Mission Possible

While the City of Woburn has committed to the expansion and renovation of our library, Mayor Galvin has charged the Library Trustees and its supporting organizations with the mission of raising $3 million to provide furniture, fixtures, and equipment that allows us to stay in the forefront of technology.

With your support, our library will feature accessible and flexible shelving, tables, study carrels and checkout areas. for all ages and abilities. Our new space will provide patrons with teleconferencing tools, a projector, screen and sound-system to accommodate the hearing impaired. In addition, our library will offer access to laptops, tablets, 3D printers and interactive smart boards.

With your support, our library will evolve as a a key institution in the city’s cultural life.

You can make our mission possible.


Your Donation Will:


Add meeting space for educational, creative and community activities


Create dedicated areas for different collections (e.g. children’s, young adult, archives, etc.), collaboration and quiet study


Provide enough computers and technology for a population of 38,000 children, teens, and adults


Facilitate greater public access to a climate controlled archives and museum rich with local writings dated back to the 17th century while preserving local artifacts


Restore the architectural integrity, beauty and grandeur of the National Historic Landmark designed by Henry Hobson Richardson, while offering space and infrastructure to support contemporary and future library services


Remove physical barriers and make the building accessible to everyone


Return ease of movement, browsing and exploration to previously inaccessible collections