The Massena Public Library found its permanent home at 41 Glenn Street back in the early 1960s – thanks to a memorial gift of a son for his father. Victor, the son of Henry H. Warren (whose company built the first hydroelectric facility in Massena), set aside a sum of money so that a memorial could be erected for his father. A library was chosen as the ideal memorial to Henry Warren and, upon the completion of its construction in September of 1962, it was dedicated and given to the Town of Massena.
Since that time, the library has enjoyed sustained growth with its well-stocked shelves, modern facilities and implementation of technology. Visit the library’s website for details on computer use, reading rooms, directions, and events they have scheduled.