The Fairfield Woods Branch Library, like Fairfield Public Library, did not begin where it is now.
The…More Fairfield Woods Branch Library was originally located in the former Andrew Warde High School - now the home of Fairfield Warde High School - from 1956 to 1969. Before then, the PTA at nearby Stratfield School in 1936 opened a library in Stratfield School with 1,000 donated children's books, and a small adult collection of books was housed in a firehouse in Stratfield in the early 1950s.</p>
<p>The Fairfield Woods Branch Library, which opened in 1969, has about 75,000 books and is one of the busiest branch libraries in the state. The librarian at Fairfield Woods Branch Library is Nancy Coriaty.</p>
Fairfield Public Library, one of the busiest libraries in the state, began in 1876 in the Fairfield Academy building…More on Town Green, and the library back then permitted people to borrow one book at a time when the library was open on Wednesday and Saturday evenings. The library, then called Fairfield Memorial Library, had 677 volumes, and it charged people $1 a year to borrow books.</p>
<p>In 1903, a building was erected at the corner of Post Road and Old Post Road in downtown Fairfield and became the library's new home. The town took over operation of the library in 1950, and additions were built in 1930, 1959, 1981 and 2004-05. The library's name was changed to its present name after the town assumed operation of the library.</p>
<p>Today, the library has a state-of-the-art children's department, a teen room, computer lab, gallery space for paintings, several meeting and reading rooms, and an entrance on the side of the building, next to the parking lot. Most of those features were part of the last renovation.</p>
The League of Women Voters of Fairfield is a non-partisan, political organization of men and women that encourages…More informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues and influences public policy through education and advocacy.</p>
<p>The League of Women Voters sponsors local debates and legislative breakfasts where the public can listen to and ask questions of elected officials; sponsors monthly brown bag lunches in Fairfield Public Library in which the public can listen to and ask questions of town and school officials; publishes a non-partisan voters' guide before elections in which candidates provide written answers to a set of questions; and has a book club and discussion group.</p>
<p>Board meetings are held once a month, typically in a member's home. The brown bag lunches are held in Fairfield Public Library, 1080 Old Post Road, Fairfield, which is the address given here for the club.</p>
<p>Pat Reilly and Charlotte Garrell are co-presidents of the League of Women Voters of Fairfield in 2010. The phone number listed for the club is Reilly's.</p>
Fairfield University, DiMenna-Nyselius Library 1073 N Benson Rd, Fairfield, CT06824 The DiMenna-Nyselius Library at Fairfield University offers a wide range of resources and facilities for students and…More the public, including books, reference materials and exhibits. The location has many features, including group study rooms, a multimedia room, training rooms, instruction labs and a public computer lab. It also offers photocopy and printing services. There are various vending machines as well as a cafe offering sandwiches, salads and coffee. Check the main website for details on the floor plan or facilities or for details on library policies.