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Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library
1125 Broadway, Hewlett, NY 11557

The library was established in 1947. The first library building was completed in 1955 and it was expanded in 1966 andMore renovated and expanded in 1996.

The library features a small recital hall that seats 200, as well as an art gallery. The Cranin Courtyard is available for people to read and study outside, featuring seating for summer concerts.

Peninsula Public Library
280 Central Ave, Lawrence, NY 11559
The Peninsula Public Library was established in 1951. It moved to its current location in 1961. In addition to its wideMore selection of books, the library also offers classes, arts programs and other events. One of its newest features allows patrons to borrow books on electronic reading devices.
Levi Yitzchak Family Center
564 Central Ave, Cedarhurst, NY 11516
The Levi Yitzchak Family Center is a family library that offers a wide selection of books activities and creativeMore outlets inspired by Jewish values. The library has extensive reading options for children at various levels and also offers a writing center for the development and illustration of children's very own creative stories, as well as computers and audiovisual resources and activities like a three level puppet theater, oversize games and interactive play activities. Regular programs include storytime, book buddies, video night and more. The library is named after Levi Yitzchack, who passed away at age nine and always loved reading and creative pursuits. Membership at the library is on an annual basis. 
Riverside Memorial Chapel
1450 Broadway, Hewlett, NY 11557
Riverside Memorial Chapel, providing individualized funeral services to the community since 1978, offers completeMore burial, cemetery and aftercare planning. Obituary services and a grief library are also available.