- Featured Pass: Boston By Foot
Are you aware that with a valid library card you have access to several different discount & free admission passes? This month we are featuring our new pass Boston By Foot.
Each pass provides free admission for groups of four on regularly scheduled tours
Tour the charming neighborhood of Back Bay, stroll the picturesque streets of Beacon Hill, or walk the historic Freedom Trail.
Learn more about the Friends of the Southborough Library or booking a pass online. This pass must be returned the following day by 10:05 AM.
- Electronic Resource: America's News for Local Newspapers
News of local interest happens everywhere, from small towns to big cities across the United States. America's News provides access to information on people, issues and events in the local area and around the country. This comprehensive resource offers hundreds of millions of current and archived full-text articles from news sources nationwide in a single, fully searchable database.
America’s News provides patrons with authoritative, staff-written coverage of local and national topics, along with specific articles, obituaries, statistics, quotations, facts, analysis and much more. Looking for more electronic resources? Visit our Reference Databases page. Patrons can freely search, browse, print, save, email and share full-text articles.
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- Story Teller Diane Edgecomb - 6/28 at 11:00 AM
We're kicking off Summer reading with story teller Diane Edgecomb and 'Game Time.' This is a great program for children ages 4 and up.
Game Time features three topsy-turvy reading adventures where nobody has their ‘game face’ on and everybody wins! Diane’s jazzy version of the ‘Tortoise and the Hare’ encourages going your own pace and coming out great in the end. We learn that no reader is a slow poke when it comes to learning! In ‘Kite’s Tail,’ an afternoon kite-flying game teaches a shy girl how to SINNNGGGG! There’s even more fun in the Hungarian story, ‘The Hide and Seek Princess.’ She has X-ray vision and will only marry the suitor she cannot find.
This program is made possible with funding from The Friends of the Southborough Library.