Method Test Prep for the ACT/SAT

Comprehensive self-paced online program proven to raise scores.  Borrow a 7-day pass with your Avon Library card to start studying now!

With a 7-day pass, you’ll arrive at the Method Test Prep homepage with full access to all of their content. When your access expires, you can always return to RBdigital to checkout another 7-day pass.

If you have registered for other RBdigital services (e-books, e-audio, Qello, etc.) you can use the same login.

From the Library & home

 

New hours for the library!

Starting after Labor Day, the Avon Library will be open until 8:30 on Wednesday evenings, just like we are on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.  We hope this change makes it easier for you to visit the library to browse, borrow, socialize and study.

We will also be returning to our full day Saturday hours, with the library open from 10-5, on Saturdays, beginning September 8.

All library hours, including holiday closings, can be found at avonctlibrary.info/hours.

 

Connecticut Digital Archives

CT Digital Archives is a collaboration between the University of Connecticut Library and the Connecticut State Library. Avon’s online local history collection is located here, as well as those of many other libraries, museums, and historical societies around the state.

From the Library & Home

Teen Volunteer Application

Afternoon picture book and dvd shelving shifts are full for Fall 2019 volunteering at this time.

You can fill out this application and the Teen Librarian, Marisa Hicking, will get back to you with any openings, and/or let you know about future volunteering options.

If you are in Grades 9-12 and want to receive emails about future Teen Advisory Meetings during the school year: please email Marisa Hicking at mhicking@libraryconnection.info and say you want to join TAB in your email.

If you are interested in becoming a Book Buddy on Thursdays in November/December 2019 from 4:15-5:45 pm, then please email Jaimee Eldred at jeldred@libraryconnection.info and we will send an email at the end of August with sign up links.

TAB: Teen Advisory Board

Teen Advisory Board logoWhat is TAB?

The Teen Advisory Board is exclusive to High School students. They work together with a librarian and use their pop culture knowledge to expand the library’s collection and create new programs. Members of TAB assist librarians in various tasks that include music and DVD selection, book selection, book reviews, and program creation, selection and completion. If you are interested in joining TAB, please contact Marisa Hicking at mhicking@avonctlibrary.info. You may also forward any questions or recommendations to our Teen Services e-mail at AvonTeens@gmail.com. If you are interested in applying to TAB, fill out the Teen Volunteer Application.

Teen Advisor: Mrs. Marisa Hicking

Teen Volunteers

Attention Teens!

Looking for a way to get involved in the community?
Do you want to have a say in what goes on at the library such as with Books, DVDs, Music and more?
Do you have what it takes to become a Teen Advocate and make your voice heard?
Need experience for college applications and work resumes?
Need to complete elective requirements for graduation?
How about for Honor Society?
Then you should become a teen Library Volunteer!

We have opportunities for 7th-12th grade students to volunteer during the school year and also daytime hours during the summer months.

Volunteers help us with a variety of tasks including shelving picture books and dvds, setting up for and assisting during a program, and cleaning up after programs.

We are seeking young people who are willing and able to do whatever is needed on a particular day. Generally, volunteer shifts are for one hour once a week.

If you are interested, you can fill out the Teen Volunteer Application.

Looking for something else?
Check out our Teen Advisory Board– Exclusive to High School Students.