At the Library: Laptop use for free at Stonington Free Library
Need to use a computer? Thanks to the Connecticut State Library and American Rescue Plan funding, Stonington Free Library has several new laptops available for public use.
The six HP laptops and two Macbooks are available for anyone to use free of charge during library hours. A library card is not required to use the computers in the library building. Wifi is provided free of charge so community members can access the online information and resources that they need.
Computer and internet access not only provide entertainment, but are also essential for job applications, school work, tax information, telehealth and so on. To use a library laptop, simply stop by the front desk and ask for one!
Just need to print something? Using the free SFL-Guest Wifi, you can print from your own phone, tablet or laptop for 25 cents a page during library hours.
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