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NH Public Libraries Open On Saturdays In August - EXPLORE!

WONDERFUL CIVIC INFORMATION – Take Your Children and Grandchildren on a learning exploration at the New Haven FREE Public Libraries.

During August Help Your Young Children to Get Familiar with New Haven’s Wonderful Public Libraries. 

Parents and Grandparents, if you don't already know how, you can learn to use the computers and discover the wonderful resource that is NH’s free public library system.


The NH FREE Public Libraries: Main (Ives) 133 Elm Street (across from the NH Green) and all branches (Fair Haven, on Grand Ave;  Mitchell,  Stetson and Wilson) will be open on Saturdays in August.  Hours are 10am to 5pm. All the libraries are on a bus route and parking is available for drivers.


Get a FREE Library Card and discover one of the BEST resources in the New Haven community.  The libraries present all types of wonderful learning activities for children and adults. Go for a visit and discover the wonderful resource that is the New Haven Free Public Library System.  Take your family to the movies right in your home.  Borrow DVDs and CDs from the library.  Do you like old movies and songs from the 70s and 80s?

The library has them; you can borrow and enjoy them in your home.

Tom Smith, (is the ) Reference Librarian
New Haven Free Public Library

  • Mitchell Branch | NHFPL

    nhfpl.org/locations.../mitchell-branch/
    New Haven Free Public Library
    Address 37 Harrison St. New Haven, CT 06515 203.946.8117. Parking lot is next to library building. Click name for July/August Calendar of events at Mitchell.
  • Wilson Branch | NHFPL

    nhfpl.org/locations-hours/wilson-branch/
    New Haven Free Public Library
    Address 303 Washington Avenue New Haven, CT 06519. Phone: (203) 946-2228. Courtland Seymour Wilson Branch Library is located at 303 Washington ... Public Transit access to the Wilson Library ... New Haven Free Public Library
  • Fair Haven Branch | NHFPL

    nhfpl.org/locations.../fair-haven-branch/
    New Haven Free Public Library
    Address. 182 Grand Avenue New Haven, CT 06513. Phone (203) 946-8115. The Fair Haven Branch Library is located on 182 Grand Avenue just east of Ferry Street. The library's entrance ... up an email address? Come to one of our FREE computer classes and learn! ... New Haven Free Public Library 133 Elm Street, New ...
  • Stetson Branch | NHFPL

    nhfpl.org/locations-hours/stetson-branch/
    New Haven Free Public Library
    Locations/Hours · Ives Main Library ... (203) 946-8119. Stetson Branch Library is located on 200 Dixwell Avenue in the Dixwell Plaza

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