Links and information about resources for families during this period of Coronavirus closures and service changes.
Improved access to a historical library branch in downtown Springfield.
The Springfield City Library hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony today at the Central Library located at 220 State Street to celebrate the completion of a $4 million renovation and historic restoration project.
Links and information about resources for adults during this period of Coronavirus closures and service changes.
Available services from Springfield City Library during the coronavirus closure.
See the exhibit of art by Claudia Wood Rahm. | All Ages.
Explore the ancient Japanese art of paper folding: origami! | All Ages
Yoga workshop designed for adults with special needs. | Adults
Play games, meet your neighbors, sharpen your mind, and have a great time. | Adults and Seniors
Find out about free job training offered in the Springfield/Holyoke area | Teens 16+ and Adults
Share your favorite recipes in the Sixteen Acres Branch Library’s new cooking club | Adults
Grab some books, work on a project, or catch up with a friend over coffee while making new friends and checking out the library. | Seniors
Grab some needles and yarn, then come join us! Newcomers always welcome. | Adults
Hands-on workshops including: Using the Internet, File Management, and Online Resources. | Adults
Cure your mid-week blues with a lively book discussion. | Adults