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

A Virtual Stroll through the Cloisters Museum

Thursday, June 22nd at 2pm in the Kingsley Room

Join us for an afternoon with former Art Historian from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Michael Norris, as he takes us on a virtual stroll through the medieval masterpieces of the Metropolitan’s Cloisters.

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Summer Reading at the Southbury Public Library

Saturday, June 17 - Friday, August 4. All tickets are due by 12 NOON on 8/4/17.

Register in person at the Youth Services circulation desk. We have programs for ages 6 months – 18 years. The Summer Reading Program is generously sponsored by the Virginia Fabiani Memorial Gift Fund and the Friends of the Southbury Public Library. For information, please call 203-262-0626 ext. 3.summer reading

MuUyas Chamber Trio

Friday, June 30th at 2pm in the Kingsley Room

Join us as the MuUyas Chamber Trio plays a vivacious range of music from early Baroque style to early Beethoven. The MuUyas Chamber Trio was formed because of their passion, enthusiasm and love for the chamber music repertoire. “MuUyas” means “making music” in the dialect from Seediq, one of fourteen Taiwanese aboriginal tribes.
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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.