Must be 16 years old (this is traditionally a HS student position, but will consider all applications).
8 hours/week:  every Saturday (4 hrs), Monday evening (2 hrs), Wednesday (2 hrs)

Please come to the library to pick up an application and review job qualifications.
For more information: call Wendy at 508-867-7928

An equal opportunity employer



60 people read for 432.5 hours!!!
569 people came to 24 summer reading programs!!!

 Summer Reading Fun!


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With Ed, the Magician.  


IMG_0902   Go for the Stars

IMG_0907   Miss Coro visit



 Look for event listings in the Summer Reading Section of this site

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This year’s theme is SCIENCE: “Fizz, Boom, Read” toSpark a Reaction” with “Literary Elements”

5 weeks of performers, animals, crafts, stories and reading… Join the fun!!

Fizz, Boom, READ! Spark a Reaction! and Literary Elements! is sponsored by East Brookfield Public Library, the Friends of the EBPL, the Massachusetts Library System, the Boston Bruins, and the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.


PLEASE Bring your East Brookfield/ CWMARS CARD every time you visit the library!!!           We have joined the CWMARS regional library network…

Order books, movies, e-books from your home computer. An e-mail or phone notice will let you know when your item comes into the library and again when it is due back.
Use on-line databases for your school, business and personal projects.

The staff is happy to show you how to begin using these new features!


Check out this link:

GCFLearnFree (see the right hand column).
Hundreds of on-line learning experiences at your fingertips and at your own pace!


Have a new Kindle or Nook e-reader?
Learn how to download library books. Ask about our “1 on 1″ instruction program.


                                                   Book Buddies

Are you homebound? Just had surgery, injury, disability, can’t drive in snow and ice?
Live in the East Brookfield area?
Join our Book Buddy program – short term or long term.  We will pair you with a volunteer, who will carry books/movies/music to and from your home for you.

Interested in becoming a Book Buddy. Come into the library for an interview.

Call the library to set up this service: 508-867-7928


Today’s library is more important than ever
and your library has become the heart of the community

People come for many reasons: group meeting place, job searching, learning and information, introducing children to reading, cost savings (borrow books, movies and magazines), school readiness, recreation, programs & workshops, self help materials (gardening, parenting, ‘fix it yourself ‘, art/hobby), a quiet spot to read or study, see original art by local artists, tax forms, photocopy and fax, e-mail, job search and more!