News & Media

Media Contact

Linda Avellar
Director of Development and Communication
Daytime phone: (203)351-8208
After-hours phone: (203)515-6572
Email: Linda@fergusonlibrary.org

Press Coverage

News 12 12/8/21
FEMA Recovery Center opens at the Harry Bennett Branch 

Stamford Advocate 10/30/2021
Ferguson pitches new branches to planning board

Stamford Advocate 9/28/2021
Ferguson Library expands internet access

Stamford Advocate 6/5/2021
Ferguson Library ditches fines

Stamford Advocate 4/25/2021 
During COVID, what got Stamford reading?

Stamford Advocate 3/12/2021 
Library to keep COVID capacity limits in place

Stamford Advocate 3/6/2021  
City $ proposed to help outside agencies during COVID

News 12 3/2/2021 
Dr. Seuss estate to cease publication of 6 books

Stamford Advocate 10/16/2020 
Models bring element of play to library

News 12 
intv with Josephine Fulcher Anderson on SE 50th anniversary 10/20

Stamford Advocate 8/14/2020 
Ferguson revamps entrepreneur assistance in response to COVID  

News 12 7/6/2020 
Ferguson Library reopens

Stamford Advocate 5/14/2020 
Stamford students can grab and go books

Stamford Advocate 4/11/2020 
Stuck at home? Check out The Ferguson Library

Library News

A Novel Affair scheduled for April 7

The Ferguson Library will hold its major fundraiser, A Novel Affair, Thursday, April 7 from 6 to 9 p.m. as an in-person event. The library will honor long-time Friends of the Ferguson Library board member Ann Sexton with the Ferguson Award. A Novel Affair is the Ferguson Library’s signature benefit, raising critical funds to help provide library services to the Stamford community. The event will be held at the library. Proof of COVID vaccination is required to attend.
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Ferguson joins CT State Library Task Force to help Afghan refugees

Stamford, November 23, 2021 - The Connecticut State Library has formed a Public Library Task Force consisting of libraries in communities receiving Afghan refugees to identify ways that the Connecticut library community can support the organizations welcoming refugees and offer direct services. These libraries are Bridgeport Public Library, Ferguson Library in Stamford, New Haven Free Public Library, Public Library of New London, Phoebe Griffin Knowles Library, Norwalk Public Library, Old Lyme and Russell Library, Middletown.

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