Ewell Free Library
Alden, New York 14004
Located in the Village of Alden between Emerson and Crittenden Roads, on the north side of Broadway. Wheelchair accessible.
The Ewell Free Library, built in 1913 in the Beaux Arts Classical style, was given to the town of Alden by Joseph and Carrie Ewell in memory of their daughter, Florence Josephine Ewell. Its fluted columns, grey stone walls, and stained glass window enhance the beauty of this architecturally significant building.
Public Access Computers: 5 computers, networked (b&w printing 10 cents per page/color printing 25 cents per page) Microsoft Office Applications, Internet Access, Misc. "What can I do at a Public Access Computer?"
Meeting Room, capacity 45.
Hours of Operation:
Monday and Wednesday 9am - 4pm
Tuesday and Thursday 12pm - 8pm
Friday - closed
Saturday 9am - 2pm