News & Announcements
The Library is proud to announce partnership with the American Legion, to create a living tribute called The Legacy Lawn to honor Middlesex residents who have served in the military, or are in active duty currently. From November 11 to December 11, lawn signs with each veteran’s name, picture (if
On March 8, 1857, women working in New York City factories protested the horrible working conditions in the factories. In 1909, International Women’s Day was observed for the first time. Then, in 1981, the US Congress designated the second week of National March as Women’s History Week. In 1987, Congress
Read 23 books in 2023 and get a Middlesex Public Library tote!
Watch the Superbowl and WIN BOOKS! The Library is hosting a *free* Superbowl Box Pool – to enter, all you have to do is check something out between Feb. 1 and Feb. 10! Ever participate in a box pool? This is basically the same thing, except there’s no purchase to
16 tips for helping your child to read more this summer.
What is Manga We are often asked what is Manga? Why do some people like it? How do you read these books? Why is this such a big thing? Katrina, one of our circulation assistants, is a big fan of manga and has even lived and studied in Japan, so
How do you find more time to read? We have some simple tips that will have you flipping pages!
Juneteenth Juneteenth celebrates the freedom of enslaved people in the United States at the end of the Civil War. President Joe Biden signed the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act into law on June 17. 2021, making Juneteenth a federal holiday. Why is Juneteenth Significant? President Abraham Lincoln issued the
Middlesex Public Library is committed to serving our patrons whether our building is open or closed.
The American Library Association supports every American’s right to access information. The First Amendment of the Bill of Rights asserts that Congress can not create laws based on religion and that every American has the right to assemble and the right to free speech, including members of the press. James