Mission: The hudson library and historical society, known for its
Programs: Hudson library and historical society is a community lending library and its primary service is the maintenance and addition of resources for the use of its service population. Resources include books, dvd's, cd's, audiobooks, computer classes, databases, electronic devices, and periodicals. The library provides computers, study rooms, meeting rooms, and general areas of research. The hudson library and historical society's holdings include 250,000 items. The building is 55,000 square feet with the area divided into children, adult, archives, teen, and popular libraries. The library circulated over 1,100,000 items in 2017. The library also provides notary services to patrons.
during the year, the hudson library and historical society gives or hosts many programs of interest to the community. Award-winning authors come and give book talks and there are musical and theatrical performances almost weekly. The children's department has story hours of reading skills, kindermusic of the awareness of the arts and animal, bubble, and music shows for entertainment. Many local artists are highlighted in the art gallery. The library provides many programs dedicated to entreprene
the historical department of the library is dedicated to local history and genealogical research. The library's archives contain artifacts pertaining to the local history of hudson and is the depository of various community group's records. Database microform and print materials aid patrons in the research of local ancestors. There is a full-time archivist to maintain the collections, assist in research, and give classes and instruction.