A Cappella Group to Perform at Central Library

“Time Was” Features Singers H.B. Hall, Sharon Jacobson-Deragon, and Marty Batt Sunday, January 29, 2017, 2 p.m. Central Library Rotunda The Springfield City Library is thrilled to present a musical performance by a cappella group Time Was on Sunday, January … Continued

Library Hosts Winter Reading Club

All Ages Can Earn Prizes for Reading January 17 – February 24 Springfield residents looking to avoid cabin fever this winter should swing by their library and join the Winter Reading Club. The Club is for all ages – infants, … Continued

Area Poets & Novelists to Give Readings

Children’s Authors, Poets, and Writers Visit the Central Library Sunday, January 8, 1 – 3 pm Central Library Community Room The Springfield City Library is thrilled to host a large number of area authors at a Literary Spotlight event 1:00-3:00 … Continued

Masterful Musicians to Perform in Sixteen Acres

Cellist and Pianist to Play Gorgeous Classical Selections Tuesday, December 27, 6:30 p.m. Sixteen Acres Branch Library Add some joy to your holiday season and attend an educational, enchanting, free classical music concert at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 27th. … Continued

Health Literacy Resources at your local library

By Ellen Sulzycki, Reference Librarian Recently, Mason Square Branch Library received a grant from the National Library of Medicine for Community Engagement. Through this grant, Springfield City Librarians have been trained in best practices for health reference services. Margot Malachowski, … Continued

Reading Lists: Cozy Home, Cooking and Baking

The colder the weather, the nicer it is to have a snuggly home. That may mean colors, candles, and blankets, or it may mean lots and lots of pie. Either way, we hope you’ll find some inspiration below! Kitchen of … Continued