The original Red Hook Library, opened on April 22, 1915, was the only of Brooklyn’s Carnegie libraries to be built in the Mediterranean Revival style. This architectural gem was forced to close in August 1946 after suffering extensive damage from a fire, and was demolished soon after. The branch operated out of several different locations in the subsequent decades before finding a permanent home at 7 Wolcott Street. The library is a beloved gathering space for the community it serves.
Friends of Red Hook Library
Friends of Red Hook Library is a group of organized volunteers who help our neighborhood library through advocacy, fundraising and promotion. If you are interested in becoming a Friend of Red Hook Library, ask a staff member for details or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Art of Creating Digital Stories: Animating Your Neighborhood6:00 pm, Red Hook, Main Floor