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Become a Volunteer Tutor

Tutoring is a wonderful opportunity to make a huge difference in someone’s life. Tutors say they benefit from the experience just as much as their students and learn more about themselves through the process. Literacy Volunteers of the Pollard Memorial Library is an affiliate of Literacy Volunteers of Massachusetts.

Pollard Library Autism Resources Guide

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 110 children in the United States is on the autism spectrum. Youth Services Staff has compiled a list of autism spectrum resources for families. More »

Where do you want to go?

Take advantage of our museum pass program for free or discounted admission to many local cultural institutions—from museums to zoos, parks and an aquarium too! Most of the passes are funded by The Friends of the Library. More »


Are You A First Time Home Buyer or Know Someone Who Is?

~ Sep/16/2014 BY : Winifred ~

The Merrimack Valley Housing Partnership is giving several workshops for first time home buyers at their offices in downtown Lowell. The following topics are covered: 1. Overview of the Home Buying Process 2. Mortgage Application Process 3. Down Payment Assistance Programs 4. Legal Aspects of Purchasing 5. Home Inspections 6. Household Budgeting 7. Building Good […]


Lowell Reads What Lowell Writes: “A Poet in Lowell” a tribute to Lawrence Carradini on Thurday Sept 18 at 7pm

~ Sep/14/2014 BY : Winifred ~

Join us for an opening reception for “A Poet in Lowell (September – October 2014)  – an exhibit on the ground floor of the library in tribute to Lawrence Carradini, Lowell poet, who dies May 1, 2014. Readings by Meg Smith, Ala Khaki, Jim Dunn and Tony Sampas. Free admission. Refreshments provided. (photo by Meg […]


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