Welcome to the home of the Merrick Public Library! Here you will find many useful resources, information and hopefully some fun!

Regular Hours of Operation:

  1. Tuesday 1 pm - 8 pm
  2. Wednesday 11 am - 5 pm
  3. Thursday 1 pm - 8 pm
  4. Friday 11 am - 5 pm
  5. Saturday 10 am - 1 pm
  6. Sunday & Monday CLOSED

SEPTEMBER ANNOUNCEMENTS

DID YOU KNOW?!

All Massachusetts residents can register online HERE for a Boston Public Library eCard and have access to a wide array of digital collections and online resources.

DID YOU ALSO KNOW?!

The Overdrive app for your devices has created a new interface! Download Libby (for Overdrive) and enjoy a seamless experience by storing all your library cards—CW/Mars card and your Boston Public Library ecard—and switch back and forth to the collections. Your books or audiobooks will download directly to your Shelf (no more going through Amazon or other stumbles.) Your Shelf will have your borrowed material from both libraries! Come to the library for more details.

LE CERCLE FRANCAIS

Bonjour mes amies, Madame Plumb is suspending meetings until Spring of 2018. Please let the library staff know of a preferred day of week and time to meet. Until then, Au Revoir!

HALLOWEEN

Tuesday, October 31, Halloween, Trick or Treat at the library!

My Coke Rewards!

Coca cola products has updated the My Coke Rewards program and is no longer of use to the public library. We thank the committee for the many years of support!

Multicultural Event

Coming to the Brookfield Common, Saturday, September 23 at 1:00 p.m. The public is invited to meet General Ulysses S. Grant with horses, sidesaddle demo, a transition into their "A Visit with General & Mrs. Grant" presentation, and wrapping up with short "The Horse in the Civil War" and interactive saddles on ground for guests to try out. They will, also, open two suitcases of "Civil War Era" dress up Boy & Girl clothing. Seating (under a tent) will begin at 12:30 p.m. This free event is sponsored by the Friends of the Merrick Public Library, The Quaboag Historical Society and the Brookfield Cultural Council.




Images by Brenda Metterville during the 2007 event.

KILL A WATT

Made available from National Grid, the Kill A Watt kit has arrived at our library and includes a booklet and monitor and easy conservation tips as well as information about energy savings rebates and programs available through National Grid and Mass Save. The kit assists homeowners in understanding their energy use. Check out or reserve for your use from the library.

EBOOKS!

Over 10,000 titles, streaming videos and periodicals are available through the CW/Mars Digital Catalog for free! You may download to your device up to 7 books at a time, create wish lists, and place holds on titles you would like to download. You also have access to periodicals. The staff of the library is available for assistance with your device anytime. CLICK HERE and log in with your CW/Mars library card.

CW/Mars Cards

Now available!! CW/Mars cards and complete online ordering of books, audios, DVDs, e-books, etc. for our patrons with Evergreen! Your own free account is available online! Register and ask for more information at the library. Click here to log in: Bark.cwmars.org. All Brookfield materials will be checked out on your CW/Mars cards.

The Library is still a drop-off location for:
  1. Ecumenical Food Pantry — non-perishable canned goods and paper goods
  2. Brookfield Elementary School — Campbell labels for points, ink cartridges
  3. Rainbow Girls — Can tabs
  4. Lions Club — old eyeglasses and hearing aids

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