Wheeler Library is an association library which serves as the public library for North Stonington. The building has a rich history. Constructed in 1900 of Westerly granite, the Wheeler School and Library served as the secondary school and public library for over forty years. Created and funded by the Wheeler family, the library remains a private institution open and free to the public. Borrowing privileges are extended to all residents of North Stonington as well as to library cardholders from other Connecticut towns.
The Library is managed by a Board of Trustees. Current board members include: Gary Annino, President; Kim Barry, Tom Bishop, Steve Greene, Charlie Morgan, Kate Parenteau, Jim Scaramozza and Alix Stanley. Barbara Deindorfer Young serves as a Trustee Emeritus.
Library staff members include Amy Kennedy, Director; Deb Burnside, Kate Kappes, Marcia Lockaby, Lydia Morrisson, and Leda Stanley-Fidrych.
Wheeler Library is the cultural center of our community and the place North Stonington residents turn to for the discovery of ideas and the joy of reading. We provide relevant materials, programs and services for all ages in a welcoming environment.