Other Services

Business & Career Services

The Russell Library offers a wide-array of job services, including:

Career Center (second floor)
Career Coaching
Job Group
Linked-in Photo Shoots
Practice Interviews
Resume Critiques

Business & Career events are made possible by the generous support of:

A Middletown Community Development Block Grant

The family of Thomas J. Regan

The Liberty Bank Foundation

The Friends of the Russell Library

Older Adult Services

Programs.  Russell Library offers educational and entertaining programs to senior residents and veterans residing in Middletown assisted living facilities. Cultural and historical topics, including local history, special events, and sing-along programs are presented.

Books & DVDs.  Books and DVDs are provided to patrons with a Russell Library card living in assisted living residences.  Book discussion groups may choose book titles for groups facilitated by a leader of their choice at their facility.

Contact:  Anne Matthews at (860)347-2528, x165

or amatthews@russelllibrary.org 

Local History Services

Most of the collection is housed in the Middletown Room. The mission of the Middletown Room is to identify, collect, organize, preserve, and provide public access to the materials that document the economic, natural, political, and social history of Middletown.

The Middletown Room is located on the second floor adjacent to the Information Department. Please register to use the Middletown Room at the Information Desk.

Meeting Rooms

Meeting Rooms are available for reservation during the library’s regular hours. 

Meeting Rooms 2 and 3 are primarily for small group meetings and tutoring sessions. The Hubbard Room is primarily for large events and meetings.


Optelec Print Enhancer

The Optelec Print Enhancer magnifies any print material up to 50X. Available on the second floor of the library.

Book Cart

In the lobby of the library is a wheeled walker/book cart that can be used for assistance in getting around the library building.