We offer a fine selection of awesome programs for Teen and Tween programs at the J. V. Fletcher Library
If you have any questions about these programs please call the Information Services Desk or contact Kristina Leedberg at 978-692-5555
Your membership in the Friends of the J. V. Fletcher Library, Inc. makes these programs possible.
Have you joined the Friends yet?
The Book Discussion Group meets the second Thursday of the month.
The meetings take place from 7:30-9:00 p.m. in the Mary Atwood Hall.
A second session of the book group meets through the Cameron Senior Center once a month on Friday mornings at 10 a.m. Please check the schedule for dates and meeting location.
New members are always welcome!
Free Internet Workshops for Adult and Seniors!
The following links will take you to sites where you can learn more about using the web. Some are for Internet beginners; some are for those who already know how the web works, but want to know how to make their searches more effective.
For more information, please call Dina Kanabar -Head of Systems & Technical Services at 978-399-2308.
Do you know someone who wants to improve their English? Link to Literacy has free tutors available to help people with their English skills. Link to Literacy is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization devoted to enabling adults who have joined us from other cultures to read, write, and speak American English more effectively. For a student application or for more information, please contact the Information Services department at (978) 399-2304. Student and tutor applications as well as an informational web site are also available from the Library’s website, please click on the "Link to Literacy" link to the left to access these documents.