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Both the Robbins Library and Fox Branch Library will be closing today at 4 PM due to the inclement weather. Both will remain closed on Friday, January 3rd. Normal hours will resume on Saturday, January 4th at 9 AM for … Continue reading
Both the Robbins Library and Fox Branch Library will be closing today at 4 PM due to the inclement weather. Normal hours will resume tomorrow, with the Robbins Library opening at 9 AM and the Fox Branch Library opening at … Continue reading
When I am traveling, whether around New England, across the country, or even internationally, one of my favorite things to do is visit the public library in the community I am visiting. I do this for a lot of reasons, … Continue reading
Even if you aren’t a big sports fan, by now you know our Boston Red Sox are playing in the World Series versus the St. Louis Cardinals, or, if you prefer, the beards versus the birds: They are even talking … Continue reading
If you haven’t seen it yet, the Town of Arlington Annual Report 2012 can be found on the Town’s website here. You can also find a physical copy at the Robbins Library. If you are just interested in looking at … Continue reading
Books in Bloom 2013 is this Friday, March 8th from 6:30 PM to 9 PM. Join the Friends of the Robbins Library and the Arlington Garden Club for an evening of: Gorgeous literary-themed floral displays Wine and beer in the elegant Reading Room & … Continue reading
The results of the Library Card Sign Up Challenge are in, and I am proud to report that Arlington nearly tripled new library card registrations in February! While we didn’t quite come out on top in our friendly competition with … Continue reading
We will be open today (Sunday, 2/10) from 2 PM to 5 PM. Hope to see you soon!
Due to Winter Storm Nemo, we will close early on Friday (2/9) at noon and be closed all day on Saturday (2/10).
Arlington has issued a Library Card Sign Up Challenge during the month of February to our neighboring communities. Belmont, Lexington, and Somerville have all accepted the Challenge. The library that has the highest percentage increase in new library card registrations … Continue reading