• 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.
  • Library Closing Notification


    As a precaution to help limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the Southborough Library building is temporarily closed to the public until further notice.

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  • Library Curbside Pickup Service


    Cubside Pickup Service    As of Monday, June 8th, the Southborough Library is now open for Curbside Pickup Service. Please call us at 508-485-5031 or reserve your item through your C/W MARS account to place your order for library material.

       Network-wide Interlibrary Loan sharing between libraries has resumed, but note that there are still delays.

       Click this PDF for step-by-step guide for library curbside. You can also 
    click here to view a helpful video to search Southborough-specific items. Staff are working Monday through Saturday starting at 10:00 AM. Staff are unavailable for requests on most evenings after 4:00 PM.
  • New E-Resources! HelpNow & JobNow by Brainfuse


    HelpNow and JobNow by Brainfuse   In cooperation with the Central Massachusetts Library Advocates, the Southborough Library is excited to announce the local access of two new electronic platforms from Brainfuse. These new e-resources are for on-demand, anytime, anywhere online tutoring and employment resources - available to patrons with a library card.

       HelpNow offers personalized homework help in core subjects: math, reading, writing, science and social studies, including SAT preparation. 

       JobNow supports every step of the job search process. 
    Patrons can brush up on interview techniques or get live online interview practice from coaches.
  • Library Diversity Inclusion Information


    The Southborough Library strongly supports the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners statement on diversity, inclusion, and racial justice. 

    The Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners stands with all who condemn racism and work for racial justice. We believe that Black lives matter. Libraries are civic anchors, committed to access for all and strengthening bonds within and across communities. We stand firmly with all who battle the inequality, brutality, and failures of justice that have been laid upon Black Americans for centuries. We stand unequivocally for equity, justice, and opportunity. That said, libraries cannot stand solely on ideals. Libraries must find ways to encourage more diversity in our profession and recognize privilege in our everyday lives. We must listen to the communities that we serve and create opportunities for learning and action. The United States of America can be the land of opportunity only when there is opportunity and justice for every member of society. We must speak out when there is injustice, but our words will mean little if they are not followed by action. The Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners pledges to make racial and social justice integral and ongoing in our services and programs.  more