The mission of the Tully Free Library is to facilitate creation, collaboration, and exploration in our community by providing access to the world of information and ideas.
Today’s libraries are experiencing transformative shifts in how they engage citizens and strengthen communities. At Tully Free Library, this means evolving from a place to collect and curate “things” into a dynamic community of creation, collaboration, and exploration. This new model emphasizes local knowledge and expertise, and redefines the library as a platform for the community to express its unique strengths, explore its surrounding world, and create knowledge every day.
Tully Free Library is much more than the sum of the books on its shelf; it encompasses the vast resources, knowledge, and infinite creativity embedded in the community around it. In the past year, we have made new friends, participated in inspiring community programs, and have helped do our part to make Tully spectacular. We expect even more in the upcoming year and hope that you join us!
Youth Services & Technology
Adult Services and ILL
Adult Programs & Technology
Board of Trustees
President: Pete Cardamone
Secretary: Patricia Quinlan
Vice-President: Louise Benedetto
Treasurer: Jack Salisbury
Denise Van Dyne, Johanna McKenna, Elizabeth Rosekrans, Elizabeth Kunnumpurath, Dorothea Duell, Ann Sedore
The Tully Free Library Board of Trustees meets at 5:30 PM on a Tuesday or Thursday in all months except for December and June. The meeting dates are listed on our events calendar. The meetings are open to the public.
Below you'll find links to all of our policies. Additional information about borrowing, computer use and other services can be found in the services section of the website.
In addition to our own policies, we also follow the following national standards for libraries.
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