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  • Athol Public Library
    The Athol Public Library's goal is to provide friendly service to all our patrons and provide them with the most current information possible. The library has material geared to every age group.

  • Bellingham Public Library
    The mission of the Bellingham Public Library is to serve the cultural, informational, educational, and recreational needs of the community.

  • Beverly Public Library
    Beverly Public Library 32 Essex Street, Beverly, MA 01915 (978) 921-6062

  • Boston Public Library
    The General Library Departments are located in the Johnson Building which houses the Boston Public Library's largest circulating collection of materials, over 700,000 volumes.

  • Boston Regional Library System
    The Mission of the Regional Services Program is to improve the delivery of library services to individuals of all ages, educational levels, and economic backgrounds

  • Burlington Public Library
    Burlington Public Library 22 Sears Street, Burlington, MA 01803 a dynamic, responsive information, entertainment, and community.

  • Fall River Public Library
    Welcome to the Fall River Public Library - 104 North Main Street Fall River, Massachusetts 02720 Tel: 508-324-2700 Fax: 508-324-2707

  • Falmouth Public Library
    Welcome to the Falmouth Public Library 123 Katharine Lee Bates Road Falmouth, MA 02540 Phone: 508-457-2555

  • Haverhill Public Library
    Haverhill Public Library, 99 Main Street, Haverhill, MA USA 01830-5092 Call us! 978-373-1586

  • Malden Public Library
    Malden Public Library provides open access to information and to promote love of reading and lifelong learning to Malden residents and all citizens of Massachusetts.

  • Massachusetts Libraries and Information
    MLIN serves as a gateway to a variety of information about libraries in Massachusetts. Directory information, library homepages and special services provided by libraries can be found here.

  • Memorial Hall Library
    Welcome to Memorial Hall Library. Memorial Hall is the public library for the Town of Andover, Massachusetts. For more than 125 years, Memorial Hall has provided the tools of learning, whether those tools be books, periodicals, cassettes, compact discs, or access to electronic information.

  • Milford, Massachusetts-Town Library
    The Milford Town Library is a focal point for community learning. We are dedicated to providing free, easy, equal and confidential access to all forms of human expression. Our staff is responsive to cultural diversity and standards of excellence.

  • Moses Greeley Parker Memorial Library
    Moses Greeley Parker Memorial Library* 28 Arlington St. (Rte. 113), Dracut, MA 01826 Phone: (978) 454-5474 Fax: (978) 454-9120

  • Norfolk Public Library
    Norfolk Public Library to serve the educational, informational and recreational needs of the community.

  • North Adams Public Library
    North Adams Public Library assemble, preserve and administer a collection of resources in a variety of formats that meet the needs of the community. As a source of knowledge for the community, an encourager of reading for all ages, a leader in cooperation with schools and organizations, and a supporter of life long learning, a high level of service will be delivered in a welcoming, responsive,and efficient manner.

  • Old Colony Library Network
    The Old Colony Library Network was established to provide every resident of the South Shore / Southeastern Massachusetts with an equal opportunity to access information to satisfy the individual's educational, occupational, cultural and recreational needs and interests regardless of the individual's location, socio-economic status, possible physical disability, or level of intellectual ability.

  • Palmer Public Library
    Since moving into its present home 20 years ago, the library, in addition to its primary function, has become a hub of community activity. The Community Room and a newly renovated basement are in constant use on a regular basis. During the past year alone, these areas, designated for the free use of local groups, were booked over 1,500 times by at least 50 organizations!

  • Provincetown Public Library
    The Library offers a wide range of material for children, including Newberry and Caldicott Award winners, picture books, easy readers, paperbacks, fiction and non-fiction magazines, audio cassettes, videos, books with audio cassettes, and a large parenting collection.

  • Richard Salter Storrs Library
    The Richard Salter Storrs Library is a comprehensive resource center designed to meet the educational, informational and recreational needs of the community.

  • Sandwich Public Library
    The Sandwich Public Library - 142 Main Street Sandwich, Mass 02563 Tel. (508)888-0625 Fax. (508)833-1076

  • Seekonk Public Library
    The goal of the Seekonk Public Library is to be a model of excellence in public libraries by exceeding the expectations of our customers, and by making knowledge available.

  • Shrewsbury Public Library
    Welcome to the Shrewsbury Public Library's homepage. 609 Main Street Shrewsbury, MA 01545-5699 Phone Number: (508) 842-0081

  • SouthEastern Massachusetts Library System
    SEMLS is a multi-type regional library system established to promote resource sharing among and provide supplemental services and resources to public, academic, school and special libraries in the 86 communities of Southeastern Massachusetts.

  • UptonTown Library
    UptonTown Library 2 Main Street Upton, MA 01568-1608 - Telephone (508) 529-6272 Fax (508) 529-2453

  • Worcester Public Library
    Worcester Public Library to serve as a forum for ideas. The library, dedicated to freedom of access to information for all, strives to meet the educational, occupational, personal, recreational and cultural needs of its diverse community.

  • Yarmouth Town Libraries
    South Yarmouth Library 312 Old Main Street, South Yarmouth, MA 02664 (508) 760-4820


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