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Library cards from any Connecticut public library may be used at the Ridgefield Library. For questions about out-of-state cards or database access, contact circulationDesk@ridgefieldlibrary.org or 203-438-2282 x202
Our E-Newsletter provides weekly notice of upcoming programs and new services. Sign up on the Ridgefield Library webpage. To sign up specifically for the monthly Children's E-newsletter, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can schedule a tour, a storytime, book talks, or provide research assistance via secure Zoom or Google classroom meetings or by meeting your students in the Library.
Virtual or in-person book talks can be catered to your teaching needs. We can offer a ten-book book talk in 15 minutes complete with complementary bookmarks to allow students to mark their favorites for their next Library visit. Any age, grade, theme or reading level.
Contact the Children's Department to arrange school visits. We can work with you to visit as many or as few classes and grades that you need. From storytimes to book talks, database demonstrations to materials show and tell, book club style discussions to research help, we can cater to your specific classroom needs.
Schedule a visit to discuss how students can participate in the Library's Summer Reading Program over the summer. Our robust reporting systems also allow us to work with schools and teachers to provide reading logs and data. Email email@example.com to schedule a virtual assembly or to coordinate Summer Reading requirements with your school.
Book recommendations by theme, age & grade are available and constantly updated. We are also happy to work with you to find titles for individual needs and interests. You can also request a personal book bundle with hand-selected titles based on a short questionnaire.
Archived Online programs, book talks, activities, crafts & instruction are available on the Library's YouTube Channel. Please note that while we can vouch for our own original content, we cannot guarantee the appropriateness or safety of videos beyond the Library's offerings.