Southern Adirondack Library System

Headquarters of the Southern Adirondack Library System in Saratoga Springs, New York

The Southern Adirondack System (SALS) is a consortium of thirty-four libraries in Saratoga, Warren, Washington, and Hamilton counties in New York.

SALS is one of 23 public state-supported library systems in New York. It was chartered in 1959 by the New York State Board of Regents. It provides a consolidated online catalog and interlibrary loan services for its member libraries.

Member librariesEdit

Saratoga CountyEdit

Warren CountyEdit

  • Bolton Free Library
  • Brant Lake - Horicon Free Public Library
  • Caldwell-Lake George Library
  • Town of Chester Public Library
  • Glens Falls - Crandall Public Library
  • Town of Johnsburg Library
  • Stony Creek Free Library
  • Warrensburg - Richards Library

Washington CountyEdit

  • Argyle Free Library
  • Cambridge Public Library
  • Easton Library
  • Fort Edward Free Library
  • Granville - Pember Library and Museum
  • Greenwich Free Library
  • Hudson Falls Free Library
  • Salem - Bancroft Public Library
  • Whitehall Free Library

Hamilton CountyEdit

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Coordinates: 43°04′28″N 73°47′07″W / 43.074521°N 73.785173°W / 43.074521; -73.785173