George C. Bullis Memorial Library

101 Main Street
Maybrook, NY 12543

The Community Center  is named after George C. Bullis, who served 26 years as mayor of Maybrook, from 1928 – 1954. It has come a long way from its beginning as one room in the village municipal building in 1964. The Library has always been an important part of the community, especially to its children. With the relocation of the Maybrook Railroad Museum, the Library now has full usage of the building. Renovations have been underway to create a Children’s Area Room, complete with wall murals painted by the Valley Central High School Art Class. 

Currently, the Library provides a Preschooler Story Time program on Wednesday’s at 11 am. The George C. Bullis Memorial Library currently provides loans of books (adult, children, fiction, non-fiction) and DVDs. Also available at the library are magazines, CDs, audiobooks, and internet access. The George C. Bullis Library always welcomes new patrons and we look forward to enhancing our services for the residents of Maybrook!

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