As a Scoville Memorial Library member, you have access to a variety of services. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Send us an email or please reach us at 860.435.2838.

This group, open to all, meets at 2:00 on the second Sunday of the month (except July & August) in the Oak Room on the Library main floor, unless otherwise noted.

Click here for a list of resources to guide you in finding common ground and bridging divides.  There are links to organizations where you can actively participate in working to lessen divisions.

For reliable information on COVID19,

Diversions to keep you amused, educated and entertained.

Thanks to a partnership with, Scoville Memorial Library is proud to offer free online test prep for Connecticut driving tests. Visit our exclusive website, where you can choose from several different permit tests. No library card number or personal information is needed. This resource is also great for anyone looking to brush up on their knowledge of Connecticut’s traffic laws or interested in getting their motorcycle license. A helpful FAQ section addresses questions residents might have about visiting their local DMV.

Get legal information, find answers to common legal questions and learn to represent yourself if you can’t afford a lawyer.  Don’t know where to stat, the Legal Help Finder can help.  This site was created by a group of non-profit legal organizations.

More than 1000 lessons in technology, math, reading and more.  Created by the Goodwill Community Foundation with easy, up-to-date instruction to suit all learning styles.  If you want to learn anything, from a computer program to general life skills, this is the place to start.

For a list of hand picked reliable websites concerning multiple aspects of health and wellness, click here

Over half a century of The Lakeville Journal and Western Connecticut News is now available online. Issues of  The Lakeville Journal published between 1897 and 2017 are now available to you.  In addition, the Western Connecticut News from 1871 to 1923 is also part of this digital archive.

The Salisbury Forum is a regional forum for the exchange of ideas and information regarding topics which affect our lives in the community, region, nation and the world.  We sponsor four or five public meetings a year, drawing upon nationally-recognized speakers.

The Salisbury Oral History Project collects reflections of longtime town citizens whose recordings are transcribed under auspices of town historian Jean McMillen working in conjunction with The Salisbury Association.