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On Monday, July 24th at 10 a.m. at LeRoy Elementary School come listen to Kim Sheahan, a storyteller from Spurlock Museum.  Great for young and old alike.  Join us and listen to stories come alive! more

Summer Reading Program

Summer Reading Program

There is still time to join our Summer Reading Program.  Stop in and pick up a reading log to start earning prizes!  We encourage parents to read to their young children, so they too can earn prizes! more

Read to Lulu

Read to Lulu

Take advantage of this amazing opportunity for your child to read to Lulu, a certified therapy dog!  This is a chance for them to practice reading and increase their reading confidence.  Join us on Wednesday, July 12 or July 26 from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.  Lulu will listen to readers on a first come, first… more

Young Adult

We are excited to offer our new Young Adult Area. It is open for students to study, work on group projects, read a good book, or just hang out with friends.


The adult section is ready for visitors! We have dozens of new titles from popular authors and some new to our library! Come in, grab a cup of coffee and a good book and relax in a window seat or enjoy our new sitting area.


The J.T. & E.J. Crumbaugh Library Genealogy Section was started in the fall of 1977. With the help of the community this section has grown to include over 400 local family histories for those interested in tracing their roots.

Online Search

Click ‘J.T. & E.J. Crumbaugh Library’ to search our book collection online.

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