Grab some needles and yarn, then come join us! Newcomers always welcome. | Adults
Whether you knit, crochet, cross-stitch or crewel, this is the place for you. New members are welcome and current members are willing to teach their skills. Some yarn and needles are provided, but donations of such items will always be welcome. Many of the finished items are donated to charitable causes. Coffee and tea will be provided compliments of the Friends of the Library.
Sixteen Acres Every Wednesday, from 1-3 PM
For more information, call the Branch at 413-263-6858
Central Library Every Thursday starting March 7, from 12-2 PM
For more information, call Matthew at 413-263-6828, x221
East Forest Park Every Friday, from 1-2:30 PM
For more information, call the Branch at 413-263-6836
East Springfield Every Friday, from 10-12 PM
For more information, call Tricia at 413-263-6840
Forest Park Every Saturday, from 11:15 AM – 12:45 PM
For more information, call Ann Harper at 413-623-6843
Teens, shouldn’t you have a say in what your library does? We want you to join our Teen Advisory Board. Share ideas about improving library programming and events and give input on material selection. Talk about your ideas to make the library a better place. Come and enjoy refreshments while you meet new friends, and make your voice heard.
Sixteen Acres Branch Teen Readers Advisory Panel Last Tuesday of the month, from 4:30 – 5:45 PM | Ages 13-19
Here’s your chance to meet regularly to share ideas about improving library programming for your age group, plan events, give input for materials selection and other fun activities. Light refreshments will be served. If interested, please fill in this online application below or contact the young adult reference librarian.
Application for the Teen Readers Advisory Panel (TRAP) - Sixteen Acres
A wide selection of free store and manufacturer coupons are available for you to take.
Pick-up free coupons at one of many Springfield City Library locations. Sort through them, take a stash, and save! The coupons are available during regular library hours at the Brightwood, East Springfield, and Mason Square Branch Libraries plus the Central Library.
BYOB (Bring Your Own Book) and share your recent reads. Gain exposure to new authors, titles, and genres. | Adults
Central Library, Community Room Second and fourth Wednesday of the month, starting at 10 – 12 PM
Note: Due to construction at the Central Library the meeting location will move to the Library Express at Pine Point branch beginning on December 12. Thank you
BYOB (Bring Your Own Book) and share your recent reads at this lively and long-running book group, and gain exposure to new authors, titles, and genres. We’re always open to new members – join us! For more information, contact Ann Keefe at 413-263-6828 ext 294 or by email at email@example.com.
BYOB (Bring Your Own Book) and share your recent reads at this lively book group. Gain exposure to new authors, titles, and genres. We’re always open to new members – join us! For more information, contact the branch at 413-263-6840.
Here’s your chance to share your storytelling talents and maybe win a prize! During the week of April 16-19 stop by participating Springfield branch libraries during open hours to pick up the list of writing prompts you will have to choose from. Write a short story of no more than 1,500 words using one or more of the prompts. Stories will be due to the branch reference desk by 5pm on Friday, April 19. Stories may be of any theme, but please keep content and language to a PG-13 level. Three stories will win a $5 gift card to Dunkin’ Donuts.
The full list of rules will be available at branches starting on April 1.
Do you think Mikasa Akerman from AOT is the coolest character in anime? Then this is the club for you! Join us as we share our favorites in anime, manga, and American comics. Members will help shape how the club progresses, and what events we hold every month!