The Children’s collections housed in each branch of the Springfield City Library are geared for babies through age twelve, as well as their parents and caregivers. People of all ages are welcome to use the children’s collections, but use of the children’s spaces is reserved for children with their parents or caregivers. (Children age 8 and up may use the library on their own.) Computers are available for use by children in each of our branch locations.
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Join Springfield Thunderbirds hockey players as they share some favorite books with you.
Thank you for participating in our 2023 Discover Your Summer Reading Challenge. Check out a list of our winners!
April 24th marks National Library Workers Day. Thank you to all our dedicated Springfield Library workers for your tremendous service.
The Springfield City Library has partnered with the Boston Bruins to take part in the Bruins PJ drive that benefits children. The drive runs through March 15 at all nine library locations in the city.
Join Thunderbirds forward Anthony Angello for ‘Anthony’s Book Club’, created in partnership with the Springfield City Library and the T-Birds Foundation.
Drop by your library, and see what craft is being offered this week! | Children
Join us for storytime featuring books, songs, and playtime for babies and toddlers and caregivers. | Central | Children
Parents and their children are invited to join us for stories, songs, and activities! | Children
Vengan y participen todos los miércoles del programa bilingue en Inglés y Español: Disfruten de cancioncitas, rimas, cuentos, y actividades manuales. | Brightwood | Children
Join us for songs, rhymes and a story or two at Circle Time Fun. | Sixteen Acres | Children
Join a scavenger hunt and search the Children’s Room for clues. When you finish, get a prize! | Central | Children
Create art with different materials, methods and media guaranteed to unleash your inner artist. | Central | Children
Join other LEGO Questers in building our Quest of the week, or build your own. | Indian Orchard | Children