With spring just around the corner, get your ride in tip-top shape!
From handlebars to tires, you’ll learn the nuts and bolts of how to properly care for your bike and be off exploring the town in no time! More information...
Don’t miss the Stratford Library’s Reading Challenge Game … Read 1000 pages this year!
Sign ups begin November 4 online or in the Library. Read 200 pages each month from November to March to win monthly prizes. Children who read 1000 pages will receive an invitation to a party! Check our Facebook Event Page for monthly photo challenges. Follow the instructions to post photos of your child reading around Stratford and earn chances to win extra prizes! November’s challenge is “Read with a pet.” (Optional activity)
Iconic Photojournalism Is Celebrated in Stratford
“Captured in Time” is the March art exhibit at the Library. On loan from Hartford TheaterWorks, the documentary photography exhibit includes some of the most iconic examples of American photojournalism ever recorded. More information...
Free showings of popular films at noon in the Lovell Room
This film series will continue through Spring 2014. Movies are shown uncut on widescreen in the Stratford Library Lovell Room. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. More information...
“Books Over Coffee” is our monthly book discussion program. More information...
The library is now accepting donations for our annual book sale.
We welcome good, hard cover books and paperbacks, fiction or non-fiction, children’s books, sound and video recordings and sheet music (please note: we do not accept textbooks, encyclopedias, Reader’s Digest Condensed Books, or magazines). More information...
You’ve heard of them. Are they for you? Come to a Library Technology Sandbox.
A Technology Sandbox is a place:
Free manufacturers’ coupons. No printing, no hassles.
The Stratford Library Adult Services Department has begun a free coupon program for its patrons. The give-away is in conjunction with Two Frugal Fairfielders, a local blog which provides an online community place to share local affordable ways to live in Fairfield County and promotes frugality as a way to live a simple and prosperous life. More information...
CTWorks Career Coach, a career center on wheels designed to deliver career services and training opportunities at a variety of locations throughout Connecticut visits the library each month. The Career Coach delivers free services to workers and job seekers who are unable to get the services at local career centers. More information...
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