Special Event Friday, August 23 at 7 pm
with musical guests Aztec Two-Step
Please join us as we launch the Pete Fornatale Collection as part of the Local History Center's Archive and Special Collections on the anniversary of Pete's birthday. Event highlights will include a behind-the scenes look of the collection with some of the items on display for viewing. Click here for event details
Stream and download movies, TV shows, concerts, documentaries, online courses and magazines.
The new RBdigital streaming video service includes selections from Acorn TV, Great Courses, Qello, IndieFlix, Pongolo, Learn it Live, and Method Test. Checkout an all-access 7-day pass to binge watch as much as you would like on a Single Channel. Popular digital magazines can also be downloaded thru the service. Get the free RBdigital mobile app on your phone, tablet or streaming device or visit https://portwashingtonny.rbdigital.com to get started.
Join us starting July 1, and begin your road trip adventure to libraries throughout Nassau County! Visit as many of Nassau's public libraries as you can during July & August. Each one is a gateway into a new community - visit the library, then explore the attractions, restaurants, and parks nearby. There will be prizes along the way!
Planning a vacation? No Internet at home? We now have ten Mobile Hotspots available to borrow! These hotspots create a password-protected WiFi network that up to 15 devices can connect to at once. They are available for 14 days and work anywhere in North America with T-Mobile coverage. Ask for them at our Circulation Desk!
Tutor.com is a highly-rated online learning service that provides one-to-one tutoring, test prep, and online resources for learners of all ages. Log into Tutor.com with your Library card between the hours of 2 -10 p.m. and you can connect with a tutor, submit a paper for review, drop off a math question, take a practice quiz in a wide variety of subjects, prep for the ACT or SAT with experts from The Princeton Review and prep for the AP Exams. This service was made possible by The Friends of the Port Washington Public Library.