Sure. And from Leominster, or Springfield or Boston or Hyannis. Most Massachusetts Libraries loan materials across the state through the Commonwealth Catalog. So if you can't find the second book in the trilogy or that book you heard about on the radio in the SAILS Library Catalog try it. Log in at http://www.sailsinc.org/comcatlogin/
Get more! Plainville might be a small town but you can get more eBooks, More downloadable video and music, more online magazines, and all of the great research databases available from the Boston Public Library. All residents of Massachusetts can sign up for a BPL eCard. You don't even have to go into Boston. It's all online and available to MA residents for FREE. Register Now for access to Hoopla, Zinio, Boston's Overdrive collection and databases.
This all started with a story of a family that was cleaning out their father's house. He had a lot of pictures and they took the ones they wanted, and didn't know what to do with the rest. We hear they burned them along with all the man's old paperwork. Memories lost forever! The Plainville Public Library and the Plainville Historical Commission are working together with the SAILS Library Network to scan and document personal photographs of Plainville people and places. Bring up to 10 photos to the Plainville Public Library on October 24 between 4 and 7pm. We scan them while you tell us as much as you can about the pictures and give us permission to post them in the SAILS Digital History Collection for all to see.
Look what I got for Christmas! Special drop in session, Monday December 28, 5-7pm. Bring in your new device that you received for the holidays and we can show you how it works!
Melissa loves reading mysteries and historical fiction. She watches way too much hockey. And would like to have more time for crafting cool stuff.