What’s happening at the Stoneham Library

 Stoneham Library Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 10AM-9PM. (Junior Room opens at 1PM on Mondays.) Wednesday and Friday 10AM-5PM. Saturday 10AM-2PM starting first Saturday after Labor Day.

Stoneham is happy to serve Reading Public Library patrons while Reading Library is closed until end of September.

summerThe Stoneham Junior Library had another  very successful,  memorable summer,with  close to 400  children registering for the summer with a twist, reading program. 

Over 1417 children attended a total of 29 different programs, while other children and families just came and enjoyed the Junior Library and it’s collection. 

Special THANK YOU  to the Library’s  local sponsors: StonehamBank,  Salem Five Bank, Dr. Eugene Mickey, McDonalds, Dr. Rolle Daya, Honey Dew Donuts, Burke & Company LLC,  NCECP, M.E.L.D. ,  the programs you funded were all a success. 

thanksvolunteersThanks, too, to our many teen volunteers who helped by assisting with craft programs, and other popular events, I don’t think we could have done it without you.    The Junior Library would like to also thank  the  Topsfield Fair,  The Stoneham Garden Club,  The Boston Bruins, Massachusetts Library Systems, Massachusetts Board of Library commissioners,  Massachusetts /Stoneham Cultural Council, The Stoneham Business Community Educational Foundation, Junior Friends of the Stoneham Library,  and the Stoneham Public Library’s  Board of Trustees for all your support and hard work behind the scenes. 

ABC Mouse is now available at the library!abcmouse

    ABCmouse.com helps kids learn to read through phonics, and teaches lessons in math, social studies, art, music, and much more. All kinds of fun learning activities are available for kids ages 2 to 7.  Come to the Junior library and join the fun!

Check out our new Newsletter

Try our new Homework Help Databases

 The Stoneham High School Yearbooks are now available online.

 

The Massachusetts Statewide databases provide Magazines, journals, newspapers, encyclopedia for all agesAccess to thousands of popular magazines, scholarly journals, newspapers(including New York Times 1985+ and Boston Globe 1980+), Encyclopaedia Britannica, biographies, health and prescription drug information, US andWorld History,  newswires, business directories, investment reports, K-12resources and electronic reference books. Please try the great Databases

  The Stoneham Substance Abuse Coalition is addressing a growing problem in our society. The library has put together a collection of resources on the subject to address this issue. Click here Substance Abuse Resources.

Overdrive help for downloading e-books

Help downloading books to Kindle Help downloading  books to iPad, iPhone, and iPhone Touch Help downloading books to android [read more]

Newsletter

Check out August's newsletter Stoneham Library News A list of archived [read more]

Kill A Watt Meter

Kill A Watt Meter Are you curious about your electrical usage?  Are you wondering how much energy your appliances are using?  Try borrowing the Kill A Watt Meter from the Library.  It will tell you exactly how much energy you use.  It's [read more]

Consumer Reports

Consumer ReportsLooking to make a big purchase?  Research before you buy at Consumer Reports [read more]

Freegal

Freegal Free music and movie downloads from Freegal.  Stream music and movies or choose music to own.  Go to Freegalmusic to begin enjoying your free music.  Patrons must have a library card to use this [read more]

Commons at Weiss Farm

Commons at Weiss Farm A copy of the  Comprehensive Permit Application on The Commons at Weiss Farm is now available to be studied at the Stoneham Public Library.  Please ask for this item at the Reference [read more]

Discover Wowbrary

Discover Wowbrary Wowbrary is the latest addition to the services offered by the Stoneham Public Library.  Subscribe to Wowbrary and you will receive a weekly newsletter announcing the newest items added to our collection.  Discover the newest books, dvds, cds and and place holds immediately. Click here to subscribe. [read more]

Book Discussion Group

Book Discussion Group Monday June 27th, 7PM The next book is Euphoria by Lily King. This discussion group is open to all. For more information contact Maureen Saltzman saltzman@noblenet.org 781-438-1324 x23. The book discussion group meets on the last Monday of the [read more]

 

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