|Indian Orchard Branch – 44 Oak Street – Springfield MA 01151|
44 Oak Street
Springfield MA 01151
Parking: On-street parking is available.
PVTA Bus Routes: B6
Manager: David Meeks
Supervisor: Peggy Dialessi
|The libraries will be closed on the following dates for holidays:|
|December 24, 2020 (Thursday)||Christmas Eve|
|December 25, 2020 (Friday)||Christmas Day|
|December 26, 2020 (Saturday)||Day After Christmas|
|December 31, 2020 (Thursday)||New Year's Eve: All libraries close at 5 pm|
|January 1, 2021 (Friday)||New Year’s Day|
|January 2, 2021 (Saturday)||Day After New Year's|
|January 18, 2021 (Monday)||Martin Luther King, Jr. Day|
|February 15, 2021 (Monday)||Presidents’ Day|
|April 4, 2021 (Sunday)||Easter: Central Library closed|
|April 19, 2021 (Monday)||Patriot’s Day (MA holiday)|
|May 31, 2021 (Monday)||Memorial Day|
|July 4, 2021 (Sunday)||Independence Day|
|July 5, 2021 (Monday)||Independence Day (Observed)|
|September 6, 2021 (Monday)||Labor Day|
|October 11, 2021 (Monday)||Columbus Day|
|November 11, 2021 (Thursday)||Veterans Day|
|November 24, 2021 (Wednesday)||Thanksgiving Eve: All libraries close at 5 pm|
|November 25, 2021 (Thursday)||Thanksgiving Day|
|December 24, 2021 (Friday)||Christmas Eve|
|December 25, 2021 (Saturday)||Christmas Day|
|December 31, 2021 (Friday)||New Year's Eve: All libraries close at 5 pm|
Fax Service: Fax service is available. There is a $1 per job charge for a traditional fax. We cannot receive faxes. There is no charge to scan your document to an email address, USB, tablet or smartphone. To scan to your smartphone you must have a QR code app.
To promote neighborhood culture and development, the library makes its community room available for educational, social service, and other organizations. Visit the Meeting Room page for information about booking the Community Room, to review our meeting room rules and policies, and submit a meeting room request.
For more information about the history of the Indian Orchard Branch, download our brochure.
Watch these fun short videos about each of our 9 locations!
Eligible Springfield Residents Who Need Help Scheduling COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment can Contact Springfield City Library and Department of Elder Affairs
Effective immediately, during open hours, Library and Elder Affairs staff will be available by phone to assist those eligible Springfield residents who do not have access to technology to book their vaccine appointments.
The Springfield City Library joins many organizations across the country in observing the 2021 National Day of Racial Healing on Tuesday, Jan. 19.
La recogida de materiales en la acera comienza en todas las bibliotecas de Springfield.
Statement from the Library Director and the Springfield Library Commission on Racial Justice
A workshop to help teens recognize signs of mental health distress in themselves and others. | Teens
Enjoy this wonderful storytime about gardening and growing for ages 0-5. | Children
Join us Tuesdays in May to read books, sing songs, and do lap bounces together over Zoom. | Babies and Toddlers
A series on basic gardening practices designed to help novice and experienced gardeners alike. | Adults
April is Poetry month! Here are some ways you can celebrate.
Take and make activities for children and families in April – pick up curbside while supplies last.
Meet other LGBTQIA+ or allied teens from Springfield and beyond. | Teens
Join us for the 7th annual My Beloved Springfield women’s leadership event. | Adults and Teens
Join other Springfield Teens for fun and games! | Teens
Get your Happily Ever After fix from the new Romance Book Club! | Adults
Art journal your feelings with monthly prompts and online sessions. | Teens
Drop in online for help with family history, for beginners and experts alike.