Concord Library News

Concord Free Public Library

The Concord Free Public Library is here to serve you! Join us for virtual programs, community outreach, or borrow your next favorite book to keep you company during this pandemic.

Curbside service is available at the main library and at the Fowler branch. You can schedule pickup of documents such as books, movies and more, as well as send print jobs up to 10 pages to us for pickup. Kids can enjoy weekly “Take and Make” crafts available for pickup at the main library or at the Fowler branch. Please book your pickup online or call us between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. on weekdays.

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Adult Programs

Tuesday Books Discussion Group (virtual): 9: 30-11: 15 am June 8. The Tuesday Book Discussion Group joins forces with the Concord Military Support Group in June to read and discuss “Un-American: A Soldier’s Reckoning of Our Longest War” by Erik Edstrom. All are welcome and a limited number of copies of the book will be available at the main library. Email [email protected] to subscribe and receive the Zoom link.

Films at Fowler: Summer Art House – “The Lobster” (Virtual): 7 p.m. June 10. This summer, Films at Fowler presents six “Summer Art House” films, all provocative, surprising, fun and independent in mind. They are both stimulating and entertaining. On June 10, attendees will discuss “The Lobster” (2015) – a surreal black comedy by Yorgos Lanthimos and starring Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz. In the film, singles have 45 days to find a romantic partner, otherwise they are transformed into an animal of their choice. Participants should watch “The Lobster” on Kanopy prior to the discussion (free access to Kanopy is available with a library card). To subscribe and receive a Zoom link, please email [email protected]

Programs for children and adolescents:

The green thumb workshop: 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. May 28. Join the Green Thumb Workshop, a 1-hour planting show outside of the Main Library. Participants will learn how to plant small flowers and assemble and take home a seed planting kit! Leave with practical knowledge, a plant of your own, and a green thumb – literally! Up to 18 years old. Families are welcome and children under 6 may need parental supervision.

Outdoor Story Time with Royce: 10-10: 30 am June 2. Join us on the Lawn of the Main Library for an in-person story hour. We will enjoy the stories, songs and nursery rhymes! We have space limited to 10 families, so sign up. One registration is for all family members present.

Baby sign language (virtual): 11 am-11.45am on Fridays in June. Caregivers and their pre-verbal babies or toddlers are invited to join us for a four week sign language workshop with instructor Sheryl White! Sheryl will show you how to teach sign language to your little ones, and explore the benefits and research for caregivers. Although not mandatory, participants are encouraged to register for all four sessions. Subscribe to receive the Zoom link.

For more information and to register for this week’s programs, visit or call the Main Library at 978-318-3300 or the Fowler branch at 978-318-3350. To submit a print job for pickup at the main library, email [email protected] To submit a print job for pickup from Fowler, email [email protected]

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