June 1st – August 22nd Read a library book (OverDrive counts) Listen to a library audio book (OverDrive counts) Attend one of our programs Prize drawings happen every 3 weeks Entries are good for only the upcoming drawing Drawings: June 20th, July 11th, August 1st, August 22nd To enter, review the book …View full post
Tuesday, August 18th at 6PM At the Goodwin Library Summary: Barcelona, 1945: A city slowly heals in the aftermath of the Spanish Civil War, and Daniel, an antiquarian book dealer’s son who mourns the loss of his mother, finds solace in a mysterious book entitled The Shadow of the Wind, by one Julián Carax. But …View full post
Tuesday, August 26th at 6PM At the Goodwin Library Share your work with other local writers. Discuss writing techniques and critiques to help improve your skills. Bring a friend who likes to write or for moral support. This program is open to both teens and adults.View full post
Tuesday, September 16th at 6PM At the Goodwin Library Have you read The Hunger Games? Have you been wanting to read The Hunger Games? In honor of banned book month we are reading The Hunger Games for our book discussion this month. Join us in discussing your thoughts on this controversial book.View full post
Farmington’s newspapers dating back to 1879 have now been digitized! You can access them by clicking on the “Historical Farmington Newspapers” link under “Access Our Collection” on the right side of our website. Click on a date or enter in your search keywords to get started. Upon viewing the article, you can zoom in and …View full post
A Video Message From Shanna Smith-New Director Of The Goodwin LibraryView full post
Did you know you can now check out eReader devices at the Goodwin Library? The devices are preloaded with tons of great books and can be checked out for two weeks! The library offers both Kindle and Nook eReaders. The list of books available includes: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain The Adventures of …View full post
The Goodwin Library is a public library that serves as an information center for the personal, cultural, and social growth for the community of Farmington. The Library maintains collections and implements programs that address the community’s changing informational and recreational needs for education and literacy. The collections, materials, and programs are offered in a variety of formats to ensure equitable access for all. The Library believes that free and open access to information and resources will establish the framework for an informed and involved community.
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Thursdays from 6-8pm Starting July 17th At the Goodwin Library Get your game face on and compete with local Magic players. Invite your friends. If you have never played before, a skilled player will be there to teach you. Wield your power well.