Woburn library

Story Time

From date: 
Thu, 01/04/2018 - 9:30am

Join in on Story Time at the Woburn Senior Center, 144 School St. for stories, songs, and rhymes. Ages 5 and under. This is a drop in program, no registraton required.

Seniors are welcome to drop in and take part. Interested in being a guest reader?  Contact Dorrie by phone, email, or stop by a story time to set a date!

If Woburn Public Schools close due to weather, the Senior Center also closes; story time will be cancelled.

Miss Dorrie:   781 937-0405   dkarlin@minlib.net

Woburn Public Library

Don't miss the Library Renovation Road Show, this Wednesday, January 11 at the Woburn Senior Center. The library admin team will be there to showcase the library's reconstruction project - with virtual tours! Stop by between 11am and 1pm to get a sneak peak at the new Woburn Public Library.

Haunted Halloween Happening

From date: 
Sat, 10/22/2011 - 7:00pm

Join us as we celebrate Woburn's favorite holiday in the spookiest building around! October 22, from 7 - 11pm, adults will get a chance to dress up in their craziest costumes (optional), play Halloween games, eat, dance, learn their fortune, and even SCREAM in the Library! There will be drawings, balloon prizes, and Silent Auction items. This event will take the place of the Annual Gala and proceeds will go toward the Building Fund. Please pass this information on to neighbors and friends who might be interested in participating.

Woburn Public LibraryThis Monday, October 6th at the Woburn Memorial High School at 6 PM, a guest speaker will be talking about Henry Hobson Richardson (1838-1886).  He was aprominent and well known architect who was best known in this area for his design of our own Woburn Public Library as well as the Trinity Church in Boston.  Richardson was the most influential figure in late 19th-century American architecture.  Having received a superior education at Harvard and the first American to be trained at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, Richardson returned to the United States to open a practice in New York, eventually settling in Brookline, Massachusetts.