Thank You for Supporting the Library

Thank you to everyone who attended the Special Town Meeting on Monday to support the library.  All of us at the library greatly appreciate your supporting our efforts to move forward with the facilities study grant.  Your presence at the meeting  made the votes decisive, and it was powerful testimony that this is a community […]

Please Attend This Important Meeting

The Board of Library Trustees will discuss two important topics at their meeting on Wednesday, September 25. The first is the possible renovation or expansion of the library. At this meeting, I will present an overview of the building planning and construction grant process. More information about this can be found on the library blog. […]

The Dark by Lemony Snicket — A Review!

When I was young I wasn’t really afraid of the dark.  I was more afraid of the snakes my brothers kept in the basement.  Well, in this picture book story young Laszlo was afraid of the dark that lived in the basement.  Laszlo knew the dark lived in other places like corners and hidden places […]

See our newest books, DVD’s, and CDs with Wowbrary

The Seekonk Public Library is excited to offer its patrons free “Wowbrary” email alerts that showcase the library’s newest items each week. The alerts feature the latest bestsellers, movies, music CDs, audio books, children’s titles, cookbooks, mysteries, travel guides, health books, science fiction and more purchased by the library. The alerts help those interested in […]

New free music download service – Freegal

Seekonk Public Library is excited to offer our card holders access to over 3 million songs to download for free with Freegal Music Service. Through Freegal, registered card holders can download up to three MP3 songs per week at no direct cost via the website seekonkpl.freegalmusic.com or via the Freegal Music icon on the library’s website. The […]

Every Child Ready to Read!

A few weeks ago Sharon and Mary Ellen from the Youth Services Department attended an all-day workshop (Star Power: Sing Talk and Read, Play On and Write for Easier Reading) at Norton Public Library on early literacy and how to help your child get ready to read using simple, every-day activities. From the time they […]