• Stay Connected to the Library!


    Stay in touch with your library!

          One way to stay informed with what's happening at the library is to subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter! You can learn about featured library events and even see what the staff is reading!
     
  • Tutoring by St. Mark's School, Mondays at 3:30 PM


    Saint Mark's Tutoring Program on Monday Afternoons   Students from St. Mark’s School are now offering free tutoring sessions at the Southborough Library. These sessions are for first through eighth grades. They are designed to aid students looking for help with school work in any subjects including all levels of math, foreign languages (Spanish and French), science, writing, and reading practice (for younger students). Tutoring sessions take place every Monday that the library is open from 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM in the Ella Eaton Meeting Room. A full listing is available on the library’s event calendar

       Tutoring is unavailable on the following Mondays: November 20, November 27, December 18, December 25, January 1, January 15, February 19, March 12, March 19, March 26, and April 16. For more information on the program, please call the Southborough Library at 508-485-5031 or contact the St. Mark's School student ambassador Selina Wu at qianqianwu@stmarksschool.org
     
  • Gorgeous Gardens with Joanne Pearson


       Gorgeous Gardens - Escape the winter! Sit back and enjoy an evening with local resident Joanne Pearson on a visual tour of some of the most gorgeous gardens in New England. Joanne, a professional photographer for over 25 years and a former landscape architect will discuss elements of garden design and photography. This informative talk will be illustrated by a colorful slideshow of some of her favorite public and private gardens in our area many of which have graced the pages of Mahoney Publishing’s Flowers and Gardens of New England calendars over the past fifteen years.

       Light refreshments and a handout with a list of well known and not so well known public gardens that you can visit will be provided. For more information on the presenter, visit http://www.joannepearson.com