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(where you may also check your personal account and renew materials)
  • Click on the Catalogue tab above to search.
  • Your login ID is your 14-digit library card barcode and your password is your last name in lower case letters. 
  • If you are unable to login, you will need to visit the library with your library card to update your information.  

If you have any questions, please call the library (860.379.7235). 


Farmington Valley Arts Center/Library Collaboration

The Beekley Library and the Farmington Valley Arts Center (FVAC) are collaborating this fall to bring even more art to the New Hartford community.  We will be presenting a series of workshops taught by FVAC artists once a month on Thursday evenings from 6:00 – 7:30. Individuals age 15 through adult are invited to participate in any or all of a variety of projects:

October 23rd, Pen & Ink Drawing, taught by Susan Prentice
Materials Fee: $5 per person

crowsWant to take your drawing skills to a new level?  Learn how to develop your powers of observation and begin to “see” in a whole new way with this class. You will learn a skill set of new techniques using pen and ink helping one realize a new level of drawing artistry.

November 20th, Paper Luminaries for the Holiday Season, taught by Jim Brunelle

Materials Fee: $5 per person

Have a party lined up that requires an installation of lanterns?  This session will offer many examples of easy projects to illuminate indoors and/or outside décor with a variety papers, designs of lanterns and luminaries.

December 18th, Personalized Holiday Greeting Cards, taught by Lisa Ludwig

Materials Fee: $5 per person

Care to send the most personal of holiday greetings?  This session will offer the instruction to create personalized cards and envelopes with special touches to stand out from the normal ‘box sets.’  Use a variety of drawing and painting materials to add some glitz and glam to having your greetings stand out from the rest.

Work by the teaching artists will be on display in the Library during the week of each workshop.

The workshops are free and open to the public, although each has a $5.00 materials fee/person.   Space is limited.  Call or stop by the Library (860.379.7235) to register.