November Holiday Hours

Veterans Day Weekend Hours Closed on Friday, November 10th for the Federal Veterans Day Holiday. Open holiday hours on Saturday,  November 11th from 12-4 pm Thanksgiving Week Hours Closing at 1 pm on Wednesday, November 22nd Closed Thursday, November 23rd Open regular hours, 10 am to 5 pm on Friday and Saturday, November 24th and 25th. […]

Friends of the Library Book Sale

Book donations accepted Effective immediately the library will again accept book donations for our October book sale.  We ask that donors review our policy that outlines the types of donations we accept. Sign up to volunteer for the book sale We can use help for the set up and break down of the sale, as […]

Friends of the Library Open House

Join the Friends of the Library for an Open House to celebrate National Friends of Libraries Week. Learn about how the Friends of the Library help the library by fundraising to provide funding for programs and services that are outside of the library budget, including museum and attraction passes, summer reading programs and more. Light […]

Friends of the Library Fundraising for our Indy Commemorative Statue is Complete! Thank you!

The Friends of the Library have raised all the funds needed for this project!  Thanks to all who donated.! For more info go to the Friends of the Library website.

Information for Parents of BMS and BHS Students who Visit the Library After School

The new Teen Room at the library opened in May of 2016 and in the after school hours since, we’ve had 30-50 sixth through twelfth graders visiting the space daily. We have a variety of programs for middle and high school students and we suggest you check our online event calendar for details of those events. Parking […]

Solar Glasses Gone!

Our supply of Solar Glasses are gone!  

Community Science Fair – Sign up Today!

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! […]

Sign Up for Summer Reading!

THE PROBLEM: 598 million people in Africa have no access to electricity. They have no clean source of light, so they use kerosene lamps, which are unhealthy, expensive, and unsafe. Kerosene lamps are a poor source of light as well, and kids are unable to see well enough to do their homework after it gets dark […]

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 […]

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 […]