Welcome to Southington Library and Museum


Welcome to The Southington Public Library Events Blog, the place to get the latest on “What’s Happening” at the library for adults and families by clicking on the tabs to the right. All events and programs sponsored by the library are free and open to the community for their enjoyment and education. Please visit our homepage and click on Calendar of Events to see what is happening at the Southington Public Library and Barnes Museum. Come in to register for your free Southington Public Library card, provide us your email address to receive our monthly email newsletter “blast” of upcoming events.

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Visit the “Friends Bookstore” Monday and Thursday 2 – 5 pm, Tuesday and Wednesday 2 – 8:30 pm and Friday 10 am – 4:30 pm. Consider becoming a Friend of the Library and support our free programs.
Visit The GALLERY at the Library to view new artwork every month presented by a local artist. The Gallery is located in the Southington Public Library, 255 Main Street, Southington, CT. The Gallery is open to the public during library business hours, Monday through Thursday 9 am to 9 pm and Friday and Saturday 9:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m. The library is closed Saturday during July and August.


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Southington Library a place to Create, Explore and Engage.

Southington Library is Southington’s community center and premier resource for information, lifelong learning and cultural enrichment. Visit our homepage, http://www.southingtonlibrary.org for the latest information about our free programs, see our calendar, sign-up for our electronic Friends of the Library Events Newsletter and timely email program updates. Our website offers links to Community Information, Historic Southington Newspapers, Job Assistance, Language instruction, ebook downloads and much more.

Create, Explore, Engage

Create, Explore, Engage

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