The Library building is open to the public at limited capacity. We will continue to offer curbside borrowing. HOURS: Monday 12:30-8:30, Tuesday 9:30-5:30, Wednesday 12:30-8:30, Thursday 9:30-5:30, Friday 9:30-5:30, Saturday 9:30-3.

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At the Library

Monday, Wednesday: 12:30 – 8:30
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9:30 - 5:30
Saturday 9:30 – 3:00

Welcome Back!
We are delighted to welcome the public back into our Library building. No appointments required, but capacity is limited. Please wear a mask, sign in and have your temperature scanned at the front desk upon entering. We will continue to offer curbside borrowing.

Please continue to return ALL Library materials through our Book Drop. NO returns will be accepted at the Circulation Desk.

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Librarian's Corner

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A reminder to our patrons that Acorn TV will no longer be available for streaming after May 20th. Those with Acorn TV already checked out on that date will continue to have access for the full loan period. IndieFlix and The Great Courses are still available, now through OverDrive. Watch for Hoopla, coming to our Library in June. Enjoy eBooks, audiobooks, music and streaming video - all with no waiting!

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Our Seed Library is officially open for the season! You can call or email to request seeds for curbside pickup; check our inventory for what's available.

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What Are We Reading This Month?

Staff Pic of the Month

The Last Garden In England
By Julia Kelly

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"Do you enjoy historical fiction? Do you love gardens? Do you love a mystery? This book has it all! A poignant and heart wrenching tale of five women in three eras, whose lives are tied together by one very special garden. I couldn’t put it down! " Harwinton Library Staff Member

Evening Book Discussion - Monday, June 14th @ 7 pm

The Lost City of the Monkey God
by Douglas Preston

Lost City of the Monkey God


A five-hundred-year-old legend. An ancient curse. A stunning medical mystery. And a pioneering journey into the unknown heart of the world’s densest jungle. In 2012 Doug Preston joined a team of scientists on a groundbreaking new quest. Weather permitting this discussion will take place outside, if not this will be a virtual discussion.