The Library is Open
We are working every day to adapt our services to the changing landscape of the pandemic. Thank you for your support and patience. Here is what we are doing. The library is open for indoor services Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 9 AM-5 PM, and Tuesday and Thursday 9 AM-8 PM. Indoor services include unlimited browsing and borrowing of library materials, physically distanced seating for study and leisure, physically distanced computer use for at least an hour at a time, periodicals, copying and printing for 10 cents per page, faxes for $1 per job, reference assistance, and touchless technology assistance by appointment. We will continue to offer curbside service Tuesday-Saturday 9 AM-5 PM. We are accepting limited bookings for room use for groups, meetings, and programs. Meeting Room Applications are available here. The library will be following state and local health requirements related to COVID-19. Here is what this means for your use of the library. Masks are encouraged for the safety of all patrons and staff. Masks are required to enter the building for any length of time for those who are not fully vaccinated (State of Connecticut Executive Order No. 12).

Before Visiting the Library
Please review the following information about our services:

Library Service Updates
Updated June 26, 2021

Library Procedures for COVID-19
Updated May 20, 2021

Upcoming Events

Outdoor Movie Nights: July 22nd (Shrek), August 12th (The Sandlot) (intended for all patrons)

Summer Reading BINGO: Now through August 30th

Caregiver Connection: Wednesdays, June 23-August 25 (intended for caregivers and 0-2 years old, plus siblings)

Video Game Night: July 8th (intended for people in 5th grade and up)

Beach Storytime: Meet us at the beach on Seaside Avenue Friday mornings, July 9-30, at 10 am. No registration required.

Bryson Lang: The Cure for the Common Show: July 29th, 2 pm (intended for all patrons)

Books & Barks: Fridays, August 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th at the library, from 10-11 am. Children who are 5 years old and up that can read independently are able to schedule a 15-minute session to read to Humor, an 18 month old Guide Dog in the first phase of her training. Call the library to register.

Summer Raptors: Thursday, August 12th, 10:00-10:30 am (intended for all patrons) Blue Moon Raptors will bring a barred owl and a red-shouldered hawk so we can learn all about these amazing birds of prey. Registration required.

Virtual Services

Hoopla Digital
Ancestry for Libraries
Digital Magazines
Remote Printing
Virtual Story Hour with Mrs. Nyman
Weekly Tech Trivia
What To Do In Connecticut

New Books