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

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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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Join Us for an Open House!

Did you know that your library can help you learn to use an e-reader, access digital magazines like Rolling Stone and Newsweek, and take continuing education courses? Join the library staff on Monday, September 29, from 6:30pm to closing, to learn about the resources the library offers to the community, including new digital resources such as Tumblebooks, Zinio Magazines, Freegal Music, EBSCO eBooks, and Universal Class.


Win a 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 4!
The Friends of the Topsfield Town Library are sponsoring a drawing for a Samsung Galaxy Tablet. Starting at our Open House on September 29, you can earn entries in the drawing when you get a new library card, join the Friends of the Library, or renew your Friends membership. Earn more entries each time you use a digital resource from the library and fill out a short survey. The drawing for the tablet will be on Saturday, October 25.

For more information, call the library at 978-887-1528 or email mto@mvlc.org.

We Were Busy Last Year!

Time to Harvest Your Seeds!

plant logoIf you borrowed seeds from the seed library this spring, you should now be enjoying your crops and getting ready to save some seeds for next season! Come into the library for info sheets on seed saving, or check out online resources from the Concord Seed Library or SeedSavers.org. Seeds may be donated to the library in paper envelopes, along with a completed seed donation form. Thank you!

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Upcoming Events:

Short Skirts, Oh My!
The History of the Women's Movement
Thursday, September 25th
7:00pm

Follow the evolution, from Abigail Adams advising husband John to "remember the ladies," through the decades-long struggle for women's suffrage, to the shocking emergence of the 1920's "fiery youth." Presented by Anne Barrett.

Library Open House
Monday, September 29th
6:30-7:30pm

Join us for an open house to learn about what the library has to offer, including e-books, downloadable music, magazines, continuing education courses, and more! Attendees will be entered into a drawing to win a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4!