Library Location:                                                   Library Hours:
21 Brook Rd.                                                                    Tues. 3-7
P.O. Box 286 (mailing)                                                  Wed.  3-7
Scotland, CT  06264                                                      Thurs. 9-12 & 3-8
Tel. 860-423-1492 Fax: 860-423-1526               Fri. 3-7 
                                                                                              Sat. 9-2
Scotland Pub. Library LogoThe 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.


Due to recent health concerns, the library will be CLOSED effective Saturday,  March 14 until further notice. 

All library activities are cancelled for this time period. 

All due dates have been extended on books, movies, and magazines, and all fines will be waived.   Thank you for your cooperation.

The library is NOT taking donations at this time.  Please do not put donations in the book drop or leave in front of the library.  Thank  you.


Did you know that you can access the library’s WiFi connection from outside the building?  Yes, it is up 24/7 and not currently password protected.  Enjoy.




Through August 31, you can enjoy free access to TUMBLE BOOKS on-line.  There are catagories for e-books and audiobooks for  children, teens, and adults.  Why not click on a link below to check out what they have to offer:

TumbleBooks for children in grades k – 6

TumbleMath for children in grades k-6

TumbleBook Cloud for grades 7 – 12

TumbleBook Audio book Cloud for all ages

RomanceBook Cloud for adults who love romance novels


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The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History is an excellent resource for students and anyone interested in lectures, study guides, and primary source documents related to American history.

Follow the link below to sign-up for limited time free access to the website:

Gilder Lehrman Institute for American History

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The EBSCO databases offered by the CT State Library through the researchIT link in the upper right-hand corner under Useful Library Links typically requires you to enter your barcode number on your library card.  For a limited time, however, the following information for logging in should gain you access to various databases for reasearch.

EBSCO has provided the following universal password that can be used at this time.

username: ctlibresearch

password: Spring20!

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Mystic Seaport Museum

The library has a 1 year membership to Mystic Seaport offering discounted admission.  Stop by for all the details and to borrow a pass.  






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For a list of passes to area attractions – click the SERVICES link above.

For upcoming activites – click on WHAT’S HAPPENING, KID’S CORNER, or TEEN’S SPOT.

For a list of new books and movies – click on WHAT’S NEW.