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Hoopla.pngThe Wilton Library is excited to offer over 225,000 music albums available for mobile and online access through a partnership with Hoopla Digital!

Download or stream hundreds of music albums from major record companies including new pop & rock, country, soundtracks, rap, electronic, classic rock, broadway shows, and children’s music.

In addition, Hoopla includes over 6000 movies and TV episodes for Adults, Teens, and Children. 
You can stream movies and TV shows on your computer, or download them on the Hoopla app on your mobile device.

Wilton residents can download the free Hoopla Digital mobile app on their Android or IOS device or visit to begin.  Albums are available to borrow for 7 days for instant streaming or download to your smartphones, tablets and computers.  Movies and TV shows check out for 3 days. While the library is closed due to COVID-19, you may check out 10 items per month.

There’s no waiting to borrow albums and Hoopla Digital’s automatic return feature eliminates late fees. 

To access the system on your mobile device, you will need to visit or download the free Hoopla Digital app from the App Store on your Android or IOS device. Simply ‘Sign Up’ to get started.

Hoopla for Kids

Introducing Hoopla for Kids, a child-friendly portal with easy downloadable or stream-able age-appropriate movies, music, and TV shows.  The new portal allows kids to easily find and enjoy their favorite movies, music, and TV series in a safe digital environment.  

Finding and using Kids Mode isn't hard at all. Simply visit your "setting" and flip the toggle to put hoopla into Kids Mode on your device.  This only affects the device and not your account. To turn off kids Mode, simply go back to Settings and flip the toggle back to off.  It's that simple.

A Wilton Library card is required to access this service. If you are a Wilton resident and need to register for a library card, Click Here  and select “Register Now”.

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