The Southbury Public Library and Sustainable Southbury have partnered to create a Town Poet Laureate program. Many towns and the state of Connecticut have Poet Laureate programs where candidates submit their work for review by a panel of judges and the winner represents the respective town or state, while promoting poetry and literacy. First Selectman Jeff Manville, “Art and culture are an important part of our community and a Town Poet Laureate would be a welcome addition to our community”.
The library will be closed Monday, May 30, 2022.
The Passport to Connecticut Libraries program runs from April 1–30, 2022! Pick up your Passport from either circulation desk and visit at least five participating libraries during April to enter for a chance to win a Visa gift card of up to $150!
Did you know you can use your hometown library card to visit ANY public library in the State of Connecticut? Your one library card can bring you to more than 140 libraries and 15 million books and other items!
9/11 was a monumental day in American History. As the 20th anniversary is upon us we wanted the Southbury Community to share their remembrances of where they were on 9/11.
Join us as we remember 9/11. Share your memories of that day to be compiled for the 20th anniversary of 9/11. You can fill the form out online through a Google form, or pick up a form in person to fill out and return.
To fill out the form click here.
Share YOUR story as a Human Book!
What is the Human Library?
The Human Library is a way for people to connect with individuals in their community that they might not normally engage with. Visitors will have an opportunity to “borrow” a Human Book with an interesting story and engage in conversation in a safe and structured environment. The Human Library promotes tolerance, celebrates differences differences and encourages understanding of people from a varied backgrounds.