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Case Memorial Library
176 Tyler City Rd, Orange, CT 06477

The Case Memorial Library plays a pivotal role in meeting the informational, education, and cultural needs of theMore community  through its print and non-print materials, electronic technology, and programming. The library provides a skilled and dedicated staff including five full-time professional librarians as well as support staff to serve the community. The library offers a variety of programs to patrons each month including a monthly Art in the Library exhibit and reception, children's story times, films, one-on-one job search training, and more. At the library, patrons have free access to public computers equipped with Internet access and Microsoft Office and free Wi-Fi access is available in the library and on its grounds. There are two private rooms are available for quiet study and several desks, tables, and comfortable sitting areas throughout the library where patrons can relax or work on projects. Meetings rooms are available for reservation for non-profit groups and for-profit groups. The Friends of the Library hold a semi-annual "Giant Book Sale" offering a wide variety of books, DVDs, videocassettes, and CDs for reasonable prices, enabling them to support and help enrich the library.

Services: Reference Assistance; Free Computer and Internet Access; Online Research Databases Accessible from Home; Downloadable Audiobooks and E-Books; Free Online SAT Prep Course; New Haven Register Online; Resources for Job Seekers

Mary L. Tracy School
650 Schoolhouse Ln, Orange, CT 06477

Mary L. Tracy School celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2010.

Here, the youngest of the town's students areMore taught basic lessons in a nurturing environment with enthusiastic, caring teachers, in an average class of 18 to 20 students.

Kindergarteners have one period of art, music and library and two periods of physical education and computer lab per week. All classrooms have an up-to-date computer and the school has three SMARTboards.