Hours and Location

4922 Lakeshore Drive
PO Box 389
Bolton Landing, NY 12814-0389
Phone: (518) 644-2233     Fax: (518)644-2234
Email the Director

Board of Trustees Meetings
The Bolton Free Library Board of Trustees meets on the fourth Wednesday of every month at 7pm, except when there is a conflict. The dates for our meetings for the rest of the year are:
            Wednesday, October 28
            Wednesday, November 18 (changed due to Thanksgiving)
            Wednesday, December 16 (changed due to Christmas)
New Library Hours
So, it has been said that nothing stays the same…but whoever said that could not possibly have known about 2020. I would love for just a few things to stay the same. Kinda’ like knowing that Norm was always at the bar in Cheers.
All that being said, the Bolton Free Library has changed our hours again. Hopefully for the ENTIRE off-season. They are:
  • Tuesday                   10am – 5pm
  • Wednesday           10am – 5pm
  • Thursday                 10am – 8pm
  • Friday                        10am – 5pm
  • Saturday                  10am – 4pm
  • Sunday and Monday      closed
Oh wait a minute!! I am so relieved. The library is still closed on Sunday and Monday, so some things do stay the same.

Check out our new newsletter. Turns out I can do it.

August Newsletter

September 2020

October 2020

Local Contractors

The Library is in need of a local contractor. We have two projects that need doing, so if anyone is interested, please call the library at 518-644-2233

Hi All,

An accurate census count is vitally important. It ties into federal funds and programming in our communities. We need to promote and remind people to take a few minutes to fill out the census.
Here are the latest numbers: (and look where Bolton is – how embarrassing)
Warren County: 52.0%
Queensbury: 66.2%
Warrensburg: 50.4%
Thurman: 46.1%
Lake Luzerne: 45.4%
Stony Creek: 38.6%
Chester: 38.5%
Lake George: 38.1%
Johnsburg: 34.3%
Horicon: 27.3%
Hague: 24.8%
Bolton: 24.6%
Completing the Census 2020 is so important. The results of the 2020 Census will help determine how hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding flow into communities every year for the next decade. That funding shapes many different aspects of every community, no matter the size, no matter the location. Census results affect planning and funding for healthcare—including programs such as Medicaid, Medicare Part B, State Children’s Health Insurance, and the prevention and treatment of substance abuse. Here is a link to the Census website.