The Groton Public Library holds a collection of 150,000 items including books, magazines, DVDs, CDs, large print…More books, audio books and art. The library includes a local history room with genealogy and history books as well as city directories, newsletters, photographs, slides, newspapers and magazine articles.
The children's department offers programs including storytime, drop-in craft sessions and pre-school film festivals. The library also offers teen programs such as book discussions, a coffeehouse and a writing club. Betty Anne Reiter is library director.
Ella T. Grasso Southeastern Technical High School 189 Fort Hill Rd, Groton, CT06340 Grasso Technical High School combines academics with programs that teach technical skills such as automotive technology,…More carpentry and drafting. The school offers 11 technical areas of study, college credit in some instances and advanced placement classes in English, history, science and art.
Noank Historical Society 108 Main St, Groton, CT06340 There are two museum sites in Noank, each preserving the town's salty maritime history and its prominence in wooden…More boatbuilding. The Sylvan Street Museum is the place to visit for genealogical information, shipyard archives, and exhibits; the Latham Chester Store is a social center and meeting house.