Use the CHILD's name to register.
Program spots are limited and have age restrictions. Once a program fills, patrons will be placed on a waiting list and contacted only if there is room in the program.
Priority is given to residents of the Nyack School District.
Residents outside of the Nyack School District may register for remaining program spots after Nyack School District patrons.
Please notify us directly by phone of cancellations.
Programs are designed for the intended age group.
Registration is required for all programs (unless noted otherwise).
All programs are free!
Registration requires an active email account. The program will send a confirmation and reminder to your email.Please check your SPAM folder or contact the library if you do not see a confirmation or reminder email.
Register by clicking "See Full Calendar," using the CHILD's name to register. In-person or phone sign-up also available by calling 845-268-7700 during library hours.
Coronavirus and the Library: Valley Cottage Library is suspending all programs effective immediately until April 20.
SPRING 2020: Registration for programs occurring April 20 through June 15 will start on March 16 for Nyack School District patrons. Beginning March 27, registration for programs will start for out of district patrons.
View and print our monthly program calendars here (please note the April Calendar PDF has not been updated yet):
Coronavirus and the Library:
Valley Cottage Library is suspending all programs effective immediately until April 20. Overdue fines on all materials will be waived through April 20. The Library is temporarily closed.
Welcome to the Valley Cottage Library's Children's Room! You’ll find a wonderful collection of materials for children of all ages. We also have a collection of Early Literacy appropriate toys and activities for little ones, including a puppet theater, puzzles, blocks, dress up clothes, and a doll house. For older children, the Children's Room has several computers, study areas, board games, and activities.
A child's library experience begins in infancy by sharing familiar Mother Goose rhymes and little board books. Preschoolers and early elementary school children enjoy the world of stories and illustration as they choose from a vast array of picture books. Older children explore further worlds of fiction and non-fiction for pleasure as well as school assignments.
The Children’s Services Staff is dedicated to helping children and their families make full use of our materials and services.
A vast array of developmentally appropriate books, audio visual and other materials are here to be borrowed and enjoyed. We hope you’ll use your library often. It’s the best bargain in town!
Head of Children’s Services