Middletown Libraries

Russell Library & The Godfrey Memorial Library


Russell Library



A Bridge to the Future of Middletown

Our friendly, knowledgeable staff will introduce you to countless valuable resources for all ages and interests. In addition to books, magazines and newspapers, we have audio books, DVDs, a large foreign language audio and movie collection and music on CD—from classical to contemporary. The Library also offers downloadable books, magazines, music and videos.  Children, teens, and adults can enjoy a wide variety of events such as concerts, theatrical performances, film series, author talks and story times. We offer comprehensive reference services, access to high speed internet, wireless service, assistive technologies for the visually-impaired and outreach programs for older citizens. If you need help with your job search, the Library sponsors career workshops and practice interviews. Passes are available to more than 20 museums and parks throughout the state, including the Peabody Museum, Kidcity and Mystic Seaport. Explore our unique collection of local history and genealogy in the Middletown Room, or reserve a room for your club’s next meeting. Visit our website at http://russelllibrary.org/ for more information.

 

The Godfrey Memorial Library

Trace your family ancestry at the Godfrey Memorial Library! Thousands of resources from across the U.S. are available both in the library and through our online access. We have staff and volunteers who specialize in genealogy ready to help with your research. There's a Family History Center onsite which allows patrons to order and view microfilm of a wide variety of  records dating back to colonial times and from around the world.  Visit our website at www.godfrey.org for more information.

 


Contact Information

123 Broad Street
Middletown, CT 06457

Main Number
(860) 347-2528

Information Services
(860) 347-2520

Children’s Services
(860) 344-8479

TDD/TTY (860) 347-2520

Arthur Meyers
Director