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Exciting Changes and Additions to Library’s Museum Pass Collection

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Setauket, NY – June 25, 2018 –

Coming this summer, The Long Island Maritime Museum in West Sayville and The Sagtikos Manor in West Bay Shore will be added to Emma Clark Library’s very successful circulating museum pass program. The pass for the Long Island Maritime Museum offers 2 adults and all children (under the age of 12) free admission into the museum.  The Sagtikos Manor pass admits 2 adults and 2 children for free.

In addition, 16 of the Library’s 26 museum passes are now printable, which means there’s no need to pick up or drop off passes at the Library.  Simply print the passes from home – or come to the Library to print them on a public computer – and go!

The Library is thrilled that these museums and cultural institutions offer print-on-demand passes and hope that more will follow suit for the convenience of patrons.

The successful Museum Passes at Emma Clark circulated 1,312 times from June 2017 – May 2018, approximately 120 times per month.  Since its inception in 2013, the service continues to grow in both popularity and offerings for the Three Village community.

Visit www.emmaclark.org/museum-passes for more information or to reserve a pass. Emma Clark Library also sells discounted tickets to the American Museum of Natural History, which may be purchased at the Circulation Desk in the Library’s lobby.

 

The Long Island Maritime Museum preserves Long Island’s maritime history and heritage for educational purposes.

The Sagtikos Manor was built in 1697, and expanded in 1772 and 1902. The estate served as headquarters for the British Army on Long Island for a brief time during the Revolutionary War.

The Emma S. Clark Memorial Library, located at 120 Main Street in Setauket and online at www.emmaclark.org, provides public library service to all residents of the Three Village Central School District.

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