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ZoomText available on Southington library computers

The Southington Public Library has recently installed ZoomText software onto each of their 15 public computers. ZoomText is an advanced screen magnification program tailored...

Commentary: How do you want the library to grow?

The Southington Public Library has been in the news frequently as of late, as we try to bring awareness of a necessary building project...

Commentary: Early literacy and the Southington library

The National Institute for Family Literacy discovered that 3-5 year olds who had been read to at least three times per week were two...

Dementia-friendly training improves customer service

By TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER Members of Dementia Friendly Southington and town staff visited the public library on Thursday, Sept. 19, to celebrate the library’s new...

Dementia resources at the library

The Southington Public Library is now offering free brain health and dementia resources consultations with Shazia Chaudhry from LiveWell Dementia Specialists every second Tuesday...

Commentary: Protecting your privacy is the library’s top concern

Libraries across the country conform to what is known as the Library Bill of Rights put forth by the American Library Association. Seven policies...

Southington history comes alive

History came alive last Saturday during the “Living Museum Tours” at the Barnes Museum. Bradley Barnes, above, protrayed by Charles Miceli, tells visitors what...

Southington Public Library listings for the Sept. 6 edition

The Southington Library at 255 Main St. has announced a number of upcoming programs. All are welcome. To register, contact (860) 628-0947, option 5...

Library committee recommends architect

By SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER After unanimous approval by members of the library planning committee and the library board of directors, the board brought forth a...

A Taste of Southington: Blue skies, summer sun, and tasty treats

By SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER The 18th annual A Taste of Southington was a “huge success,” according to Barnes Museum curator Marie Secondo. The event originally...

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