The Stratford Library Association serves a diverse population of approximately 50,000. It serves as the hub of its community, providing information, materials to borrow, internet access, and programs for children, teens, and adults. The Library works closely with other community agencies to provide literacy and enrichment outreach to all citizens.
Contact us at:
Stratford Library Association 2203 Main Street Stratford, CT 06615
Tel. 203-385-4165 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: stratfordlibrary.org and Like us on Facebook
Services for children include:
- Storytimes, music, and crafts for babies, toddlers, preschoolers
- Technology classes including Microsoft Word and typing
- Monthly crafts and other activity programs for school age children
- Knitting classes
- Summer Reading program for children birth to age 12 (begins June 1 each year)
- Monthly special programs. Past events include: Water Carnivals, Stuffed Animal Sleepovers, Mini Golf at the Library and much, much, more!
- Teen Summer Reading program and other special events for teens including the Anime Club and the Youth Review Board
- Event accommodations for children with special needs upon request
- To borrow: Books, music, movies, video games, audiobooks, Playaways (MP3 audiobooks), Kindle Touches, ebooks, e-audiobooks, easy reader collection, large nonfiction, biography, and fairy tale collections, parenting and special needs collections, and more!
Address: 2203 Main Street,
Phone: (203) 385-4165