Our local libraries offer many fun, educational – and social – activities for people of all ages. Here is a sampling of events you can enjoy. Try something new at your local library!
Enjoy book clubs and discussions with a wide range of topics and timeframes. There is undoubtably a book club to appeal to all tastes at our local libraries.
Ever wonder about the process behind writing a book? Our local libraries often host author talks where you can meet authors and learn about their craft.
2019 Reading Challenge for Adults
The Cyrenius H. Booth Library
If you are a book lover, you’ll love this monthly challenge. Read as many books you can in the designated category in order to have a chance at winning the grand prize. August’s category is non-fiction books.
Come and join in on genealogy discussions about family history, experiences, biology, and the memories that define who we are. Also, computers are available at all libraries for genealogy research.
Have some questions about using technology? Attend technology events at your town’s library where you can learn about Microsoft, Google, iPhones and more.
Do you have free time on your hands and want an enriching volunteering experience? There are many volunteer opportunities at the local libraries. All volunteers welcome!
Visit the websites of our local libraries to learn about their many programs and events:
Bethel Public Library
Bridgewater – Burnham Library
New Milford Public Library
New Fairfield Library
Newtown – Cyrenius H. Booth Library
Redding – Mark Twain Library
Southbury Public Library
Woodbury Public Library