The Brooklyn Town Library Association is a non-profit organization operating the Brooklyn Town Library. The Association was incorporated in September 1893. The current library building was erected in 1821 to serve as a bank. In 1826, an addition was built to house an insurance office. A group of concerned citizens purchased the building in 1913 and donated it to the Library Association for use as The Brooklyn Town Library.
The Library is very active in promoting reading for children of all ages. For the past few years the library has supplied a Reading Room at the Brooklyn Summer Recreation Program. Library staff provides reading activities, books and games for children who attend, and an additional summer reading game for children woh do not attend the recreation program.
The Brooklyn Town Library Association will give the residents of Brooklyn the means to continue to learn throughout their lives, to meet their recreational reading interests , to find, use and evaluate information in a variety of formats, and the library will continue to be an important part of Community Life in Brooklyn and remain a free public library.
Hours: Monday and Wednesday, 2-7 p.m., Tuesday and Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Thursday and Friday, 2 p.m.-5 p.m.
Our mission is to provide the best possible information, educational, cultural and recreational services in a warm and inviting environment.
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 10-8, Friday, 1-5, Saturday, 10-2
The Union Free Public Library is a small, rural Library serving a community of less than 1,000 residents. We offer over 10,000 print volumes as well as access to materials from over 60 CT Libraries participating in the Bibliomation/Evergreen Consortium. We also offer downloadable e-Books for your e-Readers and downloadable audiobooks for your MP3 players through Overdrive.
Hours: Monday 1-4 p.m., Wednesday 5-8 p.m., Saturday, 9-1 p.m.