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The branch has been reimagined to prioritize inclusivity and access. Patrons were welcomed back into...
The free, 24-hour internet and pop-up workstations help to bridge the digital divide, beat the...
The branch has undergone a $17.2 million renovation that began in November 2017.
As of June 22, the program will allow patrons to “order” items from the library by placing a hold on...
The event celebrated the start of construction for the renovated Adams Street branch, an $18.3...
The Fund for the Boston Public Library will generate resources to improve Library's technology...
The one-year pilot program is now underway.
The library has published its annual Latinx Life booklist, a list of recent books concerning the...
The fall talks explore the rich history of Boston and New England.
The hip-hop event will take place in the Central Library’s Courtyard.
The author talk series runs through December in locations across the library system.
Boston Public Library and its young readers celebrated summer at Fenway Park with the conclusion of...
Boston readers read 1.6 million minutes so far this summer, surpassing the citywide goal.
The Boston Public Library and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture launched the public art...
Vivian K. Spiro stepped down on June 30, 2018, after serving for twenty years as head of the...
You can find all programs and events on the Boston Public Library's website.
A new initiative is encouraging Bostonians of all ages to read a collective one million minutes from...
The new user-focused website brings collections and services to the forefront.
Lunchtime and evening concerts will fill the Boston Public Library's Central Library courtyard this...
Events include an author panel celebrating Pride Month, talks including topics such as local history...
Hires will help advance the Library's mission by ensuring the success of its philanthropic efforts...
Journalist Ben Bradlee has also been re-appointed as a Trustee.
Programs take place throughout the system during the month.
“What You Don’t Know about Me” runs through September 30 in Gallery J on the first floor of the...
All programs and events can be viewed via the library's online calendar.
In March, the Lowell Lecture Series continues and Junot Díaz shares his first children’s book.
Dynamic children’s programming takes place across the City.
The event marked the return of library services to the neighborhood for the first time in more than...
Copies of the booklist will be available at all library locations this week and is available in pdf...
Events take place throughout the library system.