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National Library Week April 19-25, 2020

posted Apr 19, 2020, 6:34 AM by NF Director
This week celebrates National Library Week and all that libraries provide. Even though the library is closed there are still ways to access materials. If you are a New Fairfield Resident and need a New Fairfield Free Public Library card, email lfox@newfairfieldlibrary.org with your name, address, phone number and proof of residency (license, or utility bill). The card will be issued and information  will be returned to you via email. This will enable you to access our digital services while we are closed. Phone calls are being answered between 10am and 11am Monday through Saturday at  203-312-5679  should you have any questions.. You may  also email your questions to circ@newfairfieldlibrary.org. 
Our digital resources can be accessed with a valid library card and password/pin number. Check out the resources under the Digital Downloads tab on this page. Other resources being offered at this time can be found  under News and Events on this page. Information is also available on the Library's web page and the weekly column in the Town Tribune.
If you want physical items, you may reserve them and they can be picked up at the Library's front door Monday to Saturday from 10-11am. If you are unable to do this, please call and arrangements may be made to drop them off at your home.  Please call 203 312-5679 between 10-11 am or email lfox@newfairfieldlibrary for more information.
Online programs are also being offered at this time. Check them out under the Programs tab on the web page or on the libraries Facebook page.