Visit the Library

Visit without Reservations or Restrictions

The books will see you now!

Following Governor Baker’s announcement that COVID restrictions will be lifted on May 29, we are delighted to open our doors without reservations or restrictions! Beginning Tuesday, June 1, we return to almost “normal.”


With the COVID restrictions lifted, you may:

  • visit the library without making a reservation,
  • remove your mask if you have been vaccinated,
  • enter and exit through the parking lot door,
  • pick-up your holds at the Circulation Desk,
  • return items and checkout items at the Circulation Desk
  • move freely about the library.


Follow CDC guidelines:

  • Children age 2 and older should wear masks in public settings and when around people who don’t live in their household.​
  • Children and adults who have not been vaccinated are advised to wear masks.
  • Masks are required in the Children’s Room for children age 2 and older as well as adults in the Children’s Room.


What services are available right now?

You will have access to all of the library’s books, movies, music and audiobooks. The restrooms will be open, and there will be 45-minute access to computers. Copy and FAX service will also be available.

What services are not available?

Curbside Pickup is no longer provided. Please pick-up your hold at the Circulation Desk.

The meeting room is not available. It continues to be used to store furniture and items not in current use. We hope to have the room cleared and back in use by the fall.

Not all tables and chairs are in place, especially in the Children’s Room.

We are not accepting book donations since we have no space to store them.