- July Featured Museum Pass: USS Constitution Museum
Are you aware that with a valid library card you have access to several different discount & free admission passes? For the month of July, we are featuring our new pass for the USS Constitution Museum.
Each pass admits up to 9 people for free! Only one pass per party may be used at a time. As with all physical passes, it must be returned to the library the following day by 10:05 AM.
Learn about the museum pass program or jump directly to booking passes online. See also Museum Passes at a Glance for a program overview (information is subject to change).
As part of Summer Reading in the Children's Room, nonreturnable vouchers are also currently available to our patrons. Please inquire about this at the Children's Room desk when you come in for our weekly scavenger hunt!
- July Crafternoon Series - Needle Felting
Thursday, July 30th from 6 PM - 7 PM
Join us for an evening with Rory Valentine who will teach us about needle felting. You will get a chance to make your own wool creation. She will also be available to answer questions about her craft process.
The program starts upstairs at 6:00 PM and will go to 7:00 PM. Limited to the first 12 teenage participants.
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Southborough Cultural Arts Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. Please subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter for more event information.
- New Resource: America's News for Local Newspapers
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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. Patrons can freely search, browse, print, save, email and share full-text articles. Looking for more electronic resources? Visit our Reference Databases page.