Library Card Sign Up Month
Help us reach our goal of 200 new card sign-ups during the month of September! If you sign up for a card or renew your existing card, you will automatically be entered in a chance to win an Amazon Fire HD Tablet.
In partnership with The Friends of the Danbury Library, 1000 new children’s books will be distributed to kindergarten and first grade students to help establish strong early literacy skills. Find them on display on the Junior Floor.
Room Reservations & Recording Studios Return
As of September 13th, Study Pods are available for reservation. Meeting rooms are available to community organizations and groups engaged in educational, cultural, intellectual, or civic activities.
Studio 170, the video and audio recording studios, are also available for reservation.
Help us capture the flavor of Danbury by submitting your best recipes to a community cookbook!
Share your family favorites, party pleasers, cultural cuisine, or inventive twists on classic dishes.
Visiting the Library
Patrons can visit the library to browse, pick up holds, and connect with staff inside the library.
At this time, patrons are still required to wear a mask inside the library.
The computers on the main floor and in the Library Technology Center are available for use without appointment. Lab computers are be available on a first come, first serve basis. One hour limits will still be in place.
Public restrooms are now open for use.
Contact us with any questions about visiting the library!
Museum Passes Return
Although many museums are still unable to honor library passes at the moment due to ticketing restrictions, we are adding museum passes back as they become available!
CloudLibrary Newsstand App
Stay entertained and informed with the world’s largest catalogue of digital magazines and newspapers delivered directly to your devices. Instantly access 7,000 titles in more than 60 languages. Be sure to search your application store for “cloudLibrary NewsStand.”
Download the NEW Danbury Library app! Now available on iOS and Android devices.
Access your library account, store multiple library cards, search the catalog, pickup curbside, and much more!
Curbside pickup is available! Holds can be placed through the online catalog and picked up during business hours in designated parking spots in the library parking lot.
You can also use our new library app to pickup curbside!