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Library Hours and Services


NEW LIBRARY HOURS STARTING APRIL 2022! Thank you to those who voted in our survey. By popular demand, our weekday hours are now 8 am - 8 pm, Mondays through Thursdays.

CURRENT (WINTER) HOURS: Monday through Thursday, 8 am-8 pm; Friday and Saturday, 9 am-5 pm. The library is closed on Saturdays during the summer (second week in June through Labor Day).

PASSPORT AND NOTARY SERVICE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Call the library to schedule your passport or notary visit. For hours, fees, and information, visit our Library Services - Passports page. Please note passport prices have gone up as of 1/10/2022.

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

What's New?


NOTARY SERVICE: The library now has a licensed Notary Public available to notarize documents. Please call the reference department, 508-324-2700, ext. 3, to make an appointment.

NEW STREAMING SERVICE: The library offers KANOPY, with ten free streaming movies each month, plus unlimited children's and educational films, including the Great Courses series. Watch on your phone, tablet, computer, or smart TV!

LOOKING FOR A GOOD BOOK? Here are our top books of the year for 2021!

 


Overdrive eBooks and Audiobooks
 

Hoopla Movies and Television

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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