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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 »

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What Books Could Be Used to Rebuild Civilization? Lists by Brian Eno, Stewart Brand and Others #Lowell #library

Feb26
~ Feb/26/2015 BY : Winifred ~

“One particularly distressing hallmark of late modernity can be characterized as a cultural loss of the future. Where we once delighted in imagining the turns civilization would take hundreds and even thousands of years ahead—projecting radical designs, innovative solutions, great explorations, and peculiar evolutionary developments—we now find the mode of forecasting has grown apocalyptic, as […]

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A Seusstastical Reading Party!

Feb25
~ Feb/25/2015 BY : Molly ~

Join us for a special Dr. Seuss Birthday Celebration on Wednesday, March 4 at 5:30 PM here at the library.  Children and readers of all ages are invited to come to our evening of books, songs, and activities. Pizza and refreshments will be served. Mark your calendars and RSVP to Jumpstart Site Manager, Melissa Chandonnet […]

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