Cultural Institutions

Cultural Institutions

Jefferson County

Brief Description of the county

Jefferson County is in northeastern New York State, adjacent to the area where the Saint Lawrence River exits Lake Ontario. It is northeast of Syracuse, and northwest of Utica. The county is at the international border with Canada. The Black River, which empties into Lake Ontario, is an important waterway in the county. Part of the Tug Hill Plateau is in the southern part of the county.

Started in 1932, the Adams Center Free Library is now affiliated with the North Country Library System and houses over 6,500 items, the majority being books, but also including magazines, movies, non-fiction, young adult, and adult fiction,...

The Adams Free Library is a community library free for all patrons to enjoy. Their computer room has six public-use computers with high speed internet, a printer, fax machine and flatbed scanner/copier. They also have a large seating area where...

The library provides dozens of free services some of which include, job search, resume builder, internet access and Wi-Fi, e-books, adult programs, children programs, books, scanning, inter-library loan, several online data bases with free access...

The Brownville Glen Park Library serves the community as its local branch of the North Country Library System.

The library serves the town of Cape Vincent, NY. They offer internet and research resources and look to enhance the communty.