Cora J. Belden Library

Good Books


Mon - Thurs: 10-8
Fri: 10-5
Sat: 10-1

33 Church St.
Rocky Hill, CT 06067

Phone: 860.258.7621
Info: 860.258.7623

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What's New At The Library

Summer Reading Programs

Time is running out: our summer reading clubs end on September 5! Children, teens and adults can still record their reading online and collect prizes. Events are listed on our Children's Summer Reading Page, Teen Page and calendar.

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Learning for All
See our free classes and workshops on the calendar: ESL classes, Journey to Publication workshop , Mongolia as a Travel Destination, and Connecticut Historical Society talks on G. Fox in the 1950s, True Tales, Life in the 1940s, and 100 Years of Fashion. Sign up online, in person or by phone (860.258.7623).

Create and Connect @ the Library
The library has become a "maker space" with our recent workshops on memoir writing and watercolor painting. This summer we are also demonstrating MakerBot 3D printing. Drop in to see it in action.

New Catalog
Along with 28 other public libraries in the greater Hartford region, we have a new catalog. If you have bookmarked the link to our old catalog, please update to this new link. If you have any questions, call us @860.258.7623.
Teen tech volunteers can help you download the free OverDrive and Zinio apps to get you reading, listening and watching in no time at all. Check the calendar for future dates.
E-books for Kids
Kids can now read online about science. See our Children's Summer Reading page for links to BookFlix, ScienceFlix, TrueFlix and FreedomFlix.

One-on-One @ the Library -- Call us @ 860.258.7623 to set up a personal appointment for:

* Tech Support for all devices

* Career Counseling
* Business Counseling (through SCORE)
* Research Assistance

(After your tech session, give us feedback by completing our survey.)

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A to Z World Travel

Planning a trip? Go online for the latest information on your next travel destination.

Electronic Resources
Your library card gives you access to lots of electronic research tools and downloadable resources. Are you thinking of buying an eReader? Borrow a Kindle, Kindle Fire or Nook. Do you own an eReader? Borrow library ebooks through Overdrive. Come in and we'll get you started.
You'll be amazed at our Top 10 Things to Do with your Library Card.

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Book Discussion Groups
Ongoing: Mystery Book Group
All are welcome, and no problem if you didn't read the whole book! No registration required.

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