We will be opening to the public on June 1, 2021. No appointments necessary. At this time we will not be accepting donations due to lack of space.
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.

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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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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.

Tuesday June 1-30, 2021 Adult Make & Take Jeweled Trinket Jars - Enjoy designing your own jeweled trinket jar with various jeweled stickers. Adults (while supplies last)

Tuesday June 1-19, 2021 Grab & Go Straw Rockets - Kids looking for a summer craft? Create your own Straw Rocket. All materials provided. Children (while supplies last)

Tuesday June 8, 2021 Pop Up Art Class - Create a Felted Hedgehog 2PM -The Pop Up Art School is back with another craft! Learn to use a barbed needle and merino wool sculpt basic shapes and attach them together. The instructors will show you how to make a hedgehog. Needle felting is fun, easy, and relaxing! Register, then call our front desk to schedule an appointment tp pick up materials - they will be available two weeks ahead of class. Registrants will be provided with link to join. Other materials needed: a pair of scissors. All ages

Wednesday June 16, 2021 Preschool Story Time 10AM - Come listen to stories with Miss Ann. These stories will be outdoors weather permitting. Stories will be on Zoom if weather prediction is rain. 

Thursday June 17, 2021 6:30PM Terrific Tubers & Radical Roots Expanding your Veggie Vocabulary - presented by Colin McCullough Are these vegetables that you pass by in the produce section because you're not sure what to do with them? Rutabagas need love too! In this class, we'll explore some recipes to spotlight the often-overlooked, but healthy and delicious vegetables in the produce section! Adults.

Monday June 21 - July 3, 2021 Grab & Go Tiger Origami Bookmark Ready for summer reading! Come pick up your own tiger origami materials to make an origami tiger bookmark to go along with our Summer Reading theme Tails and Tales. Children

Monday June 21, 2021 Begin our Summer Reading, Tails and Tales Sign-ups can be online on our website or paper copies available at the library.

Tuesday June 29, 2021 Virtual 3D Design and Printing 6PM - Join Arthur and Peter Evans for a Virtual 3D Design and Printing workshop. You will have fun learning how to design a 3D printed object. Instructors will assist and advise participants throughout the process. Participants are encouraged to create a free account to TinkerCAD.com before the workshop. This software will be used for this program. TinkerCAD link: https://www.tinkercad.com/

Designs created in the workshop will be created in a 3D form and brought back to the library for you to pick up. Requirements for workshop: must have Internet-enabled computer/laptop and electricity. Sponsored by the American Library Association - Libraries Transforming Communities - Focus on Small and Rural Libraries National Grant

Wednesday June 30, 2021 Virtual Succulent Terrariums 6:30PM - Join Tower Hill Botanical Garden for a virtual demonstration to create your own Succulent Terrarium. Terrariums kits can be picked up at the library beginning June 3. Adults

Sponsored by the rosemary Davis Grant

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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