The Goodwin Library is a public library that serves as an information center for the personal, cultural, and social growth for the community of Farmington. The Library maintains collections and implements programs that address the community’s changing informational and recreational needs for education and literacy. The collections, materials, and programs are offered in a variety of formats to ensure equitable access for all. The Library believes that free and open access to information and resources will establish the framework for an informed and involved community.
Join Miss Donna for songs, rhymes, and stories! This program is for children 0-2 and their caregiver. Older siblings welcome. This program alternates Mondays with our Baby & Toddler Play Group.
Want to learn how to knit or crochet? Drop in to our Sit & Stitch Group! Already know how? Bring your current project and socialize with other yarn artists. We have a small assortment of materials for those who wish to try it out before purchasing their own supplies. This group meets monthly on the first Tuesday of each month.
Join Miss Kayla for songs, rhymes, stories, and crafts! This program is for children 3-5 and their caregiver. Younger siblings welcome.
Make a fluffy snowman today for Crafternoon!
Are you a homeschooler interested in participating in an annual spelling bee? Students in grades 4 – 8 are invited to attend. Registration is $10 per family and is due by January 1st. The champion speller from this spelling bee will advance to the state competition. Upon registration, you will receive access by email to study materials provided by Scripps.
Looking for a natural way to alleviate cold and flu symptoms this winter? Patty Nolden, a certified herbalist, will present herbal remedies to help manage common winter ailments.
Learn about new happenings at the library. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.