Appointments are no longer necessary for library use. Masks are still required. Please see details here

Grab & Go Halloween Craft

Sign Up by Friday, October 15th 

Pick-Up October 18th – October 30th

Children will be given all the pieces needed to make a Halloween craft. 

To sign up, call (914)939-6710 ext.108 or email

Virtual Fall Storytimes with Ms. Tee


September 28th

October 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th

November 2nd

Join Ms. Tee as she shares some of her favorite stories with you on Tuesdays this fall.


Live Zoom You Picasso Art Program

Discovering People: Learning How To Draw People 


October 4th, 18th, & 25th 

November 1st, 8th, & 15th


To sign up, call (914)939-6710 ext.108 or email


Virtual Singalongs with Chloe


October 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th

Babies, toddlers and preschoolers will sing and dance along with Chloe on Wednesdays this fall.



Fall StoryWalk

Friday, October 1st - Monday, November 1st

Parents, children and caregivers are welcome to take a StoryWalk around the outside of the library and enjoy reading The Ghosts Went Floating by Kim Norman. If you have any questions, please call (914)939-6710 and press 3 or email PCRBCHILDRENS@WLSMAIL.ORG

Click the button below to see Ms. Tee read the story and to watch a spooky behind-the-scenes video on the making of our StoryWalk!


Fall Book Bundles

No time to find books to read? No problem!  We've created bundles of books on different themes so you can take a bunch together! 

Ages 3-6

Ages 7 & Up

Grab & Go Turkey Craft

Sign Up by Saturday, November 6th 

Pick-Up November 10th – November 23rd

Children will be given all the pieces needed to make a turkey craft. 

To sign up, call (914)939-6710 ext.108 or email

Watch Ms. Leonor and Mr. Daryl make the craft HERE

Meet Local Author Steven Fisher!

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2021 at 7:00pm via Zoom

Experience the Russian Revolution with a Port Chester High School Class of 1977 graduate.

Fisher will discuss his new book, "Into Russia’s Cauldron," and the fascinating journey he traveled in writing it. In this true story, in 1916, the National City Bank of New York (now Citibank) sent Greenwich’s Leighton Rogers to Russia. His journal provides a riveting account of the revolution, his transformation under fire, and foreboding about today’s Russia.

To register for this event click HERE

The PCRB Film Club

Wednesday, October 27th, 2021


Under the Shadow (2016)

Fear will find you. 

Please watch the film on your own before the session. A limited number of copies will be available at the library starting October 4th.

If you are interested in participating, please watch the film on your own before the session. Copies can be ordered from the library catalog. The film is also available for streaming on Kanopy.

Email PCRBREF@WLSMAIL.ORG for the discussion link.


Virtual Local Author Showcase

Lou Del Bianco, author of Out of Rushmore's Shadow HERE

Nathan Eckel, author of The Rose of Antahs HERE

Leslie Kimmelman, author of Eight Knights of Hanukkah HERE

Elise Lemire, author of Battle Green Vietnam: The 1971 March on Concord, Lexington, and Boston HERE

A. Longus, author of The Adventures of Silvana and the Magic Unicorn HERE

Joel Salomon, author of The 9 Money Rules Millionaires Use HERE

Sarah Bracey White, author of Primary Lessons HERE

The Sirens of Suspense Present: Mystery Novel Readings HERE

If you are a local author and would like to be included, please send a video running from 5 minutes to 1 hour to


Teen Hobby and Talent Videos

The library wants to share family-friendly videos by local teens displaying a talent, hobby or skill. Some examples of content options are singing, playing an instrument, reading children’s books, performing science experiments, discussing a historical figure, teaching knitting, demonstrating video game tips, grooming a dog, and changing a tire.

Please submit all videos via email to PCRBPL@WLSMAIL.ORG for review and approval. Please include your name, grade, and high school so credit can be given. All approved videos will be shared on the library YouTube channel: Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library. 

YouTube video requirements can be found HERE

The first video in this collection can be found HERE

Fall Books 

Enjoy these fall books for children.

View and place holds on these items HERE



Halloween Teen Reads

Checkout these spooky titles!

Place holds on these items HERE

Free Online Tutoring Service

Mondays-Fridays: 9:00am-10:00pm

Saturdays-Sundays: 3:00pm-10:00pm

Free, live online chat and email support for learners of all ages is available. Check your homework, have an essay reviewed, prepare for a test or have a résumé or cover letter checked.

Visit HERE.

Launchpad Lending

Borrow a Kid-Friendly Tablet

You can borrow these kid-friendly tablets that include storybooks, videos and games that help children learn to read.

For more information, call 914-939-6710 and press 3 or email PCRBCHILDRENS@WLSMAIL.ORG



SPRYE Presents:

Gentle Chair Yoga

Joan Gibbons' popular chair yoga class has been filmed and viewers can participate in the exercises at their convenience.

View HERE.

Book Club

October 25th, 2021 at 7:00pm

The Book Club meets every month except July, August and Decmeber. Each month, we read the book and discuss it at our meeting. 

Our next book is Eternal by Lisa Scottoline. 

Electronic items: OverDrive eBook OverDrive Audio  

Physical items will be at the library in late August. Call 914-939-6710 and press 5 to ask for a copy. Please specify regular, large print or CD audio. 

At the time of the meeting, please join us HERE.

For more information, email PCRBREF@WLSMAIL.ORG.

Books on Diversity for Children, Teens and Adults

Enjoy these books for all age groups celebrating diversity.

You can place holds on the adult books here: FICTION NONFICTION


Libros para Niños

Nuestro Departamento de Niños tiene títulos para compartir con usted.

Haga reservas para estos artículos AQUÍ.







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