Teen CraftJoin us on Tuesday March 4 from 3 - 4 p.m. when we will be making magnets and magnetic boards.
To register for this free program for ages 11 - 18 stop by the Reference Desk, call 781.231.4168 ext. 17, or email email@example.com.
Coming Soon: Teen Pastel Painting ClassColor Your World with Pastels
Wednesday, March 19th 3-5pm, for ages 11-18
Learn the beautiful art of pastel painting in this two hour free program.
No prior experience required and all supplies will be provided.
Sharon Morley is an International and National award winning artist, and has been teaching art to adults and teens for eight years.
To sign up please come to the library, call 781-231-4168, or email Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org
The History of Howard Johnson'sPlease join us on Wednesday, March 12 at 7 pm when author Anthony Sammarco will be talking about his latest book "The History of Howard Johnson's".
Get the scoop on the 28 flavors of ice cream, clam strips and grilled frankforts that made HOJOs famous from Maine to Florida.
This free program is co-sponsored by the Saugus Historical Society and the Saugus Public Library.
Our Children's Room has Some Special, New and Re-invented Programs in MarchOne very special program is Nappy's Puppets, Father Goose's Tales. Join us on Friday 3/14,10:30 am for a retelling of nursery rhymes, stories and children's songs guaranteed to delight preschoolers and their families. For ages 2-5.
This month we'll also have LEGOs, cookies and parachutes!
Check the calendar to make sure you don't miss any of the fun activities planned for March!
Saugus Digital Documents are Accessible on the Internet ArchiveThe Internet Archive is an online collection of internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. The Archive preserves the originals while making them available at the click of a mouse.
There are some fascinating records to be found. To step back in history, try a search of the "Records of Ye Towne Meetings of Lyn 1771" for "British".
Most of the Middle School Yearbooks are now online at the Archive!
High School Yearbooks, Annual Reports, Lists of Persons and other Town Documents are also available.
The project was Federally funded through the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. Scanning was done by the Digital Services Department of the Boston Public Library. All documents will eventually reside on the Digital Commonwealth..
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Every purchase you make when you start your search with this link benefits the Saugus Public Library. To start searching, click on the amazon.com image. Thank you for supporting the library.
Resume AssistanceAre you looking for a job? If you would like some help in making your resume look more attractive to potential employees, draft a cover letter or just want someone to proofread your resume and cover letter, you can schedule an hour with a staff member at the Saugus Public Library on Monday or Tuesday evenings, 4-7 to help you.
Call the Reference Department at 781-231-4168 ext. 16 to schedule a time. Please bring your resume with you at the time of your appointment. We look forward to assisting you in your job search!
New Friends of the Saugus Public LibraryPlease join the New Friends of the Saugus Public Library and share your ideas for the library.
The next meeting will be Wednesday, March 5 at 6:00 p.m.
Book GroupThe next meeting of the book group will be on March 19 at 6:00 p.m. to discuss Look Me in the Eye by John Elder Robinson
Please join us!
Check us out on PinterestIf you're wondering what to read next, check out the Staff Recommendations Board on Pinterest.
Museum PassesThe library has passes to the Children's Museum, the Museum of Science and the Museum of Fine Arts. You can reserve passes at the library or by calling us at 781.231.4168
- Monday - Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
- Friday and Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.