Our Museum Pass Program Opera Talk: Carmen (1/26/19 @ 1p) Raffle: Win the right to name the new Upstairs Rotunda Art Gallery Uncover Branford: your town, your people, your story

Our Museum Pass Program

Did you know that the Blackstone Library has discounted passes to museums outside of Connecticut? Plus, you can reserve them online! This is an excellent way to save a "little something" during the holidays. To see our full listing click here.

Opera Talk: Carmen (1/26/19 @ 1p)

Join Charlotte D'Aniello for a presentation on Carmen. Enrich your knowledge and appreciation of the opera before seeing it streamed lived from the Met in HD at Regal Branford Stadium 12 on February 2 at 12:55pm.

Raffle: Win the right to name the new Upstairs Rotunda Art Gallery

Enter to win naming rights in the renovated Blackstone Library!

Uncover Branford: your town, your people, your story

Feeling disconnected? Want to be more active in your community? Then join us to SHARE STORIES, UNCOVER HIDDEN GEMS, & MAKE FRIENDS! Our next meeting takes place 1/19 @ 10:30am.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

The library will be closed on Sunday, January 20 and on Monday, January 21 in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.



New Temporary Entrance

Excavation for the new entrance has begun!  Until it’s ready, entry to ground floor is through the door next to the book drop.  If you need assistance with the door, please ring the bell and staff member will help. Read more…

Youth Services Department Moves into Auditorium

During the week of January 7 – 11, the Youth Services Department will move into the Auditorium for the duration of the project.   This move will take a few days and we ask for your patience as some materials may take longer for us to find until we are settled in.

Renovation Project Begins!

This week our construction manager at risk, Downes Construction Company, installed their Field Office Trailer on site.  In the next few weeks, entry to the building from the back parking lot will be directed through the staff entrance next to the book drop.  The front entry and steps will remain unchanged throughout the project.

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