The Stanford Free Library is chartered by New York State as an association library. It is a member of the Mid-Hudson Library System. The library is supported by local taxes, public grants and charitable tax exempt contributions. Though small in size, our mission is to provide the community of Stanford with a variety of literary formats for persons of all ages. The Stanford Free Library is known for its friendly atmosphere and helpful staff. The library is located off Route 82 on Creamery Road, next to the Stanford Recreation Center and less than two miles from the Cold Spring Elementary Early Learning Center.
The mission of the Stanford Free Library is to provide the Stanford community with access to a wide variety of materials and technologies for reading, listening, and viewing.
Our library is a focal point for community activities. We provide programs that help nurture young children’s love of literature, as well as those that are of key interest to our adult population.
Our goal is to continue collaborating with our community organizations and adapting to the needs of Stanford residents, in a way that reflects the demographic, social and technological changes in our rural community.
14 Creamery Road – Stanfordville – NY – 12581
Phone: 845.868.1341 – Fax: 845.868.7482
Who We Are
Arlene Christensen, Director
Danielle Sundberg, Children’s Programing
President – Mark Williams
Vice President – Laura Gilhooly
Treasurer – Barry Weinberger
Recording Secretary – Donna Oberrieth
Corresponding Secretary – Laura Gilhooly
Rob Baumstone – Trustee
Natalie Bliss – Trustee
Doug Doyle – Trustee
Sue Galaskas – Trustee
Marge Moran – Trustee
Ann Roosevelt – Trustee
Fred Schall – Trustee