Library Services, updated 4/5
To minimize the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the library will remain closed to the public until re-opening tentatively scheduled for Thursday, April 23.
All library-sponsored and outside programs are cancelled, rescheduled, or postponed, through the end of April. This includes: story-times, lectures, book discussions, crafts, and any small gathering.
Our doors may be closed, but we are still offering a wide variety of digital services, resources, and media, accessible 24/7 online. With more to come!
NEW! Join us on Facebook for our community stay-at-home activity, Together Apart Newtown! Each day we will post a free online activity for adults. We hope you will participate, then comment on the activity. Did you like it? Did it inspire you? Some of the activities are time sensitive (it is up to the institution or artist), some will be up for awhile.
You can find all of that, and more, right here on our website. Don’t forget to bookmark our website, and check back regularly for updates!
Do you have questions? Want to reach a library staff person? For a response, please email us at email@example.com.
We miss you and hope you and your loved ones are doing well. We can’t wait to see you again.
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- Resources & Updates for Individuals
- Resources & Updates for Businesses
- Online Media for Fun & Learning
- All Digital Resources
- E-books, Audiobooks, Movies, & More
Many of these online resources requires a valid C.H. Booth library card. If your card was close to expiring, it has been automatically renewed until June 1. If your card already expired, you will need to contact us to update it. If you are a Newtown resident and you don’t have a card, apply for your temporary library card online today: