Library Resources

Lodi Literacy Hub

The Lodi Literacy Hub is a place where ALL readers, including those who are struggling, can find books and materials that meet them right where they are.

We understand that learning to read can be difficult.  

And, for those who are dyslexic or have other language-based learning disabilities, learning to read can feel like an insurmountable challenge.

We are proud to build a “gold standard” collection of decodable books; parent/guardian resources; Hi-Lo books and books by or about dyslexics.

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Come Play!

We offer many opportunities for play inside the Library and to take home.  We invite you to come explore!

Summer Reading Program 2024: Adventure Begins!

Join us from June 1st - August 31st for fun programming for all ages, special prizes and surprises along the way!  

To register, click HERE.

The June summer
Please email or call 607-582-6218 with any questions or concerns.

Community Artists

It is our honor to showcase local artists throughout the year.  Stories behind the artwork, and the artists who create them, are an important part of our community fabric.

Local History Research

Welcome to our Local History collection!  We have a small collection of genealogical and local history resources available for your research.  

Adventure Passes

Stop in to the Library to check out adventure passes/kits for FREE admission to the following locations.
Empire Pass

Empire Pass

The Empire Pass is your key to all-season enjoyment at New York State Parks. It provides unlimited day-use vehicle entry to most facilities operated by New York State Parks and the State Dept. of Environmental Conservation including forests, beaches, trails and more.

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The Sciencenter is a non-profit hands-on science museum in Ithaca, New York.  The Sciencenter inspires excitement for science through interactive exhibits and programs that engage, educate, and empower.

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Cayuga Nature Center

The Cayuga Nature Center provides indoor and outdoor programs and exhibits that encourage visitors to explore and understand the natural history of the Cayuga Lake Basin as part of the regional and global ecosystems.

The Nature Center’s 100 acres of woodland and old field overlooking Cayuga Lake are home to a six-story treehouse, live native animals, a gorge and waterfall, and more than 5 miles of walking trails. The historic main lodge, built by the WPA in 1939, houses the largest public aquarium in the Finger Lakes – highlighting the fish life of Cayuga Lake past and present – as well as exhibits on local forest ecology, wildlife, and climate.

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Museum of the Earth

The Paleontological Research Institution’s Museum of the Earth was established in 2003 to provide the general public with a unique opportunity to explore our world through a mix of natural history displays, interactive science features, and art exhibitions. The museum’s 8,000-square-foot permanent exhibition takes visitors on a journey through 4.5 billion years of history, from the Earth’s origin to the present day. Through hands-on, visual exhibitions and outreach, the Museum of the Earth encourages critical thinking about life on Earth in the past and today, and how our species is affecting the natural world.

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Paca Pass to Cabin View Alpacas

The Paca Pass is a special collaboration between Lodi Whittier Library and Cabin View Alpacas in Trumansburg, NY.  This pass allows you free admission for 1-2 adults and 2 children for Cabin View's Walking Tours Friday-Sunday from 11-4 during the Summer and Fall months.  Meet Moms and babies as you wander through their pasture, enjoy the company and the view of Cayuga Lake. A small group of yearling boys will eat out of your hand. Then on to see the donkeys and goats!  Arrangements for additional family members or activities can be purchased.

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