The West Woodstock Library is one of four local village libraries that serve the town of Woodstock, Connecticut. Located in the western half of Woodstock, it is complemented by the North Woodstock Library, the East Woodstock May Memorial Library and the Bracken Memorial Library located at Woodstock Academy.
The West Woodstock Library Association is a non-profit organization that operates under the terms of it’s constitution and bylaws. The West Woodstock Library was originally founded in 1806 and celebrated it’s 200th anniversary in 2006. The West Woodstock Library Association was founded in December 1930.
The Williams Law Office that is connected to the library was the result of a 15 year effort to reconstruct this historic building as part of a general library expansion and renovation. You can view an informational rack card about the Williams Law Office by clicking the link below.
Phone, Email Addresses & Mailing Address
Please call us at (860) 974-0376 with your questions or use the email addresses listed below.
Questions regarding library cards, loan renewals and book reserves can be directed to the Circulation Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Su Connor is our librarian and her email address is email@example.com.
Web site questions and comments can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The library’s mailing address is:
West Woodstock Library, 5 Bungay Hill Road, Woodstock, CT 06281-2000
Local Information – Town of Woodstock & Surrounding Area
The official Town of Woodstock website provides information about our community and links to other points of interest.
The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor website provides valuable information about the area that Woodstock is located in.
The Northeastern Connecticut Chamber of Commerce website is another great resource with detailed local information.