For Sale @ WWML

Stony Creek Fife & Drum CDs

$10 each

Martha Link Walsh Notecards

$10 for pack

"The Supply Pond"

by Branford Land Trust

$17 (B&W), $35 (color)

Branford Garden Club Notecards

$1.50 each or 4 for $5

"Flesh & Stone," The Quarry Celebration Committee, $20

"Welcome Aboard"

by Dick Howard, $10

"Where She Went,"

by Kate Walbert, $10

Fife & Drum Corps Quilt Raffle

$10 for 10 Tickets or $2 Ea.

Raffle: 11/25, 4PM

  Get some holiday shopping done at WWML!

Local Organizations

Local Organizations

Stony Creek Association (SCA): The meeting minutes of the local group

Stony Creek Fife & Drum Corps: The famous, award-winning local fife & drum organization

Blackstone Library:  Branford's other town library located in the town center

Town of Branford: Local information, links, and listings from the Town of Branford

Shoreline Arts Alliance:  Promoting the arts in the central Shoreline region of CT

Tour the Thimble Islands: Two local cruise ships tour the local Thimble Islands

Shoreline Antique Auto Connection: Locally-run, non-profit news source for antique auto-related activities on the Connecticut Shoreline

Alex's Lemonade Stand: Not a local but a national childhood cancer organization started by a 4-year old cancer patient named Alexandra "Alex" Scott that WWML regularly supports. 

Get a Library Card

Do you live in Stony Creek? Area residents may obtain a free library card with proof of residence. If you live in another part of Branford, you may also get your Blackstone Library card here at Willoughby Wallce Memorial Library. A parent or guardian must sign a child's (under age 18) application. Cards are valid for 3 years. 

Borrowing Policy

Most books, audiobooks, DVDs, CDs and magazines are loaned for a period of 21 days. New bestsellers may be loaned for 7 days. Most items may be renewed one time, either in person, online or by calling us at (203) 488-8702 if no other patrons are waiting.

Interlibrary Loan

Looking for something we don't own? We can borrow the material from another Connecticut library.  You may request items in person, by phone at (203) 488-8702, or through Connecticut's statewide library catalog:!