The Scotland Public Library, founded in February 1895, functions to collect, organize and preserve informational and recreational books and other materials for the public use, without discrimination of any kind.Directions to Scotland Library
***Check out the USEFUL LIBRARY LINKS on the right side of this page for links to free audio books and e-books.
THE LIBRARY IS CLOSED ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 31 FOR LABOR DAY WEEKEND.
SUMMER READING AT THE LIBRARY – FINALE
Our Summer Reading Program concludes on Saturday, August 3 at 10 a.m. with the program Our Universal Neighbors by the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center. We will learn about the planets and make a cool craft, enjoy tasty refreshments, and draw the winners of our prize raffle.
Funding for the Finale is provided by the Leo J. and Rose Pageau Trust.
The 2019 Connecticut Authors Trail
The Trail makes a stop at the Scotland Public Library on
Thursday, August 22 at 6:30 p.m.
Our guest author, Jessica Bayliss, will discuss her young adult novel Ten After Closing. Ms. Bayliss will be available to sell and sign copies of her book. Refreshments will be served. Stop by participating libraries to pick up a Passport and join the fun!
We are looking for volunteers to help staff the Information Booth at the annual Highland Festival on Sunday, October 13. Contact the library if you are interested in helping for an hour or two.
The library is taking donations of new or gently used books for an upcoming sale in the fall. Donations must be clean and in good condition. Please drop off donations during library hours only. Thank you.