- Outdoor Seating
- Retail Nearby
- Public Transit Access
- Park/School Nearby
- Free Wi-Fi
- Computer Access
- Printing & Copying
- Research Help
Myers Park Branch Library is located in the heart of the historic Myers Park neighborhood, at the intersection of Providence and Queens Roads. This 5,112 sq. ft. building was the first branch built by the Public Library in 1956. In 2008, the building underwent an expansion and renovation. The branch maintains a quiet neighborhood atmosphere while providing full library services to our patrons.
Overflow parking available at the Myers Park United Methodist Church Hopedale overflow lot – please park in spots nearest to the library
Upcoming Events at Myers Park
Stories, music and movement for tiny tots. Storytime is designed to develop language, listening and coordination skills. Registration required.
Engage your preschoolers with books, activities, stories and songs that encourage language and pre-reading skill development in order to help them grow into successful readers.
Children, grades K-5, increase reading comprehension by reading aloud to a friendly and supportive volunteer that the child will associate with positive reading experiences.
Not only will we read stories to kids, but also we will teach kids to learn how to read Chinese characters. Therefore, they will eventually have the ability to read Chinese on their own.
Being involved in the community is a great way to make connections and build leadership skills. Join us on December 14 to help present our preteen holiday program. This special assignment will involve setting up the room, organizing activities, and preparing snacks for the program.
If you are between the ages of 8 and 11, join us for books and literacy activities that help improve your critical thinking skills. May's program will focus on juvenile biography "Who Was Rachel Carson?" by Sarah Fabiny. Please register.