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Library Hours and Services


CURRENT (WINTER) HOURS: Monday through Thursday, 8 am-8 pm; Fridays and Saturdays, 9 am-4:30 pm.

WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING BOOK DONATIONS again. Call the Friends of the Library Bookstore for more information: 508-324-2700, ext. 122.

PASSPORT AND NOTARY SERVICE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Call the library to schedule your passport or notary visit. Passport appointments are available Monday-Thursday from 11-6 and Friday/Saturday from 10-2 (10-1 in summer). For fees and other information, visit our Library Services - Passports page.

LIBRARY OF THINGS: You can borrow more than books! Our "library of things" now includes wifi hotspots, Nintendo Switch Lites, laptop computer (in-library use only), bicycles (in season) and ukuleles!

What's New?

NOTARY SERVICE: The library now has two licensed Notaries Public available to notarize documents. Please call the Reference Department, 508-324-2700, ext. 3, to make an appointment.

LAMINATING: The Reference Department will laminate documents. The charge is $1 per page, and appointments are not necessary. Faxing and scanning are also available.

READING RUMBLE STORYTIME! Coming October 7: A slammin' storytime featuring local wrestlers from Top Rope Promotions as guest readers! Follow our YouTube channel for more stories and library content.

NEW DIGITAL ARCHIVES: We've added to our online local history collection! Find historical maps, newspapers, city directories and more on our Local History page.

LOOKING FOR A GOOD BOOK? Here are the most-requested books at the library! Try one of these, or get read-alike suggestions from NoveList.




Universal Class


Kanopy Streaming Movies




Museum Passes
The library offers free or reduced-price passes to museums, zoos, and other local attractions. Use this form to check availability and reserve a pass online.

Access genealogy resources, historical newspapers, and more local and community history information here.

The library provides access to a wealth of information from Gale Databases, Consumer Reports, and so much more. Check out our Digital Resources page.

Contribute to the Fall River Public Library Foundation's Second Century Campaign and help us continue to support lifelong learning in our community. 

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