News and Events

  • Welcome to the New Fairfield Library

    Your library card allows you to check out books, magazines, DVDs, Blu-rays, music CDs, ebooks and eaudiobooks, books on CD, Playaway devices and large print books. You can access Online Resources such as Consumer Reports and legal music downloads. Visit the library for children's and adult programs, newspapers, reference help, or local history information. Other services include color and B&W copiers, scanners, FAX machine, interlibrary loan services and Internet workstations. From home, you can access the catalog, your account and multiple databases. Cardholders have statewide privileges allowing you to borrow materials from any public library and return them at any public library.
  • HRRA will be starting to offer ZOOM trash and recycling talks. This October, Jennifer Heaton-Jones, the Executive Director of the regional governmental solid waste and recycling authority, HRRA, will be starting to offer ZOOM trash and recycling talks. Trash Talk Date: Wednesday, October 7th Time: 6:30pm Location: Zoom Interested participants can go to and click on “register” under Trash Talk. Trash Talks are a family-friendly, informative recycling presentation.  The goal of the program is to equip the community with accurate, local information on waste management and recycling while having a bit of fun!  Managing waste and knowing what to Recycle can be confusing. Learn where our garbage and recycling really goes. What is the State of Connecticut’s universal recycling guide. What happens when you put ...
    Posted by NF Library
  • New Freading Titles Sept 17 2020 See the list.  Go to Freading
    Posted Sep 17, 2020, 12:10 PM by NF Library
  • Important message for Library patrons Sept 14, 2020 Regular Library hours are as follows until further notice: Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. & Sat. from 10am-1pm AND evening hours on: Mon. Wed. & Fri. from 4pm-7pm Continued use of online resources is encouraged. Updates will be posted on our web page For further information you can call 203-312-5679 during open hou   PLEASE NOTE: OUR ELEVATOR IS OUT OF SERVICE. If you cannot do the stairs we can offer curbside pickup.  
    Posted Sep 14, 2020, 4:58 AM by NF Library
  • We Grow Yoga We Grow Yoga Imagine Your Story Class. The class is designed for children ages 2-5 and their grown ups. We use our breath, our voices, our bodies, and our imaginations to play the story Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See by Eric Carle and Bill Martin Jr.
    Posted Sep 8, 2020, 7:50 AM by NF Programmer
  • Summer Reading Logs Do you need to print out your Summer Reading Log? Go to the link and sign in to retrieve it.
    Posted Aug 25, 2020, 7:51 AM by NF Director
  • 576 NEW FREADING TITLES –AUGUST 16, 2020 See the List Go to Freading
    Posted Aug 16, 2020, 9:40 AM by NF Library
  • New eBooks and eAudiobooks (mostly for children) NEW EBOOK TITLES AUG 13,2020 (mostly children’s) or  Search from the Catalog/My Account link above.
    Posted Aug 13, 2020, 3:12 PM by NF Library
  • Borrow digital magazines with your library card Library patrons: Now you can borrow digital magazines with your library card. See list here.   In the catalog, do a title search from this title list. You will see an Electronic location link near the bottom like this:  Click to access. or:  or:   You will have to sign in with your New Fairfield Library card and password. Call Library 203-312-5679 for help. Or, see how to apply here
    Posted Jul 18, 2020, 12:57 PM by NF Library
  • 576 New Freading Titles See the List Go to Freading
    Posted Jul 15, 2020, 4:16 AM by NF Library
  • New ebooks and audiobooks for children List of New ebooks and eaudiobooks for children.  Find them in the catalog or get them at RBDigital
    Posted Jun 20, 2020, 4:14 AM by NF Library
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Mon & Wed: 10 -1 & 4-7
Tues, Thur, Sat: 10- 1
Fri: 4-7


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