102 Buffalo St.
Located on Buffalo Street (Route 62) between Pleasant Avenue and Union Street, this lively library is nestled in the village of Hamburg and serves the "village people" as well as attracting readers from many miles away. If you are looking for a great film collection, preschool story hours or a comfortable place to catch up on the daily news, the Hamburg Public Library may be the place for you.
Our parking lot entrance is located on Union Street near the Buffalo Street intersection.
Free WiFi. 21 public access computers plus 6 laptops that can be checked out for use within the building. Networked printing is 10¢ per page B&W and 25¢ per page color. Copy machine at 25¢ per page.
A History of the Hamburg Public Library
A program detailing the history of the Hamburg Public Library was researched, written and presented by Librarian John R. Edson in 2001. More details are available here.
Hamburg Public Library Board of Trustees
Jack Connors, President
Karen Kaczmarski, Vice President
Marianne Chiumento, Secretary
Anita Metzger, Treasurer
Hamburg Public Library Board of Trustees Meeting
The next board meeting will take place on:
Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at 6:00pm at the Hamburg Library
All are welcome to attend.
Minutes of Past Meetings
Meeting Minutes 2013 - 2016 (Updated 2/17)
Annual Reports to the Community
Join Us for Book Club
The Hamburg Library Book Club meets the third Friday of every month at 11:00am. Please join us for a great discussion. The list of upcoming books are as follows:
Friday, April 21 - "The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics" by Daniel James Brown
Join our Book Club! YOU are invited to join us, read great books and make new friends!
View Events at this Library
The next scheduled holiday for this location is 04/14/2017 (Good Friday)