We are accepting returns through our book drop, and checking out materials through Curbside Pickup--appointment required to pick items up.

Please note that the building is still closed to the public and we cannot accept donations.

See our Library News page for information/instructions.

Thank you.

We need your help!

The Millbury Public Library is in the process of developing our next 5-year Strategic Plan, aimed at providing the very best services for our community. An imperative piece of the process is to gather feedback from you. Please take this survey to help us establish goals, actions, and to create a focused direction for the library.

Need a library card while we're closed?

Register for a Millbury card here, and our Circulation Staff will contact you when it is ready to retrieve. Please bring a current/valid photo ID with your address. 

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Or, click here to see our monthly newsletter for April!

New service for Millbury residents!

Need extra help with a subject? Tutoring available for all ages beginning 5/1. This service will be provided for a whole year. Residents who have a library card beginning with 27414 are eligible. Tutoring available 2-11PM, 7 days a week. Sponsored by the Millbury Cultural Council. To access Brainfuse Tutoring click here.

Saturday May 1 (all month - while supplies last) - Adult Asymmetrical Wreath Make & Take Get ready for the spring time and pick up your spring wreath. All materials provided. Please one per person.

Monday May 3 Spring Wreath & Butterflies Grab & Go Craft - Come pick up a spring craft to do with family and friends just in time for Mother's Day! (while supplies last)

Tuesday May 11 Virtual Zoomobile 6:30-7:15PM - Join an educational experience learning facts and habitats on 4-5 animals presented by an educator from Southwick's Zoo. Sponsored by the Rosemary Davis Grant Fund

Fridays May 14, 21, 28, STEM Beginnings 9-9:45AM STEM Beginnings is back! Children from 3-6 will be engaged in hands-on learning and activities. With fun experiments, songs, and projects, your child will learn about science, technology, engineering, and math. Links and materials will be sent prior to programs. Sponsored by the YMCA Family & Community Partnership

Monday May 17 Coffee Filter Flowers Grab & Go Craft - Come pick up a spring craft to do with family and friends. (while supplies last)

Weds. May 19 BOTS! Robotics - Walking Robot Dogs ages 8-11 6-6:45PM Find out what makes robots work and explore some of the different ways they move by making a walking paper robot! Prepare materials: an index card, pens, scissors, a ruler, & a test ramp. Sponsored by the ALA -Libraries Transforming Communities: Focus on Small and Rural Libraries National Grant

Thurs. May 20 Puppet Story time 1-1:30PM Through Me to You Puppetry invites you to join Newton & his puppet friends for some story time fun! Newton and his friends take turns reading stories & singing songs with the kids. Ages 3-6 Complimentary story by Leigh Baltzer

Thurs. May 20 BOTS! Robotics - Robot Fin Grippers ages 12-16, 6-7:30PM Find out what makes robots work, & explore some of the ways they can move things around by building a cardboard robot hand that curves around objects! Prepare materials: 2 pieces of letter-sized stiff paper, a pen, a ruler, scissors, tape, and paper straw. Sponsored by the ALA - Libraries Transforming Communities: Focus on Small and Rural Libraries National Grant

Tues. May 25 Cooking Class - Snickerdoodle Mug Cake with Julie Manning 4-4:30PM Learning to cook, or already love it? Julie Manning of simply Focused Coaching will take you through a recipe step by step so that you feel confident in the kitchen. Geared for tweens/teens; children are welcome with an adult.

Weds. May 26 Rockabye Beats 1-1:30PM Join us for a special music program for you and your child. It is learning through music, dancing, games, Spanish, and fun. Sponsored by the Millbury Cultural Council

Looking for your next great read?
Try the options below!

Or, just call the Circulation Desk! Tell us what you like, and we can make a recommendation!

Cat's Meow

for sale

Sold by the Friends of the Millbury Public Library for $10.00 each.


Stop by the circulation desk to pick up your landmark replica!

Other items for sale include:

  • Zipper Totes w/ Friends Logo 

  • 4GB Library themed Flash Drives

  • Millbury Public Library notecards

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