Throughout the month of May, BPL is gathering a group of conservators, historians, curators, and authors to offer new interpretations of Sargent’s murals in a series of virtual lectures.
The Boston Public Library will offer couples the opportunity to be married at the BPL in a one-hour, $200 wedding ceremony.
The Boston Public Library today announced the second annual Teen Music Maker Showdown, a musical event series and statewide competition for teens.
The Boston Public Library today announced its Spring Genealogy Series, offering a range of workshops and lectures to help patrons uncover their family history.
The Boston Public Library honors Black History Month with its annual “Black Is…" Booklist and special events.
The Boston Public Library today announced the 2022 Lowell Lecture Series marquee speakers. This year’s lineup will explore the themes of equity, hope, resilience, and healing through a range of engaging speakers.
Mayor Michelle Wu and the Boston Public Library (BPL) today announced the completion of the renovation of the Roslindale branch of the BPL. The branch will open for in-person service on December 4th, and the community is invited to attend a ribbon cutting and celebration at 11am with Mayor Michelle Wu.
The Boston Public Library today announced the launch of the BPL Spice Bank Collective, in collaboration with the Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB).
The Boston Public Library is looking for an Artist-in-Residence for Teens! They will create, develop, and implement programs for youth in grades 6-12 in the Adams Street, Roslindale and Roxbury Branches. Applications will be accepted through December 3, 2021. The residency begins February 2022 and runs until June 2022.