Open to Public

Monday and Wednesday

12:00 – 6:00 pm

Tuesday and Thursday

10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Friday  

10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Curbside Pickup

Monday and Wednesday 

12:00 pm – 5:45 pm

Tuesday and Thursday 

10:00 am – 4:45 pm

Friday 

10:00 am – 1:45 pm

In accordance with Governor Baker’s most recent restrictions amidst a spike in cases, we have made a few adjustments to keep the building open and running in the safest way possible for Staff and Patrons. 

Read the full statement here.

Know Before You Go

Tell us what you like and we will fill a bag of books selected just for you! 

Miss Holly will create a bag of grade school books for you. 

Picture Books are so important to young children! Let Miss Holly fill a bag for your child. 
 

Miss Holly has another Early Literacy Storytime for you!

Thursday, May 4

11:00 am

Facebook LIVE

It’s Crafter’s Choice this Month!
 
Adult Craft Kit includes:
Templates and 2 pieces of scrapbook paper to make a notecard, an envelope, a gift box, a bookmark and 2 gift tags. Make one of each or several of one kind!
 

Join Miss Holly for a Bedtime Storytime Wednesday March 10 at 6:30 pm! 

Facebook LIVE

Join Miss Holly for a Lucky Day Storytime!  

Wednesday, March 17

11:00 am

Facebook LIVE

Join Miss Holly and Mr. Mike from the Kingston Library and Spring into Spring!

Thursday, March 25

11:00 am

Facebook LIVE

Join Miss Holly for an

an Eggcellent Storytime

Thursday, April 1

11:00 am

Facebook LIVE

Do you have a small collection of interests or keepsakes? Display them at the Library!
People love to see what people love.

Register here.

NEW! The Library now offers Kanopy, free with your library card. Watch 5 movies a month plus unlimited access to Kanopy Kids

Be sure to check with specific venues about rules and restrictions.

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Challenge yourself to read an #OwnVoices title this month!

#OwnVoices is a term coined by the writer Corinne Duyvis. refers to an author from a marginalized or under-represented group writing about their own experiences/from their own perspective, rather than someone from an outside perspective writing as a character from an underrepresented group.
New Books This Month​
New Kids’ Books
NYT Fiction Bestsellers
Thrillers and Suspense
New Picture Books
History and Current Events