Election season is here for the city of Springfield, and Wednesday night residents had the chance to get to know the candidates a little better.
The Springfield City Library is partnering with the City’s Election Commission to offer residents an opportunity to meet candidates for local elections.
The free catalog offers Springfield high school yearbooks dating back as far as the 1900s. Since August 2022, the library has collected more than 400 yearbook donations.
Mayor Sarno supports Springfield Library Foundation Promise Realized Capital Campaign Event at East Forest Park Branch
Mayor Domenic J. Sarno continues to support the Springfield Library Foundation’s Promise Realized Capital Campaign for the East Forest Park Branch Library.
Mayor Domenic J. Sarno joined with Springfield City Library Director Molly Fogarty, Assistant Director for Public Services Jean M. Canosa Albano, and the dedicated staff of the Mason Square Library Branch to celebrate National Library Week on Wednesday, April 26th.
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.
This series, running from January to June, is to help support older adults that are looking for a new job or a new career direction. Anyone that is age 50 or older can do these free biweekly skill-building and networking group meetings on Zoom.
New or handmade items are preferred. Items of all sizes are needed; more adult-sized items are needed at most locations. The Springfield Library system has been collecting since Dec. 1 and will continue through Dec 31.