Cultural Institutions

Cultural Institutions

Nassau County

Brief Description of the county

Nassau County occupies a portion of Long Island immediately east of the New York City borough of Queens. It is divided into two cities and three towns, the latter of which contain 64 villages and numerous hamlets.

The mission of the library is to provide an environment and opportunities for learning, recreation, and personal growth for all the residents.

The library was organized in 1932 as the Valley Stream Free Library through the combined efforts of interested citizens. Today the library is newly renovated and offers modern conveniences such as its online catalog and e-books.

The Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library is the Music and Art co-central library of the Nassau Library System and it serves the community through its extensive collection of and access to cultural and educational resources.

The library serves the town of Hicksville, NY. They offer a variety of services including homework help and public notary. They aim to improve the educational services and health of the community.

The Hillside Public Library is established for the purpose of providing all of the residents of School District No. 5 with access to books, pamphlets, periodicals, audio-visual resources, and services which will satisfy their need to become...