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.
This November, Boston Public Library will honor Native American Heritage Month with its first annual “Native Lives, Native Stories” booklist and special events.
Mayor Kim Janey and the Boston Public Library (BPL) today announced a Community Celebration event will be held on Saturday, October 23rd for the recently renovated Roxbury Branch.
The Boston Public Library today announced that the Homework Assistance Program (HAP) has launched for the 2021-2022 school year.
On Wednesday morning, 8/25, the Boston Public Library experienced a systemwide technical outage due to a cybersecurity attack, pausing public computer and public printing services, as well as some online resources.
The Boston Public Library will host free ice cream trucks outside its branch locations during the last two weeks of August as part of Mayor Janey’s Joy Agenda, an initiative to spread joy throughout the City of Boston.
Mayor Kim Janey and the Boston Public Library (BPL) today celebrated the completed reconstruction of the Adams Street Branch.
To celebrate the opening of the Adams Street Branch, Mayor Janey, the Boston Public Library, and the City of Boston’s Public Facilities Department invite the community to attend a ribbon cutting on July 31st at 11:00am at the Adams Street Branch.
Mayor Kim Janey and the Boston Public Library (BPL) today announced that major repairs to the Hyde Park Branch are now complete.