The library is continuously updating its collection of Judaic literature with current books in the areas of Jewish values and spirituality, history, Jewish holidays and customs, the Holocaust, fiction, biographies, cookbooks, and contemporary issues. The library also has an extensive collection of Judaic books for preschoolers through young adult readers for research and recreational reading.
The library provides banks of computers with Internet access that Religious School students and their families currently are using to study Hebrew, check e-mail accounts, play educational games and conduct research. Ten computers have Hebrew/English keyboards and web access.
In addition to book displays the library has a reading and television corner, a children’s story area and a comprehensive collection of videos available for free weekly rentals. The Video Library, established by Jean and Harry Cohen offers videos, which run the gamut from classics, comedies and Yiddish theater to children’s programs, and films that explore the Holocaust and Jewish values.
The library expansion and the establishment of the Irwin and Irene Fox Multi-Media Center were underwritten by a generous contribution by Irene Fox and her family, in memory of Irwin Fox and in honor of Irene.
The Library is open on Sundays during religious school hours. Please check in the Education office if you need assistance when the library is closed.