Library Procedures for COVID-19

Updated November 14, 2020

The library will be following state and local health requirements related to COVID-19. Here is what this means for your use of the library. Masks are required to enter the building for any length of time. By entering the library, you agree that your answer to each of the following questions is no:

  • Have you been in contact with anyone with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the past 14 days?
  • Are you experiencing any of the following:
    • Temperature over 100 degrees in the past 72 hours?
    • Respiratory symptoms including a runny nose, sore throat, cough or shortness of breath? Flu-like symptoms?
    • Change in your sense of taste or smell?

We thank you for keeping the library safe.

Special Notice as of Saturday, November 14, 2020:

Due to the Town Public Health Alert, all in person library services are postponed immediately. Curbside pickup, virtual reference services, and online content remain available. In the interest of public health and safety, only authorized personnel will be permitted to enter the library during this alert period. Thank you for helping us keep the library and each other safe.

We will update this information as our services expand. Thank you again for keeping our library safe.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work towards meeting your library needs. For questions, call 860.399.6422. FREE WIFI is available outside the building. You can pick it up in your car. Be advised, this WIFI is not password protected. Use at your own risk. We also have several online offerings for eBooks, downloadable audiobooks, and online learning under the Resources tab (click here).