Spinraiser Coming September 18th
Like to bike? Join us at JoyRide Cycling Studio to raise money for the Library while enjoying an evening of spinning, refreshments, raffles and more. Space is limited, so check out the details today!

See our catalog of library-themed items for gift-giving or personal use, now on sale at the Circulation Desk in the Bossidy Commons.

Children's Program Registration
Sign-up is now under way through September 20th for fall preschool and after school programs. Check here to register or to learn more about drop-in activities.

We're Now on Instagram
The Ridgefield Library now has an Instagram account.  Look for us at ridgefieldlibrary.

Find out more
about Alice-inspired adventures for all ages planned for October and November.

Proctoring Policy Adopted
A new policy for proctoring of exams by Library staff is now in place. See the details and how to request a proctoring appointment.


Last Call for the Community Mural!

The deadline is September 7th to recognize a family member or a favorite author on the Community Mural in the Gallery on the Library's Lower Level. Various sizes of book spines and silhouettes are available at donation levels starting at $150. Print a form here, pick one up at the Circulation Desk or contact Laureen Bubniak at or 203-438-2282 x11029.

Visit the Adult Services Desk or click here to learn more about this month's featured resource: hoopla downloadable music, video, audiobooks and e-books.

It's official!  The New Ridgefield Library is open for business.
Guided tours for individuals and groups are available by appointment. Inquire at the Circulation Desk. Learn more about the New Ridgefield Library.

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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