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Summer Reading Program – ‘Make Waves – Read’

book_waves smallThe Summer Reading Program begins Tuesday, July 1st and ends Friday August 1st. This is a great way to keep you child reading through the summer months. Come in to sign up and get their packet.

Also, check the Children’s room for the summer calendar. For more information about our Storytimes for 0-6, Craft/Story for 5+ (signup required) and Summer Programs, please call us at 978-874-7416 and ask to speak to a children’s librarian. Remaining Summer Programs are:

  • Magic with Scott Jameson – July 22, 6pm
  • Blinkee the Clown – July 31, 10am

Eyeglass Donation

The Westminster Lions Club is taking donations of used eyeglasses for those in need. The donation box is located at the side of the main check out desk. So far, there are over 75 pairs that have come in. The Lions Club thanks everyone for their donations.


one door closesBook Signing

At 7pm on Thursday, July 17th, authors Tom Ingrassia and Jaren Chrudimsky will be on hand to discuss and sign copies of their book, “One Door Close: Overcoming Adversity By Following Your Dreams”.


Eclectic Book Club – NEW!

Join us at 6:30 pm on Wednesday August 20th when The Eclectic Book Club will be reading “The Descendants” by Kaui Hart Hemmings. All are welcome to attend. BE THERE!


Mystery Book Club

The Mystery Book Club will be reading “Two for the Dough” by Janet Evanovich. Thursday, August 14 at 1:00pm - 2:00pm in EDT. All are welcome to attend.

Flicks at Forbush

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Our next movie will be held on Wednesdays, July 9th and 23rd at 1:00 pm. Movies to be determined. These screenings are free and open to one and all. Please call us at 978-874-7416 closer to this date for the title of the film.


Community Display Case – Dolls and Books

Tin Man WEBOur Display Case has been taken over by all sorts of dolls and books! Some very old, some brand new, some big, some tiny, some expensive, some inexpensive, some vinyl, some resin, some popular, some gone out of style.

One that didn’t make it, is little Mr. Tin Man who had a bad fall and who’s heart (if he had one) is breaking because he wants to be there with Glinda, The Good Witch. If only his person would glue the top of his head back on! Make sure to visit them all on the top floor outside the elevator.

If you have a collection you’d like to share, please leave your name at the circulation desk or call the library at 978-874-7416.


Passes for Museums and Other Great Places!

Looking for things to do and places to go this summer? Check out information on library passes and coupons on our Museum Passes page.


‘Evergreen’ Information for Patrons

How to Log into Your Account
Basic Search Tips
Basic Search in the Evergreen Catalog
Placing Holds


Find e-Books for Your Kindle, Nook, iPad and More!

We have a lot of books, audiobooks and videos that can be downloaded to your electronic reading, listening or watching devices through the C/W Mars Digital Catalog. Read More…