The Leominster Public
Library is proud to provide a wide-variety of materials and
services, free of charge, to help meet the informational,
educational and recreational needs of residents of all ages.
The library offers a variety of education and informational
programs for adults including a book discussion group,
income tax preparation, assistance. Find out more about our
programs in our Calendar or in What’s New.
books for children, young adults, and adults
special local historical and genealogical materials
e-books and databases
business resources and literacy materials.
books in Spanish, as well as bilingual
local and major newspapers
video and audio cassettes
and much more...
Circulation for fiscal year 2002 totaled 262,307.
Visit our e-Branch to discover the full array of resources
that are available to you both at the library as well as
from the convenience of your home.
Through our membership in the Central/Western Massachusetts
Automated Resource Sharing network and the Central
Massachusetts Regional Library System, we can obtain
materials and information for you quickly and easily from
other libraries if we do not have them available locally.
The library reaches out into the community in a variety of
ways. Deposit collections are delivered monthly to nursing
homes, assisted living homes, and senior housing complexes
across the city. Special arrangements can be made for
library service for homebound patrons. Library staff is
available by appointment to come to speak to your group,
organization, or class.
Our expert reference librarians will assist you in using the
library's resources to your fullest advantage. For more
information about our services, Ask A Librarian.