The Library building is open to the public. 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.


Register for one-on-one help with your genealogy questions! LEARN MORE...

Kick off your weekend with an afternoon movie! LEARN MORE...

Pick up everything you need for storytime and join us online! LEARN MORE...

Request items for pickup inside the Library or curbside! LEARN MORE...

Try your hand at writing cursive! LEARN MORE...

Make an adorable succulent plant to enjoy or give as a gift! LEARN MORE...



At the Library


HOURS
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 are required. Per the Town of Harwinton, masks are required inside the building until further notice. Items may be returned inside or through our Book Drop.
We continue to offer curbside borrowing.

Computers are available for adults and children but the Library cannot provide headphones. Please bring your own headphones if you need to use computer audio.


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Librarian's Corner


Happy New Year to our patrons!
We kick off January with a cozy and colorful display of quilts from the Goshen Star Quilters, January 8 – February 26. You can view the show in our online gallery, or visit the Library for a close-up look at the exquisite work that goes into these beautiful works of fabric art.

Winter Storytimes begin later this month, and we are excited to try a new model for our Storytime programing. Pick up a weekly Take Home kit with everything you need for Storytime including books, activities, songs and crafts. Then join Miss Amanda on Zoom each Tuesday morning for a live, interactive Storytime. Can’t make Tuesday mornings? View a recording of the Storytime on your own schedule. We hope to resume in person Storytimes in the spring.

Are you interested in exploring your ancestry? Get help from an expert: Harwinton Town Historian Susan Fenn McClen will visit the Library each month to assist patrons one-on-one. Whether you are just getting started or have specific questions from your research, Sue can help. Space is limited – register for your session.

Is mindfulness one of your New Year’s resolutions? New members are always welcome at our Wednesday afternoon Mindful Meditation group.


New In Our Collection



What Are We Reading This Month?

Staff Pic of the Month


The Six of Crows
by Leigh Bardugo


Book Cover

BOOK DESCRIPTION:

It is a heist, a fantasy, and a mystery. Bardugo keeps enough hidden that her reveals are satisfying to read. Bardugo’s writing is literary and poetic as well as action packed. She draws images with her words that make the city of Ketterdam feel real and just around the corner. "When the end of the novel came, I found myself wishing for more. This is easily one of the best books I have ever read." Harwinton Library Staff Member

Book Discussion - Monday, February 28th @ 6 pm


The Silent Patient
by Alex Michaelides


The Oregon Trail

BOOK DESCRIPTION:

Alicia Berenson’s life is seemingly perfect. One evening her husband Gabriel returns home late and Alicia shoots him five times in the face, and then never speaks another word. Theo Faber is a criminal psychotherapist who has waited a long time for the opportunity to work with Alicia and unravel this mystery. We will meet in our activity room.