Part Time Library Assistant Position Open

The Bellingham Library has a Part Time Library Assistant position open. This team member will plan and execute an after school library program for school aged children with the assistance of our Youth Services Librarians as well as work at the customer service desk.  HS Diploma required, Associates Degree preferred.  12-18 hours per week.  $12.50 […]

Summer Reading Kickoff: Magician Matias Letelier

Wednesday, June 28. 2017 7-8 pm Bellingham High School auditorium. For families. Stop in, no registration required. Doors to auditorium will open around 6:45pm. Have you ever witnessed an energetic magician perform with tons of kids surrounding him, unable to turn their heads away from him, totally engaged and entertained with every trick; saying aaaawwwww […]

Community Science Fair – This Summer!

The summer reading finale on the evening Thursday, August 17th at 6 pm, will include a Community Science Fair!  Kids, groups of kids, families or pairs of families are invited to participate.  Select a topic from the suggested list, or take the quiz at sciencebuddies.org to find a topic! Click here  for the program brochure and details! […]

8th Annual Massachusetts Walking Tour Concert

Founded by songwriting duo Mark Mandeville and Rianne Richards, the 8th Annual Massachusetts Walking Tour will be coming this year to the Blackstone Valley, performing 10 free community concerts while traversing the state on foot.  The musicians actually walk with their instruments and camping gear from town to town, performing concerts after 8-13 miles of […]

Using Plastic Bags to Crochet

What goes around, comes around, and lasts forever? Plastic bags! Let’s get them out of the environment and make something useful and reusable with them by turning them into Plarn – plastic yarn! We’ll learn 3 different methods of transforming the bags into strips that you can knit or crochet with. An assortment of items […]

Children’s Room is Open, Many Thanks To:

Below is the text of a speech given by Bernadette Rivard, Library Director at the Grand Opening of the newly renovated Children’s Room at the Ceremony on May 6th. “Good morning and welcome to the Grand Opening of the newly carpeted and furnished children’s room at the Bellingham Library.  Before we open the gate and […]

Announcing: “Enlighten Bellingham”

Program Survey Information One of the grant requirements is that we survey program attendees in order to assess the value of these programs to library patrons and the community. Here are the links to the survey, please select the survey that corresponds to the age group of the attendees.   Paper surveys can be returned […]

Solar Electricity for Your Home

Join Mike Kelley of Mass Renewables, a Bellingham solar installation company, to learn all about solar energy. He will discuss solar technology, the growth of the industry and the important things a homeowner should consider before choosing to “go solar,” including installation criteria, purchasing vs. leasing, tax and other benefits. There will be time for […]

Saving Energy and Money through the Mass Save Residential Energy Efficiency Programs

Join Brenda Pike from National Grid for a presentation and Q&A session for residents on how Mass Save programs can help you save money and energy, while making your home more comfortable. Mass Save has something for everyone, and Brenda will review the offerings for single-family homes, multifamily homes, income eligible residents, and new construction. […]

Children’s Room Grand Reopening Date, Saturday, May 6th.

Children’s Room Renovation Update The reopening date for the Children’s Room is Saturday, May 6th!  It is going to be a fun morning will many activities.  There will be a short ceremony in the community room at 9:45 am followed by the grand opening of the room at 10 am.  Between 10:00 am-11:30 am, besides the awesomeness […]