Calling all teen writers!

Calling all teen writers (7th – 12th grade)! We are seeking poems or short essays for a writing contest, to be held during Teen Read Week, October 12-18.  The theme is: “Turning Dreams Into Reality.”  Submission must be an original piece of work, and should be emailed or handed in at the library (children’s room) during the week of Oct.12.  There will be a first and second place winner, and prizes will be gift cards for books or media.  Announcement of the winners will be at the end of October.

Submissions can be emailed to  Please clearly label your piece with your name, grade and contact information.

Children’s Story Times & Info



Group Of Elementary Age Schoolchildren Running Outside


Come to Story Time!

Tuesdays, 10:30 a.m. - Pre-school Story Time

Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m. - Pre-school Story Time and Craft

Thursdays, 10:30 a.m. - Toddler Story Time


Check out our helpful links to the right!

adult and child reading

“I have always imagined that paradise will be a kind of library.”
— Jorge Luis Borges

Teen Resource: College Database

For the last five years, the University of Texas college directory webpage has been an excellent resource for a complete listing of accredited colleges and universities. Even Massachusetts high school students and their families use the webpage to find and research institutions in which they may be interested.

The college database is an updated, non-commercial directory of all large universities, small colleges, community colleges and trade schools nationwide. In addition to using the most complete and current data available, they’ve also incorporated Google maps and highlighted key data points for each college, including tuition rate, enrollment, and institution type – vital decision-making factors for potential students.

The College Database (Homepage):

The College Database (Massachusetts):

college homepage