Local-History-SubjectThe Cutchogue-New Suffolk Free Library is housed in the former Independent Congregational Church of Cutchogue, circa 1862. New England in character, it is a one and a half story Italianate gable roof building with Gothic-headed windows and doors. Since 1914 it has been used as a library. Today it houses the children’s portion of the library along with a Local History Centre for Cutchogue and New Suffolk.
To learn more about the library visit their website: http://www.cutchoguelibrary.org/