As part of its service to the community, the Case Memorial Library provides meeting rooms at no charge for use by not-for-profit groups and local government agencies. For-profit groups may use the rooms for a fee. For more information about using the Library’s meeting rooms, please click here.
The Library provides space for discussion and study in two small study rooms on a first-come, first-served basis. These rooms accommodate up to six people. For more information about using the Library’s study rooms, please click here.
The Library has 22 computers available at no charge for public use. All computers contain Microsoft Office 2013 including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher; Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome for web browsing; and access to exclusive in-library databases such as Ancestry.com. Black & white printing is available for 15 cents per page. Free WiFi is available throughout the Library. No password is needed to connect. For more information about using the Library’s computers, please click here.
Explore the region’s outstanding museums and cultural attractions with the Library’s Museum Pass Program, which provides passes for area favorites such as the Beardsley Zoo, the Peabody Museum, and the Discovery Museum for reduced rates or free admission. For more information about the Library’s museum pass program, please click here.
If we don’t own an item you are looking for and don’t have access to it via LION, the Library’s consortium, we may be able to obtain it for you from another library in Connecticut. For more information about obtaining items through interlibrary loan, please click here.