Earth Week At The Sixteen Acres Branch

New Train Travel in Western MA: a Presentation by Sen. Eric Lesser Tuesday, April 17th | 6:15-7:45 PM | Sixteen Acres Branch | Adults Senator Eric Lesser will talk about the long awaited completion of drastically improved passenger train service … Continued

Awesome Mother Goose

Awesome Mother Goose: Performed by MaryJo Maichack Come experience rhymes, puppets, dance and song. A sheer delight, even for the adult who appreciates language. Ukulele and recorder, with Mother Goose in costume, and Tillie the Goose by her side. | … Continued

National Library Week (April 8- 14, 2018) is a time to celebrate the contributions of our nation’s libraries and library workers and to promote library use and support. From free access to books and online resources for families to library … Continued

Central Library Plaza Construction Update

The Central Library is currently undergoing renovation, repairs, and construction. Part of the project includes tearing down the old, unsafe entrance ramp at the northwest library entrance (facing the Springfield Museums). The old ramp will be replaced by a new … Continued

Youth Job Seeker – Workshop Series

Register with Springfield WORKS Central Library – Computer Lab, Monday, April 2, from 5-6 PM Come learn from job experts Pamela White and Krizia Valentino how to register with the Springfield WORKS Career Portal to find positions that match your … Continued

Girl Power!

Central Library, Children’s Program Room Wednesday, March 21, 5:30-7:00 pm | Ages 5-12, siblings welcome In honor of Women’s History Month, please join us for a special evening celebrating strong and amazing women – including you! Visit our Hall of … Continued

Activate Your Library – Survey

We are looking for people interested in collaboration to give us feedback about programming at the Springfield City Library. Your answers to the following questions will not be used for any other purpose or shared with anyone else. You may … Continued