To honor National Hispanic Heritage Month, the BPL is releasing Vida Latina, a booklist focusing on the cultures of the Hispanic community.
BOSTON, MA – September 12, 2023 – The Boston Public Library today announced its Fall Genealogy Series, offering a range of workshops and lectures to help patrons uncover their family history. The events will be held virtually via Zoom. Patrons can learn more and register at the links below and at bpl.org/events. The event series includes: September…
The Boston Public Library Fund (BPLF) received a grant from Bernstein Private Wealth Management to extend the Boston Public Library’s (BPL) Entrepreneur-in-Residence program to a second year.
The Leventhal Map & Education Center at the Boston Public Library will launch its latest free exhibition this fall with the opening of Getting Around Town: Four Centuries of Mapping Boston in Transit on September 9, 2023.
The Boston Public Library (BPL) today announced that video interpretation services are now available at all BPL locations through Certified Language International (CLI). This on-demand video remote interpretation service instantly connects visitors to ASL or spoken language interpreters, allowing patrons and library staff to have seamless interactions in over 200 languages.
The Boston Public Library today announced a new event series titled “Navigating Diabetes Through Food and Community.” It is a two-week program with sessions held online or in-person at the Roxbury Branch of the Boston Public Library or the Grove Hall Stop & Shop.
The Boston Public Library (BPL) is proud to announce that it has received a $1,000,000 bequest from the late Howard Cooper to dramatically expand its LGBTQ+ resources, collections, and programming.
The Boston Public Library today announced the 2023 Concerts in the Courtyard series, offered in partnership with Berklee College of Music and sponsored by the Bank of America Charitable Foundation.
To celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month, the Boston Public Library (BPL) is releasing the We Are Pride booklist, hosting a variety of programs across BPL locations, and highlighting items from the Special Collections department during the month of June.