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During the month of May, the Princeton Library is happy to be a drop-off location for "gently used shoes" to assist the Interfaith Hospitality Network in its efforts to help the homeless.  For more information, click here.



NEW PASS NOW AVAILABLE FOR OUR PATRONS
FITCHBURG ART MUSEUM, FITCHBURG, MA

The library has three passes offering free entry for two adults to the Fitchburg Art Museum. 
Passes must be checked out with a library card and returned after use.

Click here to see what the museum has to offer.


WRITING WORKSHOP WITH

AUTHOR TERRY FARISH

(for teen and adult writers)



Saturday, May 14, 1:00-4:00pm

at the Town Hall Annex


Registration is required for a limited number of participants.

Call the library, 978-464-2115.


Terry is the author of several acclaimed books for children and young adults such as the teen books, "The Good Braider" and "Either the Beginning or the End of the World" and her newest children's book, "Luis Paints the World."

























 










 





































 











 


 

 




 


 







































 




























 






























 

 




ANCESTRY.COM

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.