Skip Navigation
 
Welcome to Marlborough, Massachusetts
This table is used for column layout.







 
Marlborough Public Library
Main Street Entrance
Main Street Entrance
Contact TypeContact Information
Contacts:
Circulation Desk
508-624-6900
508-624-6902
508-624-6992
Director
Address:
35 West Main Street
Marlborough, MA 01752
Hours:
Monday thru Thursday:
--9:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Friday and Saturday
--9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Sunday:
--1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
 
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.


Quick Links:


Mango.png       

Want to learn a new language? How about Chinese (Mandarin or Cantonese)?  Try Mango.

Mango also provides a way for people who speak another language, such as Brazilian Portuguese or Spanish, to learn English!

All you need to get started is a Marlborough Public Library card!

Funds for purchasing Mango were provided through a federal LSTA grant administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.




MPL Newsletter
The staff has put together a newsletter to let you know what is happening at the Library. Our Spring 2014 issue is now available!


Take a look at what we will be working on over the next few years!


New Database  - Morningstar Investment Research Center

Morningstar, a source of information on investments and finances, has stopped printing their reports and has switched to an online version. We have added Morningstar to our database page under the heading FINANCE. Check it out and while you are at it check out the other databases we have for you on many different topics!


Home Delivery Service! 1032012_41020_0.jpg
We have heard from many people would love to use the Library but due to health and or transportation issues they cannot. We are offering a new service that will bring the library to them! Interested Marlborough residents can just fill out a form with their reading, listening and/or  viewing preferences and staff and volunteers will select up to 10 titles epecially for them!

We have forms for those interested in receiving materials and forms for volunteers who would like to help out with the program.

Questions? Please contact Library Director, Margaret Cardello for more information.

Suggestions Welcome!   
 
Is there something you think we should add to the Library collection?   E-mail us and let us know!

Databases
Check out our database page. We have added many new links and organized everything into subjects to make it easier to find just what you are looking for.

If you have ever looked for information, searched Google and found MILLIONS of hits, you might want to start your search in one of these databases.  You'll get fewer, but better results than if you Googled it.  Contact a Reference Librarian for more information.


Fine Free Wednesdays!
Wednesdays are Fine Free at the Marlborough Public Library!  Any late items returned on Wednesdays will not generate fines.

Some items won’t be affected by fine free Wednesdays, such as late museum passes and some items borrowed from libraries outside of the CW MARS library network that Marlborough belongs to. The library will also assess a fee for lost or damaged items.  

New Items!
Keep up to date on what new materials have arrived at the Library!
Want your own copy? Sign up now!


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 for $15 at the front desk of the library. All proceeds of the book will benefit the Marlborough Public Library Foundation.