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 THURSDAY, JULY 4.
SUMMER READING AT THE LIBRARY
Signups began the week of June 25. There is still time to register and pick up your summer reading packet with activity calender. All ages are welcome to register. See you at the library!
Join us on Thursday, June 27 at 4 p.m. for an introduction to classical music featuring youth musicians from across the state. Music, games, and more. This is a free program and open to all ages.
The 2019 Connecticut Authors Trail
Kick-off is July 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the Janet Carlson Calvert Library in Franklin.
Guest author, Marty Podskoch, will discuss his book
Connecticut 169 Club
Star Gazing Party is CANCELLED due to forecast of rain and thunderstorms. Stay tuned for new date and time!
Star Gazing Party at the Library
Thursday, July 11 at 8 p.m.
Join us for an evening of star gazing with Chris Markiewicz from the Astronomical Society of Greater Hartford. There will be a brief introduction to the night sky followed by an opportunity to view the moon and stars through a high-powered telescope. Refreshements will be served.
Speed Stacking Summer Reading Program
Tuesday, July 23 at 4 p.m.
Professional speed stacker, Glenn Costello, will be here to demonstrate this exciting activity. This program is open to ages 8 and up but you must REGISTER as space is limited. Call the library to reserve your spot!
Funding for this program is provided by the Leo J. and Rose Pageau Trust.
A special Thank You to Norwich Tech. student, Deegan, and the entire Graphic Technology Team for their work on designing the new Scotland Public Library logo! Look for it on display this fall at the Highland Festival!