Drop-In Club has begun! Drop-In Club is an after school homework club for grades 4-6. Join us in the Meeting Room every Monday after school for a snack and drink, then get started on homework with your friends!
Do you know your trivia? We'll be having a tween and teen trivia night on Thursday, October 23rd at 6:00pm. Wear your Halloween costume to compete in our costume contest, then try to beat your friends at some trivia! Prizes will be awarded. You could win a gift card to Starbucks or Newbury Comics!
The Fall Book Sale will take place on Friday, October 24th and Saturday, October 25th, during open library hours. Come stock up on books for the chilly weather! Donations may be brought to the main desk throughout the sale. Thank you!
membership form and bring it to the main desk of the library along with the membership dues. Membership dues are $25 for a family or $10 for a senior household.
We are pleased to announce that local artist Meg Black is now offering prints of her painting "River Road, Topsfield" with 25% of proceeds going to the Friends of the Topsfield Library. You may have admired this piece hanging on the wall behind the circulation desk. Stop by the library to see a display of matted prints and fill out an order form!
Mark your calendars—we'll be having a book sale during open library hours on Friday, October 24th and Saturday, October 25th. Donations of used books, DVDs, music CDs, and audiobooks are now being accepted and may be brought to the front desk of the library. (Unfortunately, we cannot accept encyclopedias, textbooks, VHS tapes, or cassettes.) Thank you for your support!
Are you a trivia person? Do you know your pop culture? Or do you just like winning things? If you're 12 or older, join us for a trivia night! There will be prizes for the first-place winner and runner-up. Wear your Halloween costume and you might even win a prize in our costume contest!
Come stock up on books for the cold months ahead! The fall book sale will take place during open library hours on Friday (12pm-5pm) and Saturday (10am-5pm). Donations of books, audiobooks, DVDs, and music CDs will be accepted. Please, no encyclopedias, textbooks, VHS tapes, or cassettes. Thank you for supporting the library!
Today's theme will be Halloween! Come hear a few stories and do a fun craft! Storytime will take place every Tuesday until November 18th. For more information, see our storytime page.
Presented by mystery author Neal Sanders, "Gardening Is Murder" is a "husband’s point of view" of gardening. It is filled with humor and insight from someone who gardens less from an abiding love of horticulture than for the love of a spouse. Good horticultural advice is dispensed, bad advice is debunked. Patrons will leave with a better appreciation of what is going on in the mind of their helpmates.