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A Fairfield County Library Hop {play date announcement}

Fairfield County Moms Blog is excited to announce our Library Hop around Fairfield County. This Fall we will be hopping around several of our local libraries for a story time event for children, followed by an open play for both moms and kids. Each library is unique and our goal is to provide moms opportunities to get out and explore all of the different resources our local libraries can provide while encouraging a love of reading and learning for our community. All events are free and open to children of all ages, however you must register in order to attend! We hope to see you there!


Fairfield Library Children’s Services has programs for kids of all ages from babies to school age. With early literacy classes, family story times, book clubs, after school programs, special events, and more, you belong at Fairfield Public Library and Fairfield Woods Branch Library! They offer everything from Minecraft Meetups and LEGO Maker Series to Sing & Stomp and Baby Rhyme Time and they have something for you. Check their website or call for a full schedule of programs!

1080 Old Post Road
Fairfield, CT 06824


The Easton Public Library, is located in the small rural town of Easton, Connecticut. Serving a community of about 7,500 people, the children programs are some community favorites. They host storytime programs three days a week, including Saturdays.  Storytime programs incorporate songs, counting, movement, and fun educational themes.

691 Morehouse Road
Easton, CT 06612


The Ferguson Library offers free and equal access to information, ideas, books and technology to educate and enrich the Stamford community. The Youth Services Department provides an array of developmentally-appropriate, literature-based programs for children from ages birth to 18. To learn more about the variety of storytimes, musician showcases, craft programs, book discussions, and educator resources provided, visit

96 Broad St
Stamford, CT 06901


The Norwalk Public Library Children’s Department is a zone of discovery for children and their parents from birth to age 12. They have a large collection of books, ebooks and databases available to all patrons. Their programs range from storytimes for all ages, book discussions, craft clubs, writing, music, Lego Robotics and more. Come in and discover new books, new hobbies, new skills, and new friends. Read, play and enjoy!

1 Belden Ave.
Norwalk, CT 06850


New Canaan Library’s mission is to empower and inspire community learning through innovation, education, and discovery. They offer a variety of collections and activities for children as well as the whole family. Visit their website for a complete list of programs, storytimes, and events; there’s something almost every day!

151 Main Street
New Canaan, CT 06840


Wilton Children’s Library provides resources and programming for children birth through age twelve. In addition to books, they also have DVDs, music CDs, video games, and museum passes for patrons to borrow. Their core programming consists of several story times for children birth through age five as well as robust STEAM programming on afternoons and weekends for school-age children. They always love to see new faces in the library and invite families to stop by to share some books and play in their preschool play area.

137 Old Ridgefield Road
Wilton, CT 06897

Want to be a part of our 2016 Library Hop?

We want to show our readers all the great public libraries available right here in Fairfield County. Join us and help enrich the lives of Fairfield County Moms!

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