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  • Dongan Hills Library

    The Dongan Hills Branch of The New York Public Library, which occupied a rented storefront on Richmond Road from 1957 to 1974, moved to its present location in the spring of 1975. A modern, air-conditioned, one-story branch, Dongan Hills houses nearly 50,000 books, periodica...

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  • New Dorp Library

    New Dorp is one of the busiest branches on Staten Island. The New Dorp Community Library was established by local residents in 1907. By 1909 it was receiving books from The New York Public Library's Traveling Library (the Bookmobile), and in 1926 New Dorp became a branch of ...

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  • Richmondtown Branch Library

    The Richmondtown Branch of The New York Public Library is located on Clarke Avenue, between Amboy Road and Arthur Kill Road. This two-floor branch opened to the public in July 1996. Fully accessible to persons using wheelchairs, the branch contains collections for children, ...

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  • Great Kills Branch Library

    The Great Kills Branch of The New York Public Library is located on Giffords Lane at the corner of Margaret Street, two blocks from the Staten Island Rapid Transit station. This busy branch provides materials in a variety of formats and services to all age levels. Electronic...

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  • Huguenot Park Branch Library

    The Huguenot Branch of The New York Public Library began serving the Huguenot, Arden Heights, Annadale, Eltingville, Prince's Bay, and Woodrow areas of Staten Island in January 1985. Housed in a two-story facility the library provides users with a large collection of adult m...

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  • Tottenville Branch Library

    The Philemon Literary Society, a women's club, and the men's Philo Debating Society discussed founding the first public library in the borough of Richmond in 1899. A mere three months later the Tottenville Library opened to the public, its collections offering about 230 volu...

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  • Port Richmond Branch Library

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  • St. George Library Center

    St. George Library Center of  The New York Public Library opened on June 26, 1907. It was designed by Carrere and Hastings, architects of the neighboring Borough Hall and County Court House.  ...

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  • West New Brighton Library

    The West New Brighton Branch was first established in 1913 as a "home station" at 1006 Castleton Avenue under the Extension Division of The New York Public Library. In 1918 it was moved to 85 State Street as a "sub-branch". The present building, located a...

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  • Stapleton Branch Library

    The Stapleton Branch of The New York Public Library, which opened in 1907, is located on Canal Street, near the center of Stapleton Village and adjacent to Tappen Park and the Old Village Hall. The graceful, single story, brick and limestone building was constructed with fun...

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  • Todt Hill-Westerleigh Library

    The first Todt Hill Branch opened for limited service in 1950 in an apartment in the Todt Hill Houses. In 1963, its name became the Todt Hill-Westerleigh Branch and the facility was moved to larger quarters in a converted supermarket at 1891 Victory Boulevard. By 1983, popul...

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  • The Greenbelt Conservancy

    Mission: The Greenbelt Conservancy mission is to promote, sustain and enhance Staten Island’s 2,800-acre Greenbelt through education, recreation, conservation and research. The Greenbelt works in partnership with New York City Parks. ...

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  • Protectors Of Pine Oak Woods

    Mission Statement: Protectors is committed to increasing the stewardship of Staten Island's existing parkland, bluebelt corridors and nature preserves and to continuing the effort to preserve Staten Island's natural areas. Protectors advocates for protection and preservation...

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  • Staten Island Botanical Garden

    The Staten Island Botanical Garden. Nestled within the grounds of the Snug Harbor Cultural Center, The Staten Island Botanical Garden with its Victorian charm and stately elegance is a "must visit" that should be on every tourist's list. Founded in 1977, T...

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  • New York Center For Interpersonal Development

    The NY Center for Interpersonal Development's Mission: To learn and teach the tools that motivate and empower people to strengthen communities and improve relationships. NY Center Core Values: A commitment to always learning, always teaching. An indomitable spirit, ...

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  • American Red Cross Staten Island Chapter

    The American Red Cross in Greater New York is a humanitarian organization, led by volunteers, that provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. It accomplishes this mission through services that are consistent wit...

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  • American Parkinson Disease Association

    The American Parkinson Disease Association, Inc. was founded in 1961 to "ease the burden and find a cure" for Parkinson's disease. Headquartered in New York, the organization focuses its energies on research, patient support, education and raising public awareness ...

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  • North Shore Rescue Squad

    Some 31 years ago, a small group of Staten Islanders saw and felt a need to help others. They were all somehow involved in medicine, and they decided to start a volunteer organization designed to provide emergency medical care to the people of Staten Island. Thus was born th...

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  • Staten Island Mental Health Society

    The SIMHS is a century-old, not-for-profit children’s services agency. Our mission is to diagnose and treat emotional, behavioral, organic, and developmental problems; to create and support programs and environments that reduce the risk of disability and advance the optima...

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  • Staten Island Democratic Association

    The Staten Island Democratic Association (SIDA) was founded in 1961. It is a progressive Democratic club that addresses today's political and social issues. The club holds informative meetings with experts and activists, presenting the latest information on a wide range of i...

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  • Staten Island Economic Development Corporation

    The Staten Island Economic Development Corporation has served as the premier economic development advocate serving the business community of Staten Island. As a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, SIEDC's mission is to enhance a thriving Staten Island economy by promoting ...

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  • Young Democrats Of Richmond County

    Our club's objective is to protect and ensure the political, professional, educational, social and economic interests of young people. Our duty as an organization is to instill in our members the notion that young people have both the ability and the duty to make a...

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  • The Staten Island Zoo

    Mission Statement:  - To disseminate a knowledge of zoology and an appreciation of animal life.  - To maintain a zoological garden where small mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibian and tropical fish will be on display for observation and study.  - Through loc...

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  • Jacques Marchais Museum Of Tibetan Art

    Mission and VisionThe Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art’s mission is to present the art, culture and history of Tibet to a world audience in order to educate and inspire appreciation of Himalayan cultures and to foster better global understanding.The founder, Jacques ...

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  • Staten Island Shakespearean Theatre

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  • Enrichment Through The Arts

    Enrichment through the Arts is a non-profit organization dedicated to exposing children to live professional theater. Our aim is to stimulate an appreciation for the arts as well as to enchance the educational process. ...

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  • College Of Staten Island Center For The Arts

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  • National Lighthouse Museum

    Mission: The National Lighthouse Museum Board of Trustees, Board of Advisors and FRIENDS will advocate, help preserve, and raise funds for establishing a National Lighthouse Museum at the old US Lighthouse “SUPER” Depot site on Staten Island, initially opening a pilot mu...

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  • The Noble Maritime Collection

    The mission of the Noble Maritime Collection is to preserve and interpret the art, writings, and historical maritime artifacts of the distinguished marine artist, John A. Noble;  to continue Noble's legacy of celebrating the people and traditions of the working waterfro...

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  • Conference House

    The mission of The Conference House Association is to preserve, protect and maintain the historic houses of Conference House Park, while educating the public about their history. The Conference House, built c. 1680, by Christopher Billopp, a Royal Navy captain, ...

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