Bethlehem Public Library

32 Main Street South
Bethlehem, CT 06751

203-266-7792

The Bethlehem Library Association was founded in 1857 with just a handful of books. By 1899 the book collection had grown to over 800, at which time the Association deeded them to the town. With the election of the first directors in 1900 the library was named the Bethlehem Public Library. Dedicated in 1969, the library today houses over 22,000 volumes and offers videos, audio books, music CDs, periodicals, software, and a children's library. Services include programs for children, teens and adults. Also available and free to patrons are inter- library loans, personal computer and internet access.

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