Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 9:30am-5:30pm,  Tuesday and Thursday: 9:30am-9pm, Saturday: 9:30am-4pm, Sunday: 12pm-5pm

Summer Series Kickoff with Alyce Cognetta Bertz and Meg Cognetta Heaton

Wednesday, May 31 at 7pm in Brinker Fireplace Room

Join us for an evening of classical music with sisters Alyce Cognetta Bertz and Meg Cognetta Heaton. Ms. Bertz will lead on her exceptional Italian violin made by Postiglione in 1869 and Ms. Heaton will accompany her on the piano. Sponsored by the Leroy Anderson Foundation.

Cognetta Sisters

Summer Reading is Coming!

Saturday, June 17  Get ready to read this summer at the Southbury Public Library! Our theme is CREATE and we’ll be making summer fantastic through storytimes, crafts, programs, and more! Stay tuned for details. Initial registration must be in person on or after June 17. summer reading

Lincoln Center Local: Act One 

POSTPONED TO FRIDAY, MAY 26TH AT 1PM in Kingsley Few have captured the magic of the theater better than Moss Hart, a poor kid from the Bronx who became a lion of Broadway. In this Lincoln Center Theater’s Tony-nominated Best Play, three-time Tony winner James Lapine reimagines Moss Hart’s captivating memoir for the stage with a cast led by Tony Shalhoub, Andrea Martin, and Santino Fontana. ActOne0308r cap_LC213130

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State Delivery System Update

Please be aware of significant changes in our state delivery system. The state is looking to cut funding which means our transit system will suffer and as a result we will be having fewer and smaller deliveries. This means that when you request an item it will take longer for it to arrive at our library for pickup. We do everything we can to provide requested materials from around the state but the vast majority of this service falls in the hands of the transit service.  Your patience and understanding are appreciated. If this is something you have strong feelings about, you can contact your local state representative.