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.
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.
WNEU setting up free legal kiosks to help economically disadvantaged in Springfield (Western Mass News)
Kiosks are about to go up all around Springfield – including five city libraries – to offer legal help to anyone who needs it.
Fresh Paint Springfield held a community paint party Saturday over at the Mason Square Library.
Donate yearbooks to preserve Springfield history and make them available online for all!
Mayor Sarno Joined with Springfield Library and Springfield Library Foundation for a Special Major Gift Announcement by the Estate of Mary K. Brogan
The Springfield Library Foundation Board of Directors has voted to establish the Mary K. and John J. Brogan Endowment Fund to provide a permanent source of funding for the Library’s Reference Department.
Patrons of all Springfield City Library branches will no longer be penalized if they don’t return books and other materials on time.
Watch a video of these official Springfield City Library announcements.
Free lunch for children under 18 will be offered from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. starting Monday, June 27th through August 25th at the following branches: East Forest Park, Forest Park, Indian Orchard, Mason Square, and Sixteen Acres.
The Library will circulate Google Chromebook laptops for those in the community that do not have computer access at home.