Flowers from Kids Care Club

Alan and Sydney
Alan and Sydney

Sydney from Tokeneke School brought in recycled flowers that the Kids Care Club made as "a thank you" to Darien Library. She is pictured with Alan, our Chief Administrative Officer. You can find the flowers at the Welcome Desk and in the Children's Library.

Thank you, Kids Care Club!

Darien Now Provides a Location to Dispose of Unwanted/Expired Drugs

Seal of Darien, CT
Seal of Darien, CT

Get rid of any unwanted, expired or unused drugs now. They can be dropped off FREE with no questions asked! Please, do not bring needles; this program is for meds ONLY.

Citizens looking to dispose of unwanted, excess and expired prescription and over-the-counter medications will be now be able to utilize the safe and secure permanent drop off box located in the lobby of the Darien Police Department at 25 Hecker Ave. The lobby of the Darien Police Headquarters is open to the public 24 hours every day.

The Darien Health Department has partnered with the Darien Police Department to establish a permanent drug collection program in order to reduce the supply of drugs that can potentially harm teens and adults as well as protecting the environment from the improper disposal of these drugs.

For more information, view the flyer.

 

I HAVE A DREAM 50TH ANNIVERSARY

Dreams expressed belonged to their respective dreamers and do not represent the opinions of Darien Library.

The New Community Bulletin Board

Marc Thorne places the first notice on the board.
Marc Thorne places the first notice on the board.

The Darien Library’s Senior Advisory Board is very excited to present a Community Bulletin Board for local events and notices. The Board can be found to the left of the Welcome Desk -- just past the desk. If you would like to bring in a community-focused flyer for the Board, please bring it to a staff member at the Welcome Desk.

Guidelines and locations of other local bulletin boards

Know Your Rights in the Foreclosure Process

We can help!
We can help!

Come to a free foreclosure prevention clinic to learn how to save your home from foreclosure. The clinics offer homeowners the opportunity to hear about the foreclosure process by an attorney from CT Fair Housing.  In addition, a representative from the department of banking will talk about programs available to homeowners within CT and a court appointed mediator describes the mediation process within the judicial system.

Homeowners may also talk with an attorney or paralegal to discuss their particular situation.

View the flyer to view the locations and dates of clinics. 

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