Summer Fun at New Britain Public Library

The New Britain Public Library has a beautiful children’s department, complete with huge windows and a fireplace (though they no longer have fires in it). The strong window light lent itself to photos of families, even if my visit had to be a brief one.

The library’s summer programs will begin on Wednesday, June 26 at 10:00 a.m. and run on Wednesdays until August 14, featuring Airborne Jugglers, Robert Rogers Puppet Company, magician Domino the Great, a Teddy Bear Picnic, a visit from Rocky of the New Britain Rock Cats, and the library’s annual pet show.

2013.06.18 - New Britain, CT - Maria Kovalska (right) of New Britain, reads a book to her daughter Amelia Kovalska, 5, and her son Alan Kovalska, 10 month. "I love that they have lots of things for the kids (at the library)," says Kovalska, originally from Ukraine, whose family has enjoyed multiple programs available at the library. Photograph by Will Parson | wparson@courant.com XMIT: B583002917Z.1

2013.06.18 – New Britain, CT – Maria Kovalska (right) of New Britain, reads a book to her daughter Amelia Kovalska, 5, and her son Alan Kovalska, 10 month. “I love that they have lots of things for the kids (at the library),” says Kovalska, originally from Ukraine, whose family has enjoyed multiple programs available at the library. Photograph by Will Parson | wparson@courant.com

2013.06.18 - New Britain, CT - Maya Rodriguez, 5, and her brother Roberto Mercedes, 4, of New Britain, stumble while playing tag while visiting the New Britain Public Library with their mother, Madeline Agron (not pictured). A library worker soon told the kids not to play on the cushions. Photograph by Will Parson | wparson@courant.com XMIT: B583002917Z.1

2013.06.18 – New Britain, CT – Maya Rodriguez, 5, and her brother Roberto Mercedes, 4, of New Britain, stumble while playing tag while visiting the New Britain Public Library with their mother, Madeline Agron. Photograph by Will Parson | wparson@courant.com

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