• Peggy Tuttle Award for Library Service Distinction 2019


       Nominations are now open for the fifth annual Peggy Tuttle Award for Library Service Distinction. This yearly honor recognizes a library volunteer, staff member, or community member that has dedicated a significant amount of their time into making the library better for the entire Southborough community. Whether they lead a monthly book group or program, serve on the board of The Friends of the Southborough Library, or even suggest what library book to read next, this is a time to celebrate an individual who makes the Southborough Library the unique, dynamic, and wonderful place that it is. Award nominations close March 1, 2019.

       Please feel free to print out the nomination form, use the new online form, or e-mail Ryan Donovan at rdonovan@southboroughma.com with 1-2 paragraphs explaining who you are nominating and why. Only the Library Director and previous award recipients are ineligable. This award is in rememberance of staff member Peggy Tuttle who worked at the Southborough Library for over 30+ years. The Peggy Tuttle Award is supported by the Southborough Library Fund, a donor managed fund under the Community Foundation of North Central Massachusetts
  • Tuesday Poetry Workshops at 6:30 PM


    Tuesday Poetry Workshop Flyer   Led by Southborough residents Elliott and Nancy Simons, this regular poetry workshop meets every other week on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month. Sessions start at 6:30 PM until about 8:30 PM. The group is loosely associated with the Worcester County Poetry Association. The group will meet upstairs in the library's Main Floor programming space at a designated back table.
       
       At each session, each participant is asked to bring five copies of their original poetry and distribute them to the group. The poem will be read aloud, and the group will provide constructive feedback. Don't have a poem? No problem. Come stop by and see if this group is for you.
  • Cookbook Club on Thursday 1/24 at 7:00 PM


    Cookbook Club Flyer
       On the second Thursday of every month, join us at the Southborough Library for the tasty Cookbook Club! The group meets on the main level of the library at 7:00 PM.
       
       Interested participants prepare a different dish from the selected cookbook of the month. To avoid overlap, e-mail library associate and cook Marianna Sorensen at: msorensen@southboroughma.com with your recipe selection.

      The club's next meeting is on Thursday, January 24 at 7:00 PM. The cookbook selection is Momofuku by David Chang and Peter Meehan.
  • Let's Play! Chess - Every Other Saturday at 2:00 PM


    Let's Play! Saturday Chess Flyer   The Southborough Library is excited to continue the successful Saturday Chess program this spring. This program is geared toward players ages 12+ who are interested in learning and practicing beginner chess skills. The group will be led by the library's Assistant Director & Young Adult Librarian Aileen Sanchez.

       
    The group meets every other Saturday at 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM on the Main Floor upstairs. Looking for the dates? Check out the library events calendar. Next Saturday chess date: January 26, 2019. Attendees can test their skills! Ages 12 & Up are welcome! The library would like to say a special thank you to the Roumiantsev Family of Southborough for their donation of materials for these programs.
  • Clipboard Makeover, Wednesday 1/30/19 at 3:00 PM


    Old Book Page Crafternoon Flyer   Get creative, get organized and have fun repurposing clipboards! On Wednesday, January 30, the library will host Clipboard Makeover from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Popular library programmer Mandy Roberge from Wicked Good Henna will be leading everyone in their redesigns.

       Registration for this event is required. The program is limited to 15 participants. You can use our quicklink to register: http://bit.ly/sblibcraft1. This event will be held upstairs in the Main Floor space. This event is for participants ages 12 years and up. 

       This program is made possible by a grant from Southborough Community Fund, a fund of the Foundation for MetroWest.