Clayville Library 315-839-5893
2265 Oneida St Clayville, NY 13322

providing library services to the residents of the town of paris and the greater sauquoit valley

Always available:  Public computers   –  Reference Materials  –  Current Best Sellers  –   Magazines  –  Games, Puzzles, Coloring and Crafting available throughout the week  –  Current Release DVD’s & Blu-Rays – Copy & Fax services – Wi-Fi access

Current Open Hours for the Clayville Library are

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 1 pm to 6 pm

Thursdays, 3 pm to 7 pm.

Upstate University Hospital’s Mammography Van to visit Clayville Library on October 27, 2020

Upstate University Hospital Mammography Van will visit the Clayville Library at 2265 Oneida Street in Clayville on Tuesday, October 27, 2020. The screenings will be available between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. for women who have scheduled an appointment.

 To schedule an appointment for a mammogram on the van, women should call 315-464-2582. Appointments can also be requested online at:

To be eligible for a mammogram on the van, women should be 40 years and older; not have had a mammogram in the past 12 months; and not be experiencing breast problems.

The van, supported with funds from Health Research Inc, and the New York State Department of Health grant, is part of Gov. Cuomo’s “Get Screened, No Excuses” Breast Cancer Initiative, which aims to remove obstacles to breast cancer screening for women in New York. The most current data (2018) show  82.1% of eligible New York women are getting a screening mammography, a slight increase from the 80.3% of women in 2017. The governor’s initiative is to increase screening rates by 10 percent over the next five years.

The mammography van spans 45-feet and is equipped with a state-of-the art 3D digital mammogram system, private exam and dressing room and a waiting room.

Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in women, affecting one in 8 women.  It’s also one of the most treatable cancers when detected early. Mammograms—x-rays of the breasts—are the most effective screening procedure for the early signs of breast cancer.

For information, contact: Wendy Hunt at 315-492-3353.

We’re offering 3 ways to get the materials you want from your local library.

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Use the Catalog

You select material from available items at your local library.

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Call Us
315 839-5893

We’ll help you select material from our local collection.  Please have your library card ready.

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Fill out our Web Form

We’ll select material based on your interests.

Clayville Library is now open for the Grab & Go phase of reopening

Attached are the protocols – please read and help us all stay safe and healthy!!
For Computer appointments, please call 315-839-5893 or contact the library at
Computer appointments are at the top of every hour and walk ins will only be accommodated if terminals are available.
Thank you for your co-operation.
See you later

The Clayville Library is still offering Curbside Service and the following procedures are still in place.

Please access our FaceBook page: for all current information and resources for you to utilize during the Covid-19 shutdown

Access our social media sites for updated information.
Phone#: 315-839-5893 – beginning June 9th Tues., Wed., Fri. 1 to 6 pm / Thurs. 3 to 7 pm


Barrett Nature Gazebo

behind the library. 

Binge Boxes
We have put together a few movies based on a theme to take out as a bundle along with some popcorn and treats to enjoy. These themes will change periodically and they can be taken out for 2 weeks!

Stop in and “check it out”!

New Park Passes available in 2020

Stop in and “Check-Out” our popular Early Literacy

Elephant & Piggie Reading & Craft bags!

Keep an eye out for our “Knuffle Bunny” Reading & Craft bags 

Now Available in our collection

Don’t miss our NEW “Makerspace Corner”

We have comic books and an expanded Graphic Novels section!
Come in and take a look at our comic book and GN selections. We have been slowly adding to our collection and would love to see them circulate. You do need to be 12 years of age to sign them out.

Come on down puzzle enthusiasts and relax in the air conditioned/heated gallery bathed in the light of our beautiful windows. Bring a friend, have a cup of coffee. Let your kids work on a puzzle, enjoy playing on the Leappad or Kindle Fire, read books, or do a craft  and help us finish this picture.

“Children are made readers on the laps of their parents.” — Emilie Buchwald

Once you let a book into your life, the most unexpected things can happen…


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 We are looking for anyone who may be interested in a Friends of the Library group. We had one several years ago that helped with fundraising and other activities and would like to get one going again.

Please call the library at 315-839-5893 and help us out.

We are looking for people to organize and set this up.

We are also looking for community members that can help us on the Board of Trustees to oversee the function of our library and how to best serve the community.

Did you know your local library has thousands of ebooks and audiobooks?
You can borrow them, instantly, for free, using just the device in your hand.

Sign in to multiple libraries, with one or more cards for each library.

Download books and audiobooks for offline reading, or stream them to save space.

If you prefer reading on your Kindle, Libby can send your library books to it.

All your loans and holds are consolidated on a single shelf.

Keep track of your reading history in the Activity tab.

Positions, bookmarks, and notes are kept in sync across your devices.

Sample any book with a tap — nothing to download or delete.

Try a zoom-able graphic novel, or a picture book with read along audio

 Click on this link, Meet Libby to go to the site where you can download the new app for Apple, Android and Windows devices.

 See you at the library!


Whatever the cost of our libraries, the price is cheap compared to that of an ignorant nation.”
Walter Cronkite

These additional services provided by the Mid-York Library System yet circulation is credited to Clayville Library!

Many of you may have seen this announcement about the new RBdigital App. While this app will eventually replace the Zinio for Libraries app, there is no need to panic; Zinio is not going away.

They have been rebranding as RBDigital for a while and you can see that the URL for our Zinio collection is The logo will be different, but the magazines and content will still be there.

 Starting approximately July 10, patrons who are using the Zinio for Libraries app will be alerted that there is a new RBdigital app available for download. Eventually, the Zinio app will be phased out and magazines will only be available through the RBdigital app.

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OverDrive contains our primary collection of downloadable eBooks and eAudiobooks. Read and listen on a wide variety of devices. 


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