Library News

Date Night at the Library

Have a romantic moment or two in the stacks. Drop in with your date and we’ll give you some fun activities to do as a couple then send you home with a sweet treat to share. (We have a Valentine Book Hunt for kids, too, in case you need to keep someone occupied while you spend some quality time with your date.)

Request your copy of Kate Morton’s The Clockmaker’s Daughter at the desk and join us for a great discussion Thursday,
Are you willing to take a chance on literary love? Go on a blind date with a book! All through
Voting season for Monarch, Bluestem, Caudill, and Lincoln Award books is swiftly approaching! February will be here before we know
This year's must-reads according to your friends and neighbors (in no particular order): Blink by Malcolm GladwellMadame Fourcade’s Secret War
Need a little pick-me-up? Pick up a Take-and-Make craft at the library! New projects are available for kids and adults
Pandemic Tales graphic
The library is dedicated to preserving all areas of Hudson History through the work that goes on in the Hudson
The library is continuing curbside service even though our doors are open. Check item availability through the online catalog and
Now is the perfect time to explore our great selection of e-resources available through the online catalog, RSAcat Mobile app,
The Library Board has voted to cease collection of fines for overdue materials. If you borrow it, bring it back.
Hudson Area Public Library patrons can borrow mobile hot spots to take the internet wherever they go. A hot spot

Hey, I returned that!

You’ll notice that items remain checked out on your card for up to a week after you return them. Returned items must remain in quarantine until they are safe to shelve or recirculate. Hudson Area Public Library does not charge fines for overdue items, so your account will not be affected. We appreciate your patience.

Contact the Board of Trustees.