Topsfield Town Library
One South Common Street, Topsfield MA 01983 (978)887-1528 mto[at]

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Library Hours
Sun: Closed
Mon: 10am to 8pm Tues: 10am to 5pm Wed: Noon to 5pm Thurs: 10am to 8pm Fri: Noon to 5pm Sat: 10am to 5pm

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The library will be closed Wednesday, December 24th and Thursday, December 25th for the Christmas holiday

Please pick up your gingerbread houses!


Gingerbread houses from the Friends of the Library's gingerbread house decorating program are on display in the Meeting Room and ready to be picked up. Houses that are not picked up will be thrown away, so don't forget to come by soon!

Storytime Signups Have Begun!

snowflakeSignups have begun for winter storytime, which begins January 6th and runs every Tuesday until February 10th. 1½-3 year-olds will meet at 10:30am and 3-5 year-olds will meet at 1:30pm. Please sign-up in the Children's Room, by calling 978-887-1528, or by e-mailing the Children's librarian, Jane Johnson. For more information, see our storytime page.

Book Bundles are Here!

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Book Bundles: Book bundles are now available in the Children's Room.  Book bundles are bags of items packaged together, typically including two fiction books, one non fiction book, and a CD and/or DVD, all centered around a particular theme or topic. Current themes include trains, family, grandparents, and robots, with more themes soon to come. Check one out from our display in the Children's Room!

Introducing our Little Free Library!

On November 12, 2014, the Topsfield Town Library unveiled the first Little Free Library in Topsfield! Build by Topsfield resident Joe McGaunn as an Eagle Scout project, the Little Free Library belongs to the entire community. Anyone can use it. The concept is simple: take a book and leave a book. Drop off a copy of your favorite book. Take a copy of a book you'd like to read. It's a wonderful way to pass on your love of reading to the entire community. For more information, visit

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