Sulma Rubert-Silva, Interim Director
In an information-rich and culturally diverse society, the Worcester Public Library is a source of civic activity and pride, offering opportunities for the development of a literate and informed citizenry. Today's library is a vital and vibrant place of information and learning, used and valued by people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. All library locations and staff are devoted to assisting Worcester's residents in this information-rich society in which we live.
For more information, please visit the official Worcester Public Library website.
The Worcester Public Library has library branches located throughout the city. For complete location and hours information, please visit the official Worcester Public Library website.
The City of Worcester and community partners will host the first Worcester Book Festival, a two-day celebration of written and spoken words on April 17-18.
Posted: Tuesday 02/11/20
The City of Worcester is pleased to announce and promote these programs and events in celebration of Black History Month in February.
Posted: Friday 01/31/20
Juan Matos and Amina Mohammed have been appointed the City of Worcester Poet Laureate and Youth Poet Laureate.
Posted: Tuesday 12/24/19