Fairfield, Conn. - Good news! Fairfield Public Library is reopening its study rooms at both Main Library and Fairfield Woods Branch Library on Monday, September 28th.
After a summer of construction, the Main Library now has five new study rooms to offer patrons, funded by the endowment of the Library Board of Trustees. This makes a total of ten study rooms at Main Library and two at Fairfield Woods Branch available free of charge to patrons age 16 and up. Study rooms may be used for tutoring, study sessions, and small group business meetings.
To use a Fairfield Public Library study room, patron must have a current, valid library card from their hometown Connecticut library. This card can be registered at the Circulation Desk at either library; Fairfield residents without a library card can obtain one with proof of residency, also at the Circulation Desk.
Reservations for study rooms may be made online via our website, over the phone at (203) 256-3160, or in person with your library card.