Ed the Wizard Pirates Abound!

Pirate cartoon

Join me in my Pirate Party Adventures, Mates!

Thursday, April 20 at 2 pm.


Meditation for Stress Free Living      stress free logo

with Dr. Allen Hughes. Learn meditation techniques to reduce stress, improve concentration and clear thinking.

Saturday, April 29    10:30 am


Lunch Bunch Book Discussion (Adults)

the Award by Danielle Steel

Tuesday, April 25 @ Noon
“The Award”  by Danielle Steel
Gabrielle is 16 when the Germans invade France. Everything changes. She soon joins the French resistance. During this time, she is approached by a German officer to help save valuable artifacts. Follow Gabrielle through the war and the rest of her life.


knitting group


LEARN TO KNIT with this group

CALL THE LIBRARY: 508-867-7928

 evening group!!  Wednesdays at 6 pm 
This is a time set apart to concentrate on your knitting/crochet projects and enjoy the company of others. Prior experience is necessary!  If you would like to learn to knit or crochet, please join our Thursday afternoon group.


 Volunteer artwork     JOIN the FRIENDS of the LIBRARY!

The Friends of the East Brookfield Library is a service organization dedicated to helping the library. They are a group of dedicated people who love and support the library and who believe that a quality library is an essential part of the community. Their ongoing yearly support enables the library to continue its wide range of programming and museum passes. The group provides financial support to pay for the expense of supplies and equipment beyond funding provided by local, regional and state government agencies.

The Friends are always looking for new members and hope you will consider joining.


                                                   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!