He will be at the library in Wednesdays, June 15 and 29, July 27, August 10 from 6:30-7:30 PM.
Students in grades K through 4th or anyone needing practice with their reading are invited to read to Wolfgang.
Call the library to select a 15 minute time slot.
Please note, the Library will be closing at 7PM on Monday, May 2 so staff members can attend Town Meeting.
Town Meeting is held at the Georgetown Middle/High School auditorium starting at 7PM. We hope to see you there!
This digital library project is designed to make historical collections relating to the town of Georgetown, Massachusetts, more easily accessible to the public via the Worldwide Web. We’ve added online digital collections from the Local History Room including the Georgetown Annual Reports, Georgetown Newspapers, and the Georgetown High School Yearbooks. It is a work in progress!
For Annual Reports and Georgetown Newspapers, click here.
For Georgetown High School Yearbooks, click here.
Not sure where these are always located on our website? If you go to the About menu, under Town Info you will find a link to Georgetown Records (this takes you to the Annual Reports and Georgetown Newspaper) and a link to the Georgetown Yearbooks.
Join us as we host Grant Welker, co-author of We Are Market Basket: The Story of the Unlikely Grassroots Movement that Saved a Beloved Business on Wednesday, April 20 at 7PM. We all lived through this exciting time in American business history. Here’s your chance to ask questions.
Free book talk! Pre-registration is appreciated, but not required.
Call the library at 978-352-5728 or come in to register.
The Library will be closed for the Patriots’ Day holiday – Monday, April 18, 2016.
We will reopen on Tuesday, April 19 at 10 AM.
You can access the library catalog and our online resources anytime from our website.
The Georgetown Peabody Library has a Library Page position that needs to be filled.
This position is available starting April 12, 2016.
Click here for the job description and how to apply.
If you have any questions, please contact the Library at 978-352-5728.
The Georgetown Peabody Library is proud to be a Project 351 impact site in support of Cradles to Crayon’s inspiring mission to provide everyday essentials to children living in homeless and challenging economic circumstances.
This clothing drive will begin on Monday, March 28 and end on Thursday, April 7.
The donation box is located in the Library’s main entrance lobby. Please donate new and like-new children’s items including:
- Clothing & Coats (Sizes: Newborn – Adult Large)
- Shoes & Boots (Sizes: Newborn – Adult size 10)
- Socks (brand new only) All sizes
Make a difference in the lives of thousands of children across Massachusetts!
Please contact Sam Mroz, Georgetown’s Projector 351 Ambassador, at email@example.com with any questions.
Did you know that as a Georgetown patron you have access to Commonwealth eBook Collections?
Commonwealth eBook Collections are a collection of eBooks and other materials that are being utilized by libraries all over the state. Just search, checkout, and download to a device, and you’re off and running! You may need to create an account prior to downloading and depending on the device you are using you may be required to download an app or other reader.
Please use the links below to utilize the Commonwealth eBook Collections:
- Axis360 Bestsellers in fiction and non-fiction
- Biblioboard Primary resources and historical documents
- EBL Academic research as well as personal interest
Check out our Online Resources section for more databases you can use!
Join Seema Kenney on Monday, May 9th at 6:30PM as she presents information on how to get started in genealogy and family history. Discussion focuses on getting started, home sources, forms, and organization of materials.
Handouts are provided and additional materials are available via the MSOGINC.ORG website for attendees.
Pre-registration is appreciated, but not required.
Please call the library (978-352-5728) or come in to sign up.
The Massachusetts Society of Genealogists, Inc. (MSOG), a non-profit, educational organization, was founded in 1975 with the purpose of promoting and encouraging Massachusetts genealogical research at all levels, beginner, amateur, and professional. MSOG is made up of chapters throughout Massachusetts: Bristol, Merrimack Valley, Middlesex, and Worcester. Presenter, Seema Kenney, is President of the Worcester chapter, Chair of the Research & Education committee, and a professional genealogist who focuses on getting stories shared.
The Library has a new pass for our patrons to enjoy!
The MassParks Pass entitles the bearer to free parking for one vehicle (excluding buses or vans) at over 50 facilities in the Massachusetts State Parks system that charge a day-use parking fee.
The Library has two of these passes so please stop by or call to reserve one of them today.
If you have any questions about the pass, please call us at 978-352-5728.
Check out our Museum Passes section for information on what else we offer for museum passes!