a unique and lasting way to honor someone’s life and achievements and their belief in literacy and life-long learning for all. Your gift of $50 will provide one 4” x 8” engraved brick paver inscribed with your loved one’s name or personal inscription for all to see. Each paver has room for three lines of engraving with 21 characters per line, including spaces. Business listings are welcome, without advertising. These pavers will last for many years and your message can inspire Library customers for generations. All bricks will be placed in the new Library’s courtyard and along the walkways adjacent to the parking lot as construction concludes....
Delmar Public Library
Blog

Where Did We Get Those Trains?

Wednesday, July 17, 2013 9:17 AM
Children of all ages stop by the glass cases and stare at the wooden model steam locomotives on display at the Library. Meticulously reproduced by Mr. Grover LeCates, the locomotives are made from scraps of white pine and spruce, hand-carved using small tools, files, and sandpaper to reproduce every single component, from the broiler casing to the tiny mechanism that move the great wheels. Even the tiny rivets, smaller than a pinhead, are wood. Mr. LeCates grew up in Delmar watching the pageant of steam as it played out its last days.
Delmar Public Library
Blog
delmar history