The Hagaman Memorial Library Reopens Further on Tuesday, June 8, 2021


The Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street, is happy to announce that we will be opening further as of Tuesday, June 8 at 10:00 a.m. Access to the library building and library services will be restored.

The Library’s service hours as of June 18, 2021 are below:

-Monday, Friday, and Saturday: 10 am – 5 pm.  The library will be open Saturdays through June 26, 2021 and then will be closed Saturdays starting July 3- September 4, 2021.  The library will reopen on Saturday starting September 11, 2021
-Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday:  10 am – 8 pm

Patrons will be able to reenter the library building without appointments to browse library shelves, check out books, access public computers, printers and photocopiers, and attend library programming, which will be both within the library building and on the grounds of the library building.  

PLEASE NOTE: The meetings of outside community groups in the library building resumed as of July 1, 2021. Please contact Cynthia at 203-468-3891 or by email at to schedule your organization to use one of the Library’s Meeting rooms.

In order to safely offer in-person services, there are health and safety guidelines.  Inside: Vaccinated patrons are no longer required to wear masks; Unvaccinated teen and adult patrons are still required to wear a face mask over the nose, mouth and chin at all times in the building; and it is highly recommended that children under the age of 12 wear a face mask in the building. Outside: Face masks are not required outdoors on the library grounds. 

The required and recommended wearing of face masks is on the honor system, and we please ask for your compliance. Thank-you, Hagaman Memorial Library, June 18, 2021. 

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