Search the Library Collection
The Highland Public Library provides access to many books and digital entertainment collections. A library card is required to check out all catalog materials.
The Library’s Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) allows patrons to search for all materials available from the Highland Public Library and the collections of the entire Mid-Hudson Library System, including books, large print, magazines, video cassettes, DVDs, music CDs, CD-ROMs and more! Patrons can also view their library account, renew items, and place or cancel their material requests using their online account or library app.
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We have a large collection of current and back issues of magazines on the shelves from Better Homes and Gardens to Scientific American.
Whether you are into old time rock n’ roll, backwoods country or summertime blues. We have a collection of music CDs that will satisfy any music fan.
Stop in and read your daily news in a comfy chair. We have both local and national newspapers. Back-issues are available for a limited time.
Choose from fiction, non-fiction, thrillers, mysteries, horror, fantasy, romance, self-improvement, history and more.
Choose from holiday favorites, drama, horror & scifi, and TV series. We have a wide range of DVDs and binge boxes.
Books On CD
Books on CD are limited. Search the database and have your new reads transferred to your library.
These resources are provided free to the residents of Ulster County through the work of your County Executive, the Ulster County Legislature and your local library.
E-Books and Audio books
Access thousands of e-books and audiobooks through digital apps. All free with your library card.
TV shows & Movies
Access thousands of documentaries, classic films, TV shows and movies from Kanopy.
Access you favorite magazines anytime using the RBDigital app. Don’t forget to set new issue reminders.
Access the New York Times and additional historical newspapers of the Hudson Valley including the Daily Freeman.