Job Openings
Reference Librarian (P/T) sought for Ridgefield Library Adult Services Department.  Primary responsibilities include adult reference, readers advisory and technology instruction. More information.

Karaoke Night @ Gallo
We've added a new twist to our guest bartender gig at Gallo Ristorante this Thursday from 6:00 -9:00 PM - karaoke! Click here to learn more.

Don't Let a Little Tick Become a Big Problem.  Join us for a series of programs and events as part of our Building a Community Response to End Lyme Disease initiative. Find out more here.

Introducing our New Digital Library Page
It's one-stop shopping! Click here to check out our "Library on the go" for all the information and links you need to access our growing collection of downloadable and streaming books, magazines, audiobooks, music and video.


Important Service Notification for Ridgefield Library Borrowers
We are experiencing a significant delay in the delivery system that supports resource-sharing among libraries in the state. This has forced us to stop accepting requests for items we do not own and to alter the procedures for placing a request for our own materials. Please click here to read more about this situation and other alternatives we can offer to assist you.

This Month's Featured Resource: BookFlix

An online literary resource for children that pairs video storybooks with related nonfiction eBooks. Click here to give it a try.

Perfect for graduation and teacher gifts! See our catalog
of library-themed items for readers, writers and computer users, now on sale at the Circulation Desk in the Bossidy Commons. NEW ITEM! Mugs featuring Etch-a-Sketch drawing of the Library by Bryan Madden.

Passport Service Now Available
The Ridgefield Library is now accepting passport applications for processing by appointment only. To schedule an appointment call 203-438-2282 x11022.

Featured Events

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