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To contain the spread of COVID-19, the library building is CLOSED. Phone and email hours are Monday–Friday, 9am–5pm.

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Upcoming Events

Crafting at a Distance

Thursday, June 11
6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
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Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group Online

Monday, June 15
1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
RSVP to Patty O’Brian: 203-859-1992

Books and Coffee Online

Wednesday, June 17
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
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Cookbook Club Online

Monday, June 22
6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
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Healing During a Crisis

Tuesday, June 23
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
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Crafting at a Distance

Thursday, June 25
6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
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News & Info

  • June 1, 2020

    Need more mystery in your life? Check out a mystery audiobook from hoopla! We’ve looked through thousands of titles to bring you some great “whodunits,” from hidden gems to genre-defining classics—plus a list of standout mystery authors.

  • May 27, 2020

    Knowing where and how injustice exists is the first step to being aware of the problems faced by those around us and finding ways to effect change. Here are some eye-opening books and podcasts to help you on a journey towards social justice.

  • May 26, 2020

    Send us a photo of your pet(s) (or stuffed animals) reading a book, magazine, ebook, etc. for a chance to win an as-yet-to-be-determined but very cool prize when the library reopens!

  • I don’t know about you, but sometimes I just need a good treasure hunt or globe-trotting journey.

  • May 17, 2020

    Our resident fan of sci-fi and horror, Mike, has sifted through over six thousand audiobooks on hoopla to bring you the best in Science Fiction.

New Books
.Camino Winds.
.Walk the Wire.
.After Sundown .
.Fearless.
.Revenge.
.Devoted.
.The Bird Way .
.The Summer Set .
.No Man
.Ghosting .
.Little Family.
.A Honeybee Heart Has Five Openings .
.Sunny Days .
.Enemy of All Mankind .
.Together .
.Real Men Knit.
.The Trouble with Hating You.
.Atomic Spy .
.Something to Talk About.
.Fairest .
.Officer Clemmons .
.Beach Read.
.Breath .
.Limitless .
.Troop 6000 .
.Fierce, Free, and Full of Fire .
.Legacy of Ash.
.Lincoln on the Verge .
.Tombstone .
.Sin Eater.
.If It Bleeds.
.The House of Kennedy.
.The Stolen Letter.
.And the Killer is ....
.Lady in Waiting .
.Hell and Other Destinations .
.Long Range.
.A Week at the Shore.
.The New Husband.
.The Book of Lost Friends .
.The Boy from the Woods.
.The Jane Austen Society.
.The Book of Longings.
.Hidden Valley Road .
.Say Yes to the Duke .
.This is How I Lied.
.The Healthy Brain Book .
.The Last Voyage of the Andrea Doria .
.The Murder of Twelve .
.The First Actress .
.The Secrets of Bones .
.Daughter of the Reich .
.The Paris Hours.
.Seeing Darkness.
.The Somerset Girls.
.The Silence .
.Keep Saying Their Names.
.The Shooting at Chateau Rock.
.The Last Hunt.
.Everyone Can Bake .
.The Florios of Sicily .
.Passage West .
.Unyielding Hope.
.The Sun Sister .
.Murder on Pleasant Avenue.
.Queenie Malone
.Crash.
.The Queen
.Deep in the Alaskan Woods.
.The Benefit of Hindsight .
.The Last Emperox.
.Miss Austen.
.The Sweeney Sisters .
.Feels Like Falling .
.Shiner.
.Hour of the Assassin .
.The Wellness Remodel .
.The Knockout Queen.
.Me & Patsy, Kickin
.Summer Darlings.
.Earth Almanac .
.The Last Bathing Beauty.
.The Way of Gratitude .
.A Course in Meditation .
.Laughter Yoga .
.Valentine .
.The Queen of Paris .
.The System .
.Red Dress in Black and White.
.They Went Left.
.Shakespeare for Squirrels .
.Katheryn Howard, the Scandalous Queen .
.Latitudes of Longing .
.The Paladin .
.Hello I Want to Die Please Fix Me .
.The Death of Jesus.
.142 Ostriches.
.A Hundred Suns.
.Awakenings.
.Moon Shell Beach .
.Thriving After Trauma .
.Throwaway Nation .
.The Slippery Slope of Healthcare .
.Black Widow .
.Death in the Family.
.One Little Lie.
.The Roxy Letters.
.How Much of These Hills is Gold.
.You Let Me in.

I have taken advantage of all craft and informational classes and found them to be most fun and beneficial. All attendees were very friendly and informative. I have taken; make your own natural cleaning products, wine glass etching, bags made out of tee shirts, and paper wreaths made out of encyclopedias. Ms, Ann is most knowledgeable, creative, and a wonderful resource. These crafts are not only relaxing to make, but could be used as future gifts! Our latest class was scrapbooking, and Ms. Ann provided all of the supplies! I never took advantage of so many classes as I did this summer. I am very grateful for our local library and for its wonderful staff! Thank you Ms. Ann for your kindness and patience!


— A lovely Facebook comment!