News and Events

  • Welcome to the New Fairfield Library

    Your library card allows you to check out books, magazines, DVDs, Blu-rays, music CDs, ebooks and eaudiobooks, books on CD, Playaway devices and large print books. You can access Online Resources such as Consumer Reports and legal music downloads. Visit the library for children's and adult programs, newspapers, reference help, or local history information. Other services include color and B&W copiers, scanners, FAX machine, interlibrary loan services and Internet workstations. From home, you can access the catalog, your account and multiple databases. Cardholders have statewide privileges allowing you to borrow materials from any public library and return them at any public library.
  • Summer Reading Begins June 29, 2020   Register online for our Summer Reading Program. "Imagine Your Story," will begin Monday, June 29, at 10 a.m. Use the link https://newfairfieldlibrary.beanstack.org/ to register and log the books you read this summer. For each hour you read, you will receive a raffle ticket that you can enter to win one of our five weekly prizes.Don't have a PC? You can download the Beanstack App  to your phone and log your books that way.Adults don't let the kids have all the fun. We have a Summer Reading Program for Adults too. Use the same link, https://newfairfieldlibrary.beanstack.org/ or the Beanstack App to log your summer reading. For every book you read ...
    Posted Jun 24, 2020, 8:06 AM by NF Programmer
  • New ebooks and audiobooks for children List of New ebooks and eaudiobooks for children.  Find them in the catalog or get them at RBDigital
    Posted Jun 20, 2020, 4:14 AM by NF Library
  • Library Reopening The library is opening on June 20th, with reduced hours and services. The library will have the following safety precautions in place: Plexiglas shields at the desksRegular cleaning of equipmentContinued quarantining of returned materialsSocial distancing and requiring the wearing of masks.Hand sanitizer will be availableNo public bathrooms will be availableIn addition, the following restrictions will occur:The library will open with reduced hours as follows:Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday  10 am to 1 pmand evening hours:Monday, Wednesday, Friday  4 pm to 7 pmComputer use will be limited to 45 minutes and the number of computers available is reduced. All programs will be virtual.Your time in the library should be ...
    Posted Jun 20, 2020, 6:03 AM by NF Director
  • 580 New Freading Titles (downloadable)  List of 580 New Freading titles Go to Freading
    Posted Jun 16, 2020, 9:26 AM by NF Library
  • 573 New Freading ebooks now available     Here is the list of New Freading titles for May 2020.    Go to Freading 
    Posted May 16, 2020, 8:26 AM by NF Library
  • New eBooks and eAudiobooks New ebooks May 8 List  New eAudiobooks May 8 List  To download, search for any of these using our catalog link (above) and you will see, within the record,  the following  link for access:CLICK ELECTRONIC LOCATION LINK AT BOTTOM TO GET EBOOK (or EAUDIOBOOK)
    Posted May 8, 2020, 10:12 AM by NF Library
  • New Fairfield Attractions Documentary by Matt Gilshteyn, a local resident https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxHtJJNjkQk 
    Posted May 7, 2020, 9:58 AM by NF Library
  • Fairfield County Libraries: Virtual and Online Events Calendar Fairfield County Libraries: Virtual and Online Events
    Posted May 7, 2020, 7:37 AM by NF Library
  • Lists of New audioBooks and eBooks May 1, 2020 Available for download:New audiobooks May 1, 2020New ebooks May 1, 2020Get them here: 
    Posted May 2, 2020, 2:59 AM by NF Library
  • 569 New eBook titles from Freading Here is the list of new Freading titles for April 22, 2020Go to Freading here.
    Posted Apr 22, 2020, 12:36 PM by NF Library
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Hours


Reduced hours effective 6/20/2020
Mon & Wed: 10 -1 & 4-7
Tues, Thur, Sat: 10- 1
Fri: 4-7

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(203) 312-5679
Children's Library
(203) 312-5682

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The New Fairfield Library seeks to serve the community as a source of information, education, recreation, and enjoyment by assisting individuals and groups in their daily activities and development and by being a center for business, social, cultural and recreational development.