AT THE PRINCETON PUBLIC LIBRARY THIS SUMMER
Be sure to make Princeton Public Library a destination this summer!
We have many exciting activities planned in accordance with this year’s theme:
Come in for our summer reading registration beginning the week of June 21st and continuing through the summer. The program runs for six weeks and will include weekly prizes for reaching reading goals and other activities for all ages.
THE LIBRARY WILL ALSO HAVE THESE SPECIAL PROGRAMS:
Tuesday, June 28, 6:00pm: Kick-off Event: Davis Bates: Songs and Stories Celebration
Wednesday, July 20, 11:00am: Jungle Jim’s Reading Olympics
Thursday, July 28, 1:00pm: Tom Riccardi’s Live Birds of Prey Program
Tuesday, August 9, 3:00pm: Ice Cream Party
NOW AVAILABLE TO OUR PATRONS
Are you interested in your family history?
Thanks to a generous donation from the Princeton Historical Society, the library now offers ancestry.com on our public computers or your wireless devices
(in-library use only).
For the best results, come prepared with a list of ancestors you wish to research along with birth dates and places they lived.
NEW PASS NOW AVAILABLE FOR OUR PATRONS
FITCHBURG ART MUSEUM, FITCHBURG, MA
The Princeton Arts Society has generously donated three passes to the Fitchburg Art Museum,
each offering free entry for two adults. Passes must be checked out with a library card and returned after use.
Click here to see what the museum has to offer.