Latest News and Announcements
YOU WROTE A BOOK, NOW WHAT?
Saturday, Jan 20 from 11-1 pm
Publisher Jan Kardys takes us from developing an idea to actually getting published.
After a program, time and space will be offered to local authors to sell their books to the public from 1-3 pm. Learn more.
SAVE THE DATE! 3RD ANNUAL LEGO FEST IS SAT, MARCH 3
Tickets are $ 15 and go on sale on Feb 12
STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS
Wed, Jan 31 at 7 pm
Does your middle-school child have trouble initiating tasks? Lose homework? Struggle to set goals and stay on track? Click here
to learn more about this program.
TRY FREE NETFLIX ON OUR ROKU STREAMING STICKS
Our Rokus have Netflix, current movies and free channels like Youtube, PBS, Pandora and Red Bull. Try one at home for 3 weeks for free with a valid library card. You must be 18 or older. Wireless Internet service and a TV with an HDMI slot required.
SIGN UP TO RECEIVE TEXT REMINDERS FROM THE LIBRARY
Shoutbomb, our new text message notice service is now available
Sign up for the service by texting the word "signup" to the phone number 508-507-2560 and follow the directions. Learn more.
CONSUMER REPORTS ONLINE
Use it from home or the library free
Click the logo. You must have a valid Holliston library card and be a Holliston resident. Your patron ID is your library card number. Call 508-429-0617 for more info or to get a Holliston library card.
COMMONWEALTH EVENTS CALENDAR
from the Mass Center for the Book
A listing of events and programming happening in libraries across Massachusetts (including your library.) Most events are free and open to all.
VISIT STORYBOOK WALK ON THE HOLLISTON RAIL TRAIL
at Cross Street
Follow the signposts and read a children's story step by step. A project of The Friends and Eagle Scout Jamie Ogilvie.
2nd Tuesday of each month from 6-8 pm
Beginner to expert knitters welcome. Bring your latest project. Ask for help, solve problems, help others, share patterns and ideas. Free and open to all.
Do you have a book you would like to publish?
Commonwealth E-book Collections allows Mass residents to publish their books for free through Biblioboard and read books by other Mass writers. Click the logo for more info.
HOW TO GET A FREE BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY E-CARD
Get free access to more electronic services
Mass residents 13 and older can get a free electronic card for the Boston Public Library and get free access to more e-books, downloadable audio, Hoopla and more. BPL's electronic resources
. Click here to get e-card.
Want to download ebooks or request print books right now but don't have a library card?
Sign up for temporary card online now
to find out more. Visit the library with identification to convert your eCard to a permanent card within 6 months.
HELP THE LIBRARY AT NO COST TO YOU
The Friends have several affinity programs that raise funds for the library
Do you have a TD Bank account? Shop Amazon.com? Purchase insurance? Click here
to find out how you can participate AT NO COST TO YOU.