The mission of the Marlborough Public Library is to create a community meeting house where citizens of all ages are free to gather and pursue common educational, cultural and recreational interests.
One Day Book and Bake Sale:
Find some great bargains on books, CDs and movies, treat yourself to some yummy baked goods, and support your local library all at the same time! The Friends of the Marlborough Public Library are hosting this one day sale from 9:00-5:00 on Saturday, October 23, 2010 in the Bigelow Auditorium of the library.
History of the Marlborough Public Library
Thanks to the Marlborough Historical Society for their assistance in developing this history of the Marlborough Public Library in commemoration of the 350th anniversary of the founding of Marlborough. Please click the following link to view the document, MPL History
350th Anniversary Commemorative Book
In honor of the 350th Anniversary of the founding of Marlborough, the Marlborough Public Library's Board of Trustees has published its collection of watercolor paintings of Marlborough's historic homes. The book, Old Homesteads of Marlborough, is available for purchase at the front desk of the library and throughout the city at 350th celebrations. Costing $15, all proceeds of the book will benefit the Marlborough Public Library Foundation.