The door to the right of the entrance today leads into the “memory” of the house, the two rooms of the library. Here, people conduct digital and analog research, read and think. About 5,000 books are available, including Judaica, belles lettres, and a section with books for children and teens. Around a large, round table, the active members of the Association for the Blue House meet weekly, exchanging ideas and planning activities. The library is open for research, and other associations may use it upon request.