ACTON – Town Manager John Mangiaratti and Acton Memorial Library Director Danielle Savin announce that the Library will forego late fees for most overdue materials, continuing a policy that was adopted temporarily during the COVID-19 pandemic.
STOW — Library Director Tina McAndrew and the Randall Library Building Committee invite residents to a community forum, during which the project architects will share three options for renovating and enhancing the building.
BURLINGTON — Library Director Michael Wick is pleased to share that the Friends of the Burlington Public Library and Burlington Mall have partnered to host and curate materials for a Little Free Library
Merrimac Police, Fire and Library Invite Community to ‘Bringing Our Heroes Home’ Event in Honor of Veterans Day
MERRIMAC – Police Chief Eric M. Shears, Fire Chief Larry S. Fisher and Library Director Kelly Unsworth invite the public to attend the virtual “Bringing Our Heroes Home” event in honor of Veterans Day.
Maynard Fire Department Urges Residents to Consider Safety Tips and ‘Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety’ Ahead of Fire Prevention Week
MAYNARD — Fire Chief Anthony Stowers and the Maynard Fire Department urge all residents to “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety” and to follow these basic tips to help protect their loved ones ahead of Fire Prevention Week, which is being recognized this year from Oct. 3 to 9.
SUDBURY – Goodnow Library and Director Esmé Green invite the Sudbury community to its Halloween Fest Open House at the end of the month.
STOW — Library Director Tina McAndrew and the Randall Library Building Committee invite the community to submit ideas and feedback for the planned renovation and expansion of the Library.
SUDBURY — Goodnow Library invites the community to an evening with Jennifer De Leon, author of “White Space: Essays on Culture, Race, & Writing,” during the MetroWest Readers Fest.
BROOKLINE– Director Sara Slymon announces that, beginning Aug. 2, the Public Library of Brookline will require all patrons to wear masks while inside library buildings.
BURLINGTON — Director Michael Wick invites residents to participate in the Burlington Public Library’s virtual arts programs in August as a part of the “Craft, Create and Make” series.