• Stay Connected to the Library!


    Stay in touch with your library!

          One way to stay informed with what's happening at the library is to subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter! You can learn about featured library events and even see what the staff is reading.
     
  • New Learning App: SkillShare


    Skillshare   The Skillshare App lets users study a huge range of topics including cooking, artistic techniques, writing, personal development, and business. Students can also get online feedback from the instructor. Some lessons are less than an hour, while others are a collection of sessions.

       Users can personalize their account to mark favorite classes, set goals, and share progress with others to find new inspiration with millions of other students! 
    Southborough Library users can request access to Skillshare for 30 days using this link. Please provide your name, email address, and library card number when you submit an application for an account.
  • The Friends Fudge Fundraiser


    Friends Fudge Fundraiser   Help us kick-off the fall with a Friends of Southborough Library Fudge Fundraiser in support of the library starting September 13th by purchasing homemade specialty fudge from The Fudge Lady. Check out the dedicated MySouthborough post for more details.

       How can you resist selecting from 12 decadent flavors for such a great cause? Please complete your order form no later than September 30th.

       Either return the completed form with cash or check made payable to The Friends of the Southborough Library to the library's circulation desks. *Please note all flavors are made in a kitchen using peanuts and tree nuts.
  • Virtual 'Spooky Ukulele' with Julie Stepanek


    Spooky Ukulele   October is a spooktacular time to practice your own favorite spooky songs just in time for Halloween! This program series takes place every Wednesday in October at 4:00 PM over Zoom. Pre-Registration is Required. Register here.

       Join Julie Stepanek as she shows the fundamentals of ukulele playing virtually. You'll learn how to tune, strum and read chords. After a short lesson, you'll be able to play a few Halloween-themed songs. No experience necessary. Bring your own ukulele or borrow one from the library – email rdonovan@cwmars.org to reserve your circulating ukulele. Ukuleles provided by the Southborough Education Foundation. This program is supported by The Friends of the Southborough Library.
  • Fall Poetry Seminars w/ Heather J. Macpherson


    Fall Poetry Seminars   Join Heather and the library for another round of poetry analysis and discussions. Dates for the Fall Poetry Seminars are 10/23/21 and 11/20/21 from 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM. Unlike past sessions, we recommend attendees register for both Saturday sessions. Register here.

       Subject: To Beg, Borrow or Steal: Writing New Poems from Existing Work w/ Heather J. Macpherson. How might you look back on your own poems or those written by poets you admire to draft and develop new work? In this 2-part virtual workshop, we’ll closely read our own poems and that of a few Boston Moderns and create new pieces together. Both sessions are extensions of the same topic. New and experienced poets are welcome.
     
  • The Savvy Consumer: Community Conversations


    Saavy Consumer Conversations about Financial Literacy   Grab your lunch and enhance your financial literacy knowledge. Two separate conversations will take place on: Monday, September 27th from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM and Monday, October 4th from 12:00 PM  to 1:00 PM. Drop-in attendees are welcome.

    Facilitated by Amy Townsley, join us for a fun opportunity to:
    • Speak with a Community Bank Officer about ways to flex your financial decisions
    • Connect with helpful resources
    • Review Consumer Reports online 
    • Talk with peers (Adults & Teens)

       Space is limited. You can pre-register by emailing: rdonovan@cwmars.org.