Woburn Public Library Grand Re-Opening
Mayor Scott Galvin, the City Council and the Trustees of the Woburn Public Library proudly announce the grand re-opening of the newly renovated and expanded library on Pleasant Street in Woburn Center. The $31.5 million City-bonded project restores the 19th century National Historic Landmark, designed by celebrated architect Henry Hobson Richardson, while adding a new wing to meet the needs of Woburn’s 21st century community. On March 16, from 2-5:30 pm, the public is invited to spend the afternoon with us, explore the new spaces, rediscover majestic historic spaces, and experience the library’s new state-of-the-art technology, featured in almost every department. Read the Full Article
The Woburn Public Library Foundation is raising funds for the library reopening, and we need your support. Help us welcome everyone into this place of learning and community. Learn how you get involved through naming opportunities and other ways to donate.
How We Help
A strong and vibrant public library is a world of knowledge and resources, which empowers a community to build its future. Promoting literacy, a love of reading and lifelong learning, and encouraging success for all remains our mission as we provide a multitude of free resources and services for visitors each year.
Diverse Reading Materials
More than 190,000 books and other materials are borrowed from the library each year.
Variety of Programs
Nearly 8,000 people participated in programs for children, teens, and adults.
The library staff answers nearly 19,000 reference questions each year.
Offerings of innovative, educational, and cultural programs for all ages.
Over 275 people use our computers each week for reference and education.
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