Raymond Library

832 Raymond Hill Road
Oakdale, CT 06370


About Us:

Built in 1884 with money left by the Raymond Family.  A very small library until 1970 when an addition was built and the children's section was added.  Privately funded for public use.

Patrons may borrow books (regular and large print), magazines, audios, and music CDs. The library has a large Children's Department and many children's videos are available. Our collections are updated every month with new books, and several times a year we borrow large print books and many audios from the State Library in Willimantic. 

Connecticard System, photocopy machine, ILL loan system, and IMac Computers with Internet access are available for use. The library also participates in a paperback book exchange and Read-Aloud Day.

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