Libraries Closed

Due to COVID-19, in the interest of public health, Greenwich Library and its Byram Shubert & Cos Cob branches are closed to the public until further notice.

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Keep Entertained at Home

Explore the many digital resources the Library has to offer wherever you are, including ebooks, audiobooks, movie & TV and music streaming, digital magazines & newspapers, and much more. All you need is your Library card and a device.

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Sign Up for a Library Card

Anyone who lives, works, or attends school is eligible for a Greenwich Library card! Click through to begin the process of virtually signing up for or renewing your card.

Distance Learning Support

Greenwich Library wants to ensure all students and staff at our local schools have access to our vast digital resources in order to support ongoing digital and remote learning initiatives. Click through to get a Library card and get started.

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2020 Tax Forms

Tax season is still looming. The IRS has officially moved this year’s tax deadline to July 15th for both filing AND paying your taxes. Access all the forms you’ll need to get completed here:

Personalized Reading Recommendations

Stumped with what to read next? Don’t worry, Greenwich Library is here to help! Just answer these simple questions so we can get to know your reading tastes, and we will follow up within 2-4 days with a personalized reading list with at least four titles. Currently, with Library closures, we will only suggest eBook and audiobook formats.

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Books for Quarantine

If you’re looking for a good book to read during this tough period of social distancing and are in need of some recommendations – check out these themed lists compiled by Greenwich Librarians!

eBook & eAudiobook Suggestions
Movie & Music Suggestions
Children’s (Up to Grade 6) Suggestions


Unlimited Newspapers & Magazines

Read all about it! Straight from RBdigital and your Library card, comes unlimited access to over 3,500 newspapers including Los Angeles Times and New York Post, and thousands of more magazines than ever before, including hot titles like The Economist and Bon Appetit.

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