Learn more about the library, its policies, and the Town of Berlin.
Using the Library
Information about the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library.
There are many ways to support the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library! We accept donations of books, money, cars and other automobiles.
Visit this page to see information on elevator and book sale hours, holiday closings, driving directions, and parking.
Learn more about loan limits, late fees, library cards, holds, renewals, inter-library loan, and lost items. You can also visit My Account to keep track of your loans, renew items, and place holds—online!
To maintain a safe and welcoming environment for patrons and staff, the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library requires visitors to comply with library policies.
Information about the Library building, rooms, and amenities.
Little extras and features of the library.
The library has four study rooms available at no charge. Study rooms fit up to five people include a whiteboard, and may be reserved for up to 2 hours.
The library has two public meeting rooms that can be rented during regular library hours. These rooms are used for library programming, and will be unavailable during those times. Fundraisers or sales are not allowed, except for library and town sponsored events.
Bring your memories into the digital age! The media lab lets you convert old photos and video into computer files. Share them on social media, email them to friends, and safely back them up for future generations!
Technology at the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library, including public computers, Wi-Fi, printing, scanning, copying, and faxing.
Town and History
Information about the Town of Berlin.
Resources and information for Berlin residents and visitors.
We’re no Harry Potter, but we can trace the library’s beginnings back to a cupboard under the stairs. Discover the early history of the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library, all the way back to the 1829 Kensington Library Society!
The Local History Room contains historical documents and information about the Town of Berlin and its residents. It is open to the public, although items must be used within the library and cannot be checked out.
The Friends of the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting library enrichment for individuals and the entire community. They run the Friends Book Sale and fund many of our programs and events.
News and resources for spreading the word about the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library.