Check our calendar for events related to these resources throughout the year!
You’ll be surprised what your new library can do for you.
October -- Overdrive ebooks and Audiobooks
November --Testing and Education Reference Center database
December--Tumblebooks for kids
January –Universal Class -take a self-paced class online.
February -- Book-a-Librarian (learn how to use that new fangled device!)
March--Zinio Digital Magazines
April--Career Transitions database
May-Ancestry and American Ancestors
June— Museum Passes! School’s out! What can you do with the kids this summer?
July--DMV Practice Tests—teen learning to drive this summer?
August– Hot Spots for vacationers - get the internet wherever you are!
September- Printer On - send your print jobs to the library from home!
Want to learn more about Overdrive eBooks and eAudiobooks? Attend one of our in-house classes and leave with a free eBook on your preferred device! Overdrive classes will be held Thursday, October 12th at 3 PM & Tuesday, October 24th at 6PM. Can't make a class? Book-a-Librarian for a private lesson or watch our step-by-step guide and give it a shot yourself! Kindle users, download the Overdrive app to your Kindle and follow the instructions below. You will be directed to Amazon when it is time to download your book to your Kindle.
Long commute? Download free eAudiobooks!
No Wi-Fi? Check out one of our hotspots and get Wi-Fi at home, at your campsite, or even in the car!
Crafting all alone at home? Join our lively Fiber Arts group, Tuesdays from 2-3 pm.
Learning to drive? Access manuals and practice exams on our MA DMV database.
Tired of paying for eBooks? Check them out from the library instead!
Broken printer? Send your print job to the library remotely.
Rainy day and nowhere to play? Check out our pass to Imajine That and many other museums!
Stiff or stressed? Check out our yoga schedule for adults and kids, too!
Need resume help? Use the easy template on our Career Transitions database.
Baffled by your new iPad? Book a 30 minute how–to appointment with a librarian.
Interested in learning how to make soap, write a business plan, how to do reiki or learn Excel? Try one of 500 free, self-paced classes on Universal Class.
Looking for your ancestors? Research your local roots in our archive or branch out with our library subscription to Ancestry.com
Sliding piles of magazines everywhere? Take them with you anywhere on your tablet with Zinio.
Can’t get the latest Hollywood hit on DVD? Stop in every Friday at 3 pm to see a
Like art, but not a millionaire? Get discounted tickets to the MFA, ICA, Aquarium & more!
Studying for the police, GMATS, or real estate exams? Access study material for hundreds of different exams on our Testing & Education Reference Center database.
Shy about reading? Practice by reading to our Therapy Dog, Prince. He's at the library every Thursday between 4-5 PM. Make sure to register!