Library Events & Programs

We offer a multitude of programs for people of all ages including technology classes, story times for children of all ages, programs for teens, book clubs, and special programs. Check out what we have to offer…

Please Note: Some events may require advance registration.

What's Happening at the Library?

Jan
19
Friday | 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM | Recommend Ages: All Ages
Friday Friends: Coffee Hour and Storytime Join us every Friday from 10:30-11:15 for storytime and free coffee for parents and caregivers. All ages welcome.

Jan
19
Friday | 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Stitch Night - Little Hats, Big Hearts Yes, stitch night is ON this Friday. We will be stitching up caps for the American Heart Association - Little Hats, Big Hearts, baby caps for CT hospitals to be presented in February and March. If you are a knitter, come and see what this is all about. We will supply yarn and patterns. P.S. Crocheters Welcome too!

Jan
23
Tuesday | 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM | Recommend Ages: All Ages Welcome
Night Watchers: Phases of the Moon Our Night Watchers Series will be led by local astronomy enthusiast, James Newton. During our meetings children and adults will have an opportunity to learn about various astronomy topics, ask questions, make crafts, and conclude the evening under the stars using a real telescope. Hot chocolate will be provided. Registration Suggested. Our January 9th meeting will explore phases of the moon. Fingers crossed for clear skies and some amazing telescope viewing!
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Jan
26
Friday | 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM | Recommend Ages: All Ages
Friday Friends: Coffee Hour and Storytime Join us every Friday from 10:30-11:15 for storytime and free coffee for parents and caregivers. All ages welcome.

Jan
30
Tuesday | 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM | Recommend Ages: All Ages Welcome
Night Watchers: Visit a Real Observatory! During our final Night Watchers meeting we will meet at The John J. McCarthy Observatory in New Milford, CT (located behind New Milford High School). During our visit we will have an opportunity to view space through their high powered 16″ Meade Schmidt Cassegrain telescope. This telescope has been used to discover asteroids and observe hundreds of potentially hazard space objects. REGISTRATION WILL BE REQUIRED, if we do not have enough attendees we will have to cancel. ABOUT THE SERIES Our Night Watchers Series will be led by local astronomy enthusiast, James Newton. During our meetings children and adults will have an opportunity to learn about various astronomy topics, ask questions, make crafts, and conclude the evening under the stars using a real telescope. Registration Suggested.
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