The Monroe County Library System (MCLS) offers many resources, inclusive programming and services tailored for older adults. Contact your member library for specific resources available in your community.
Large Print Books and Audio Books
Programs for Older Adults
MCLS member libraries offer free programs for older adults, including book-discussion groups, live performances and readings, talks and panel discussions, film screenings, various clubs and workshops, and numerous programs on health and wellness. Click here for events scheduled for older adults. Click here to view and filter all upcoming library programs.
MCLS libraries offer a variety of computer and technology classes, one-on-one appointments, and drop-in support hours. Check with your local public library for specific services, or click here to view scheduled classes.
Health Central: A Wellness Resource Center
The Wellness Resource Center at the Central Library contains expert resources and staff to assist older adults and their families seeking health information. For more information, call 428-8110.
Many member libraries offer delivery of materials to those who cannot visit their local library due to a medical or physical disability that leaves them homebound. Check with your local library for available services, or contact the MCLS Outreach Department to see if you qualify for special borrower status. We also have a wide range of materials for the visually impaired.
Services for Older Adults are partially funded by Coordinated Outreach Library Services aid from the New York State Education Department, administered by the State Library’s Division of Library Development.