Our library, along with all other Millbury municipal buildings, do not require masks at this time.
We now have ancestry.com! Come on in to learn about your family history OR
access from home HeritageQuest online here.
We now have mobile printing!
Print from your laptop or cell phone at the library, or even from home! Click here to send items to print, and pick them up at the library. Unfortunately, the library is only able to accept cash or checks at this time.
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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.
Or, click here to see our monthly newsletter for June!
Star Wars Day Craft Wed. May 4 @ 3:30 PM - Celebrate May the 4th!
Come learn basic electronics and build a small lightsaber that lights up.
Tech Help with a Teen Fri May 6 @ 3-5 PM - Come ask a teen for assistance on anything related to technology, such as how to send a text, how to attach a document, etc.
Music for Seniors with Howie Newman Tues. May 10 @ 2 PM at the Council of Aging - Singing guitarist Howie Newman plays classic songs of yesteryear including: Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Neil Diamond, Elvis, etc. as well as show tunes. It's a sing-along, toe-tapping musical journey from the early 1900's up through the 1960's.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Millbury Public Library
Robin Williams Impersonator Roger Kabler (LIVE) Tues. May 17 @ 6 PM -
Join Roger Kabler, a Robin Williams impersonator, for some fun laughs and comedy. Mr. Kabler is making a movie called "Being Robin". All ages welcome!
This event will be held under the tent at the Asa Waters Mansion.
Sponsored by the Millbury Cultural Council
Making Connections with the Community Thurs. May 19 @ 4 PM - Join Ann Dallair, Director, and Theresa Boulrice, Children/Young Adult Librarian and Library Manager for a community forum on new ideas, suggestions, and feedback. We would love to hear from you. All ages welcome.
Frances Perkins Show by Ann Marie Shea Tues May 31 @ 6 PM - Join Ann Marie Shea for a one person, one hour show as Frances Perkins (1880-1965), Massachusetts native and first woman to serve in the U.S. cabinet as Secretary of Labor under FDR. Her tenure was an era of historic changes to the life of the average American worker, including Social Security. Ann Marie Shea is performer, playwright, and Professor Emerita at Worcester State University. She is starring in the film Abe and Phil’s Last Poker Game opposite Martin Landau and is active in the Central Massachusetts and Boston theatre scenes.
Sponsored by the National Humanities Grant from the American Library Association
See many more programs by clicking the above maroon button!
Looking for your next great read?
Try the options below!
Recent additions to the Millbury Library Catalog
Or, just call the Circulation Desk! Tell us what you like, and we can make a recommendation!
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