Library News

New to the library? Sign up for your “cybrary” card today!

Click on the flyer to register for your “cybrary” card!

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Get creative with Earth-friendly activities on Creativebug!

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Give new life to old objects and get innovative with those cardboard delivery boxes! Log in to Creativebug using your Farmington Libraries card and try out some fun eco-friendly crafts.

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Get started with Hoopla

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Enjoy ebooks, audiobooks, and videos on Hoopla using your Farmington Libraries card. Recently, Hoopla made its Bonus Borrows Collection, consisting of over 1000 titles, available for anyone with a Hoopla account. Borrowing any of these titles will not count against the five credits you currently get through the Farmington Libraries. Not sure how to get […]

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Ring your bells to support our essential workers!

On Friday April  17th at 7:00pm all the church bells in Farmington and Unionville will be ringing to demonstrate appreciation and thanks for all the heroic efforts by the many men and women who are risking their own lives and health to continue providing the necessary services to the community. Take a moment to make some noise […]

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Using the Libby App

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Want to learn how to use Libby, by OverDrive, to borrow and download audiobooks and ebooks onto your device? Caroline makes it easy to get set up with the app. Watch her step by step tutorial here.

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Join the Stuck-at-Home Challenge!

This program is open to all ages. Each challenge you complete is one entry to win one of our prize packs! Don’t forget to fill out the form below to enter! Prize Packs Challenges Read or listen to a book Learn something new Go for a walk Try a new recipe Paint or draw a […]

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Coronavirus Updates & Resources

Updated 3/17, 10:00 AM The Farmington Libraries are currently closed until further notice. We are using an abundance of caution to be socially responsible and avoid spreading this disease. BOOK DROPSOur book drops are NO LONGER OPEN, but we have extended our due date until April 15 (and possibly later). Please keep your items at […]

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Announcement

In order to spend more time with her family and pursue further education, Executive Director Laura Horn tendered her resignation effective March 11, 2020. A search committee has been formed by the Library Board to look for her replacement. The Board would like to thank Laura for her service and contributions to the Farmington Libraries. […]

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Jamming out in the Farmington Library

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Earlier this September, Mary Lee Brody demonstrated two methods of making jam for Farmington Library patrons as part of our popular Master Class series. Patrons tried delicious grape and strawberry jam with crackers and left with jam-making know-how. Interested in attending one of our classes? Sign up in October for Mary’s no-knead bread making class […]

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March of Dimes visits the Farmington Libraries

The Farmington Libraries ended the winter season with a successful Sit-n’-Knit class, led by our in-house knitting expert Jodi Lewanda. Under Jodi’s tutelage, Farmington Libraries patrons learned to knit squares of yarn and then sew them together to make baby blankets for March of Dimes. Thank you to Deborah Poudrier-Fafard, the Associate Executive Director of […]

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