Mayor Kim Janey, in collaboration with the Boston Public Library (BPL), the Environment Department and the Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics, will install outdoor pop-up connected work/learn spaces at six locations and continue offering free, 24-hour Wi-Fi at 14 of its branches.
Last updated Friday, June 11 All branch libraries not currently under reconstruction will open for in-person services on June 14. The Central Library in Copley Square will expand in-person services on June 14. All reopening plans follow the latest city and state public health guidance. Central Library in Copley Square Central Library Hours Starting June…
While the BPL may be closed for browsing, you can still pick up books, CDs, DVDs, and kits at your local branch. We’re excited to share some new kits available around the BPL.
The Boston Public Library’s work is supported by a diverse and broad range of supporters. In addition to City and State taxpayer funding, support comes to us from individuals and partner organizations as well. We are grateful to all who support us – whether through the BPL Fund, our principal fundraising partner, or through the…
Mayor Kim Janey today announced that, once approved by its Board of Trustees, the Boston Public Library (BPL) will permanently eliminate late fines for patrons of all ages.
BPL celebrates National Library Week by announcing new Connectivity Kits, expanded outdoor Wi-Fi, and ongoing online resources and courses
The Boston Public Library (BPL) today announced it has received $2.1 million in private funding to revitalize the library’s Founding Research Collection.
The Boston Public Library today celebrates the 150th anniversary of the East Boston Branch, the first branch library in the United States.
We are excited to share a new video highlighting some of the key design features of our 1895 McKim Building at the Central Library in Copley Square.