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Next meeting - September 9 @ 1:30pm
You are now able to donate to the "Friends" using PayPal. Please visit their site to learn more.
Board of Library Directors
Tuesday, June 2 @ 7:30 pm
Library Mission Statement
Town of Burlington
Town Hall Hours
Monday - Thursday 8 am - 4 pm
Friday - 8 am - 12:30 pm
Regional School District 10
Library will be closed Saturday,
May 23 and Monday, May 25 for Memorial Day Weekend.
June 27 is the last Saturday the Library is open until Sept 12.
New Building Committee Search
The Burlington Public Library's Board of Library Directors is looking for a few dedicated people to serve on the New Building Committee. The committee will help assist with the following: checking invoices to be paid, helping with design choices, keeping the project on task and making sure the budget is adhered to, along with other details. If you have architectural, landscaping, business, engineering skills, financial skills, just to name a few, and have the time to volunteer, the Board of Library Directors would love to hear from you.
The Board of Library Directors invite interested Burlington residents to write a letter and send it to
Marie Spratlin Hasskarl,
We are looking for the following:
An active and dedicated adult Burlington Public Library patron, and a resident of Burlington.
Available for many hours of meetings. This could be 12 - 15 hours a month for about 18 months.
Shares the library vision, has relevant experience and has a unique perspective to offer the New Building Committee.
Please send or email a letter regarding your interest and qualifications by Friday,
May 29 to the address below:
Marie Spratlin Hasskarl
Burlington Public Library
PO Box 1379 * 34 Library Lane
Burlington, CT 06013
860. 673. 3331 x 202
860. 673. 0897 fax
Upcoming Events for Adults
@ the library.
Upcoming Events for Children
@ the library.
Upcoming Events for Teens
@ the library.
Journey around the World
Saturday, May 30 @ 1:00 pm
Join storyteller Rona Leventhal for a journey around the world and back with her large bag of multi-cultural stories that will have you singing and laughing.
Registration required. You may register in person, Online
or by calling 860.673.3331.
Book Discussion Group
AM Book group meet on the third Tuesday of the month at 11:00 am. Books available at the library for participants.
AM Discussion Book List 2015
Some programs require registration. You may register in person, Online or by calling 860.673.3331.
Proposed Library Expansion
Referendum for the
Library Expansion passed!
Thank you to all our supporters.
Online Databases - check them out!
Exciting Online Animated Talking Picture Book Library for Kids!
Consumer Reports is an expert, independent, nonprofit organization whose mission is to work for a fair, just, and safe marketplace for all consumers and to empower consumers to protect themselves.
What to read next - check out NoveList Plus a wonderful resource to locate a book, author, or series.
State Library Catalogue and
other online resources.
Ancestry Library Edition
click on logo above to access this wonderful resource. Access is available from in the library only.
Ebooks @ the library
The Cuckoo's Calling
Last Original Wife
Three Can Keep a Secret
Becareful what you wish for
Available on the library's
Nook or Kindle eReaders -
ask at the
Borrow an eReader
or MP3 Player
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Great selection of audio books to download to your electronic device - Android, MP3 Player, iPod, and other devices.
Just click on the icon above to access this collection of audio books.
Great selection of audio books and ebooks for you to download to your MP3 player, Nook, Kindle, Tablet, Smartphone, or Computer.
Just click on the icon above to access this database.
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