Overdrive is offered through Library Connection. You can browse and search thousands of titles and download them to Kindles, Nooks, iPads, iPods, mp3players, smart phones, and other portable devices.
To get started:
Download audiobooks and ebooks through OneClickDigital, funded by BookFriends. You can browse and search thousands of titles and download them to your computer, portable audio devices and the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
For online access to databases on health, business, K-12 research, periodicals, reference materials, and to access the Request Catalog, log on to http://www.iconn.org. A library card is required to access these databases from home. iCONN is available to all Connecticut library cardholders. To access databases on iconn.org from your home in Connecticut, or anywhere in the world, click on Access from Home/Office under the icon For Public Library Patron. Enter your entire 14-digit library barcode number (from any library in Connecticut). Then choose from the wealth of databases available
Temporary Changes to Requesting Interlibrary Loans
Q: Why is this process changing?
A: As of July 1st, 2015, CT libraries will no longer be using reQuest software when requesting interlibrary loans. We are presently searching for a new online catalog.
Q: Will I still be able to get items from other libraries?
A: Yes, but the process will be more time consuming during the summer months and as a new system comes online.
Q: Will I still be able to research the iConn Catalog?
A: Yes, but all requests will have to be processed by the Interlibrary Loan Librarian.
Q: How can I request material from another library?
A: Items can be requested by emailing Valerie at email@example.com, by calling a librarian at (860) 379-7235, or in person at the library.
Q: What information is necessary for me to place a request?
A: Please provide your name, phone number or email, and the title of the book, cd book, movie, or cd you are requesting. Include any additional relevant information, i.e. author, publishing date, format, actor, etc.
Q: How long will these changes be in effect?
A: The goal is to have a new online catalog by September, but this process may take longer.
Museum passes are lent to New Hartford residents for up to three days (Brodie Park is for one day only), and must be returned on the day they are due before the Library opens. The pass may be dropped in the book drop outside the Library. Passes may not be renewed. There is a fine of $10 a day for passes not returned on time. If the pass is lost or stolen, the charge will be the total price of the pass. You may reserve a pass by visiting or calling the Library.
Our museum pass collection is funded in full by BookFriends.
THE ALDRICH CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM
One of the country's first museums devoted exclusively to the exhibition of contemporary art.
258 Main Street, Ridgefield, CT 203.438.4519
Tuesday-Sunday, 12 noon to 5 pm
Admits pass-holder and accompanying family members.
Swimming, Picnicking, and Hiking
West Hill Rd., New Hartford, CT
Free pass for one vehicle.
THE CHILDREN’S MUSEUM
Hands-on science for children
950 Trout Brook Dr., West Hartford, CT
Tuesday-Saturday: 10 -5 (Summers, 9-4)
Sunday: 12-5 (Summers, 11-4)
Admits two for the price of one.
CONNECTICUT’S OLD STATE HOUSE
Connecticut’s first state capitol and a beautifully-restored architectural marvel.
800 Main Street, Hartford, CT 06103
(hours vary by season)
Park in Constitution Plaza Garage, South Entrance (with validation, it will cost $5/day)
Admission free (up to 2 adults and 2 children).
CONNECTICUT STATE PARKS & FORESTS
This pass is valid at CT
State Park & Forest Recreation
Areas, from April 1 to Oct 8.
Pass covers the cost of parking.
Also covers admission for 2 adults & 4 children at Dinosaur,
Fort Trumbull, & Gillette Castle State Parks.
The Nature Discovery Center
10 Woodside Lane, Westport, CT
Grounds: Open daily 7 am – dusk
Building: Monday-Saturday: 9-5
Free admission for family of four.
A place where children can learn through hands-on and multi-sensory activities.
61 Main Street, Torrington, CT
Pass admits a family of four.
MARITIME AQUARIUM AT NORWALK
A vibrant and entertaining learning environment, with living exhibits, marine science, and environmental education.
10 North Water Street, Norwalk, CT 06854
Exit 14 (n)/Exit 15 (s) off I-95
10 am-5 pm every day of the year (July and August until 6 pm), closed Thanksgiving and Christmas.
$2 off combination ticket (Aquarium & Daytime IMAX).
RouteI-95 to Exit 90, Mystic, CT
Open 9-5 daily
For reduced admission for 4.
Valid July-Labor Day for higher admission.
NEUBERGER MUSEUM OF ART
Prestigious examples of modern, contemporary, and African art.
Located on the campus of Purchase College, State University of New York
735 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase, NY
914-251-6100 or 914-251-6117
Tuesday - Sunday, 12 - 5 pm
Pass admits 2 adults and any number of children (under age 18).
NEW BRITAIN MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART
Three centuries of American Art in One Incredible Collection
56 Lexington Street
New Britain, CT 06052 (860) 229-0257
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 11-5
Closed national holidays
Free admission for 4 people.
ROARING BROOK NATURE CENTER
Wildlife exhibits, Walking trails
70 Gracey Rd., Canton, CT
Open Mondays in July and August
Admits two for the price of one.
Oldest public art museum in the U.S.
600 Main St., Hartford, CT
Saturday and Sunday: 10-5
Pass admits 2 adults and 2 children.