Starting February 7th, the library will be open from 2-5pm on Sundays in February and March. We will be closed March 27th, which is Easter Sunday. Come in out of the cold to study, read, or grab a DVD to watch in a warm house!
From February 1st-March 15th, the library will be taking part in the 9th Annual Boston Bruins PJ Drive. We will be collecting new children's pajamas (sizes 4/5T-18/20) to donate to local children in need. Monetary donations will also be accepted—$10 provides one child with a pair of new pajamas! Please make checks payable to Cradles to Crayons.
Pajama donaton bins can be found at the library's main desk and in the Children's Room. If you have any questions, please e-mail our children's librarian, Lindsey Recka.
Today's theme will be snowmen. Join us for a few stories and a fun craft to take home! Please sign up for storytime beforehand. For more information, see our storytime page.
Come build with us! Lego is a fun way to promote STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math) with kids!
Marybeth Maes is a talented musician and entertainer who LOVES to perform for children! This event is sponsored by CFCE. See here for more information.
Topsfield resident Tiffany Kopko will be here to read her book and make a craft at a special storytime for all ages!
Homework Club is an after-school club for grades four through six, taking place on Monday afternoons. Stop by for a snack and to get started on homework with your friends!
Join us for a closer look at Hollywood's big night with Frank Mendoza. Why did the Oscars begin? Who has won or been snubbed over the years? Who were the best and worsts hosts? What are the most memorable, most garish, most sentimental, and most controversial moments? And who will prevail this year? A lifelong lover of film, Frank Mendoza lectures on film in various venues, speaks on local cable programs, and teaches cinema courses at Project Contemporary Competitiveness (PCC) and in the high school classroom.