What's New

Teens in grades 8-12 are invited to join us for a two-hour painting workshop with Greg Maichack.  

Using references and Maichack’s pastel version of Claude Monet’s Impressionist painting, “Sailboat at Le Petit-Gennevilliers,” you’ll create your own 12″ x 18″ pastel painting to take home. Come and experiment with professional-grade pastels, pastel pencils and paper. You can make it in your own style, realistic or Impressionistic. No experience is necessary. 

Come and have fun learning to paint a classic while you listen to captivating and funny anecdotes on Monet’s life and works.

For teens in grades 8-12.
Registration is required.  
Please call the Library at 508-946-2470 or email the Teen Librarian Christine Dargelis at cdargeli@sailsinc.org to sign up!


Middleborough Cultural Council LogoThis program is supported in part by a grant from the Middleborough Cultural Council, a local agency, which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.  Generous support was also provided by the Friends of the Middleborough Public Library.

You can now check out Wonderbooks- easy readers and short fiction books with audio built in.  Play in learning mode for an interactive experience.  

Circulation sets are boxes filled with thematic material of various types and multiple reading levels.  Try the dog bin which includes puppet, books and DVDs.  

Next Pop-Up Library visit:  Tuesday, March 10

Middleborough High School students are invited to check out the public library's Pop-Up Library appearing in the school cafeteria during lunch period on the first Tuesday of the month. Teen Librarian Chris Dargelis will be there to lend you materials--new and popular books, DVDs, and video games--and let you know about upcoming programs and services.  It's all free with a library card.  

Don't have a library card, yet?  Students 16+ can register and borrow items immediately at the Pop-Up Library, while students 15 and under should take home a registration form for their parent or guardian to sign.  Materials can be returned either to the MHS or public library for your convenience.  

Stop by the table to see what we have, chat about books, and find out more about all that you can do with your library card.  See you there!  

Help your child get ready for school by reading 1000 Books Before Kindergarten.  Click here to sign up and log in.