Check out the new DVDs – movies, TV series, and documentaries – on order at the Springfield City Library. Place your hold now!
The library is trying to digitize as many Springfield high school yearbooks as we can. We have already received hundreds of yearbooks, but we are still missing several volumes.
Check out the new music on order for the Springfield City Library. Place your hold now!
This is a list of new fiction titles ordered for the Springfield City Library this month.
For the first time, the staff of the city’s library is giving the public an opportunity to learn about what it takes to be a librarian.
Join us for these events and activities at the library in December! | Adults
Hands-on workshops to build basic computer skills | Central & Mason Square | Adults
Take part in weekly intermediate classes to learn how to use a computer. | Mason Square | Adults
Donations of new mittens, gloves, hats, and scarves accepted for the mitten tree at all library locations. | All Ages
The audience is invited to sing along to the music of voices and strings, and add to the spirit of unity as we come together as a community through song. | Central Library | All Ages
Join us on Zoom every Tuesday from 1-2 pm to ask a Hampden County Law Librarian your legal research questions. | Adults
Curious about D&D but don’t know how to get started? Meet us for a beginner-friendly adventure every month! | Central | Adults
The book group for reading enthusiasts reads mostly contemporary novels, although occasionally historical fiction, adventures, and some non-fiction. | Sixteen Acres | Adults
Using gentle stretching while seated, chair yoga allows adults of all abilities to improve flexibility and balance. | Indian Orchard & Mason Square | Adults
There will be a variety of projects and experiments to get you and your family started exploring and creating! | East Forest Park | All Ages