Collections: Access to all of our physical and electronic resources, including catalogs to other libraries and local historic item collections.
Technology: A description of all of the hardware and software available for public use.
Museum Passes: Both libraries carry passes that allow free or discounted access to nearby institutions.
Meeting Rooms: Rooms are available at both libraries for public use.
Homebound Delivery Service: The library visits individuals who are unable to visit the library due to health in their places of residence.
Reference: We are here to help answer your questions!
Events: Both libraries offer programs and host meetings for people of all ages and interests.
[SOAR] Talking Books – If you, or someone you know has difficulty reading regular print materials, the Connecticut Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped in Rocky Hill may be able to help. Our collection of 30,000+ digital audio books includes bestsellers, biographies, romance, mysteries, westerns, children’s books and much, much more. The Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped lends recorded books along with the necessary playback equipment, free of charge, to any Connecticut resident unable to read regular print due to a visual or physical disability. An application for service must be completed and signed by an appropriate certifying authority (such as a librarian). For more information call 860.721.2020 or toll free 800.842. 4516 to request an application or program information. An application for service can also be downloaded from the Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped website @ http://bit.ly/1AclL1T