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The mission of the Stamford Village Library is to serve as a community center for lifelong
learning, with free and equal access to a broad range of ideas and information through traditional and emerging resources to meet the intellectual, recreational, and cultural needs of area residents in a professional and friendly manner.
February news It’s shaping up to be a busy month! Come in and enjoy some programs to get you through the rest of this long winter. The Unplugged Game Club will meet on Saturday February 14th. Come and join in playing Scrabble, chess, cards, Chinese checkers and a bunch of other available games. Get growing […]
New books continue to roll in for young adults. Give some of these titles a try while you’re waiting for the weather to warm up! Julie Berry’s All the Truth About Me Maggot Moon by Sally Gardner Elizabeth Laban’s The Tragedy Paper The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer: Read about Cinder, Scarlet and Cress. Andrew […]
This page is under construction. This history is from a pamphlet published by the library and is test material. History of Stamford Village Library On October 22, 2007, the Stamford Village Library celebrated its Centennial. If you’re thinking, “Wait a minute . . . I seem to remember hearing something about this a long time […]
The director’s blog is a page under construction. This portion of library history from a pamphlet published by the library is being used as test material. Some books that were in the Judson Circulating Library: The Descent of Man, by Charles Darwin Cartier to Frontenac, by Justin Winsor Rise and Fall of the Stone […]