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Build a Maze with cardboard! Ages 8 to 12. 4/17/24 from 3 pm to 5 pm. Register here!


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You may already know that you can place holds on material from other libraries and have them picked up here. That is true of any library in the CW MARS Library consortium. CW MARS launched a more user-friendly catalog on March 4. You can search from Millbury's catalog to see what we have, or expand your search to see what any library in CW MARS has, and even digital content to borrow via the Libby app. Don't worry: all of your current checkouts and holds will carry over to the new system. Import your reading history to continue keeping track of what you've borrowed. When you log in to the new catalog, you will sign in with your pre-existing library card number and PIN/password. Questions? go here or call/visit us!

Get a Library Card

If you already have a CWMARS library card, great! You can use it in Millbury too.

If not, visit us in person with a photo ID and proof of address. You can begin filling out the form here. A physical library card provides access to both physical and electronic materials.


Want access sooner? Apply for an eCard! Access electronic materials, such as ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, and databases. The eCard is for patrons who do not already have a CW MARS library card but can be upgraded to a physical library card by visiting us in person.

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 within 4 hrs. 


Connect with us! Stay up-to-date with our latest programs and offerings by following us on social media (Facebook and Twitter). Sign up to receive weekly updates on our new materials at Wowbrary. Sign up to receive our monthly newsletter. 


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*(Checks made out to the Friends of the Millbury Public Library)

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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!

Messy Hands!

Mon. Apr. 1 @ 4 PM

Come join us as we create a messy project either a science activity or art piece. 

For Ages 5-7

Registration required

Life on Mars

Tues. Apr. 2 @ 6 PM

High Touch High Tech New England will help us get ready for the upcoming eclipse with hands-on modeling of lunar & solar eclipses. Ever wonder what scientists are looking for when they search for signs of life? We will explore this and other questions in this fun, engaging, hands-on program.

Registration required

Sponsored by the Mary B. Grogan Grant

Adult Exercise Class

Weds Apr. 3, 17, 24, 5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, and 5/29 @ 6:30 PM

Come join an adult exercise class hosted by the Friends of the Millbury Public Library. The cost is $50 and must be paid by check or with Venmo by April 1.

Not recommended for beginners who have never taken exercise classes previously.

Registration required

Solar Eclipses:
Tracking the Shadow of the Moon!

Thurs. Apr. 4 @ 6 PM

A family friendly presentation about solar eclipses and night sky objects that can be seen in April skies using the library telescope from the Millbury Public Library.

Solar glasses will be handed out to all participants (while supplies last).

Program presented by the Aldrich Astronomical Society - Jim Zebrowski

Registration required

Sponsored by donations made to the Millbury Public Library

She Can Do It:
Real/'Reel' Women & Midcentury Mysteries
Wed. Apr. 10 @ 6 PM

Join authors Janet Raye Stevens & Sharon Healy-Yang for an engaging, multi-media event. Using film clips, anecdotes, and excerpts from their books, Janet and Sharon talk about 1940's women in real as well as 'reel' life and how these smart, stylish, wise-cracking gals in books and film inspired their own 1940's-set mysteries.

If you love mysteries, movies, and lots of banter, don't miss it!

Registration required

Sponsored by donations made to the Millbury Public Library

Financial Scams:
How to Recognize and Avoid Them
Thurs. Apr. 11 @ 6 PM

Join Andrew Burgoyne for an informative talk by Fidelity Bank. Learn about common scams: how to spot and stay clear of them.  Don’t miss this opportunity to equip yourself with the knowledge and tools to help safeguard yourself, your family, and your money from financial fraud. 

Registration required

Science Heroes - Saving Earth Together
Sat. Apr. 13 @ 11 AM

Join us on an adventure about Professor Noble and the Science Heroes who must save their town and the planet from a superpolluting mastermind!

The audience helps the performer act out the tale, as we use the events in the story to discover and explore several exciting science concepts - like Newton's law of motion, air pressure, chemical reactions, and more!

Registration required

Sponsored by the Mary B. Grogan Grant


Tues. Apr. 16 @ 3 PM

Join us for a Pokemon Day at the Millbury Public Library filled with crafts, a raffle, and games. Pokemon Professor Jeffrey Hoyle will be joining us! 

For all Pokemon fans.

Registration required

Build a Maze

Wed. Apr. 17 @ 3 PM

Help us construct a life size maze in the library using cardboard and Makedo tools to display in the Children's Room.

Ages 8-12

Registration required

3D Print Club-Special Event

Thurs. Apr. 18 @ 3 PM

Bring a canvas bag or a t-shirt and we will show you how to create a 3D design using Tinkercad that you can iron on! 

For All Ages

NO registration required

Seascapes: How to Pastel Paint
Thurs. Apr. 25 @ 5:30 PM

Greg Maichack will present "Seascapes" a pastel painting workshop for adults and teens 18+. This pastel painting workshop is designed for both sheer beginners to advanced participants. All will keep their 12x18 pastel painting of their personalized vivid seascape and waves.

Registration required (SPACE LIMITED)

Sponsored by the Millbury Cultural Council

Adult Book Club

Mon. Apr. 29 @ 4 PM

Join our Director, Ann Dallair, for a book discussion of "A Life in Parts" by Brian Cranston.

Registration required

May--"The Coworker" by Freida McFadden

Epic Tales Writing Group

Tues. Apr. 30 @ 6 PM

Calling all teen writers!  If there is a story you want to write in any format--fanfiction, script writing, D&D campaign etc., come join us for writing time and support. Don’t know what to write? We will have prompts available. Snacks and drinks allowed.

Ages 13-18

NO Registration required

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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