Check out this video by Access Framingham showing the Museum of Science's "Rockets" program at the McAuliffe Library.
Please consider donating to our food drive to support the Hope Worldwide Framingham Food Pantry! The Pantry’s most-needed items are: canned tuna, rice, oatmeal, canned fruit, pasta & pasta sauce. Please, no glass containers. If you prefer to write a check, you can it mail it to: Hope Worldwide Food Pantry, 214 Concord Street, Framingham, MA 01702. THANK YOU for helping to stamp out hunger in our community!
The Homework Center opens for the school year on Monday September 12. We offer free tutoring for all Framingham students K-12.
We are open Monday-Thursday from 2:30-5:30pm. The Homework Center Student Advisory Board will also have their first meeting of the year, that afternoon at 4:00pm. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Buy an engraved brick to honor or remember family and friends. But hurry as the deadline is September 15. We will install your brick to the left of the center walkway as you face the Christa McAuliffe Branch Library.
To purchase, go to www.brick.fplf.org or pick up a brochure at either library.
As part of Renewal@FPL, explore our informative, fun and easy-to-navigate new website. Enhanced search functions allow you to uncover treasures in our catalog and you can quickly delve into our Digital Collection, browse new arrivals, and spot events of interest. Easily unearth history, find your ancestors, check Consumer Reports, reserve a museum pass, and so much more, from your computer or mobile device. Start exploring now with our 24/7 resource!
On Thursday, June 2, Edward Zuker, Founder and CEO of Chestnut Hill Realty, presented the Friends of the Framingham Library with a donation of $2,500. This presentation…
Order ALL your Amazon items, not just books, through the Library website portal and support your library for free! Click here to shop Amazon and…
Since 2009 the SOAR 55 satellite office and Lois Levick have been a part of the Framingham Public Library and the greater Framingham community. Lois has brought…