Announcements

Summer Saturdays

Summer Saturday hours, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM, June - August.

Independence Day Closing

The Farmington Libraries will be closed Thursday, July 4 through Saturday, July 6 for Independence Day. 

This event is in the "Children" group.
Cancelled

Patio Play!

9:30am - 11:00am
Main Library
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Library Branch: Main Library
Room: Library Garden Patio
Age Group: Children
Program Type: Special Event
Event Details:

Ages 5 and under.

Visit our outdoor patio any time between 9:30 and 11:00 AM to play with our water table, sidewalk chalk, and bubbles.

This event is in the "Adults" group.

Afternoons at Bijou

2:00pm - 4:00pm
Main Library
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Library Branch: Main Library
Room: Jay Johnston Community Room
Age Group: Adults
Program Type: Bijou Film
Event Details:

Classic films and popcorn, every Thursday afternoon!

The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964)

This event is in the "Adults" group.

THE NO BOOK BOOK CLUB

2:30pm - 3:30pm
Barney Library
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Library Branch: Barney Library
Room: Hoppin Gallery
Age Group: Adults
Program Type: Book Group
Event Details:

Join the No Book Book Club where there's no assigned reading. This book club gives you the opportunity to make new friends and learn about many books in a one-hour meetup. 

This event is in the "All Ages" group.

Garmany Music Series: Iconic Music of the 20th Century

5:45pm - 6:45pm
Main Library
Full
Required
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Library Branch: Main Library
Room: Jay Johnston Community Room
Age Group: All Ages
Program Type: Garmany Music Series
Required
Seats Remaining: 12
Event Details:

Farmington favorite pianist John Brighenti and vocalist Gail Lumpkin will present a sampler of songs from two of the 20th century’s greatest entertainers, including Barbra Striesand, taking the audience on a journey back to the era of the Great Am