The Erwin Library and Institute is a public library located in Boonville, NY. Founded in 1885, it has always been a cornerstone of the community.
104 Schuyler Street
Boonville, NY 13309
Come into the library…grab some tickets for a chance to win our Gift Card Board. Winner wins all $300 worth!!!!!
Money raised will go toward getting our Boonville Herald Collection online! Our collection dates back to the 1880s!
July 13th @ 11am- Teddy Bear Workshop: All full.
July 20th @ 6pm- The Rev Theatre Company presents “Aesop’s Fables: On Stage:”– Tidbits of Aesop’s life and the traditions of Greek Theatre are interwoven among such well known tales as The Milkmaid and Her Pail, The Lion, The Mouse and of course, The Tortoise and the Hare. The actors use rap, rhyme, and masks to give these famous fables a modern twist. Audiences will be entertained as they learn the moral for each tale. This event will be held on the grass between the Dodge Pratt and Masons buildings. Make sure you bring your lawn chairs, blankets, friends, and family then sit back and enjoy the show.
July 27th @ 6pm– Jim O’Key Magic Show: Come see Jim who has been keeping audiences on the edge of their seats for over 30 years and enjoy his magic show with lots of laughs. This event will be held on the grass between the Dodge Pratt and the Masons buildings. Make sure you bring your lawn chairs, blankets, friends, and family then sit back and enjoy the show.
July 29th @ 11am- Teddy Bear Workshop: All Full.
August 19th @ 10am to 2pm- Annual Book Sale: A variety of gently used hardcover and paperback books will be available for purchase. Any money raised goes toward buying new books, updating equipment, and providing more programs for area residents. Please help the library by supporting this event.
September 14th @ 3:30pm- Utica Zoomobile: The Utica Zoo outreach program was developed to educate the community about animals and their habitats. This event will be held on the grass between the Dodge Pratt and the Masons buildings. Make sure you bring your lawn chairs, blankets, friends, and family then sit back and enjoy the show.
October 7th @ 10am to Noon- Community Shred Day: This annual event is for anyone who wants to safely shred old documents and other confidential materials.
Now available online..… Adirondack Central School Year Books. Which date back to 1912 and include books up to 2013.
The following steps will give you access to the online database:
1. Go to https://nyheritage.org/
2. On the top right click on Organizations
3. On the left, click on Oneida County
4. Then click on Erwin Library and Institute
5. Scroll down and click on the Adirondack Central School District Yearbook collection
6. Click on Explore the Collection and it will take you to the yearbooks in order by year
7. You can also do a search by typing a name in the search bar below the “Explore the Collection” icon.