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The Library's mission is "to serve the town of Uxbridge as a center for education, culture, recreation and information". This past year the Library offered over one hundred programs for children, teens and adults in the community, many of them sponsored by the Library Board of Trustees or the Friends of the Library. If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation towards future programming, please send contributions to the Library Board of Trustees or the Friends of the Library with "Programs" in the notation field.
Thank you for your support!
Vuoi imparare l'italiano?
The Library is pleased to offer Rocket Languages, a great new way to learn a new language. Simply click on the button and register using your Uxbridge Library barcode!
Donate Your Old Books to Benefit the Library
The Friends of the library now offer you a simple way to support the library--with the donation of your old books/CDs/DVDs. In the back library parking lot you will find a donation box. Simply leave your items in the box. When the box is full, the items will be collected, and the Friends will earn cash for the benefit of the library.
Mother Goose on the Loose Program
Registration for Session 2 of Mother Goose on the Loose
is going on right now, March 3-8, 2014.
This program is specifically designed for
children ages 0-2 and their caregivers and will be held on Monday mornings from 10-10:30 and Saturday mornings from 9:30-10. Registrants may choose either day.
Funding for this program provided by a grant from
the Institute of Museum and Library Services
and the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners
Still Waiting for That Bestseller?
Try one of our Nooks!
Thanks to the generosity of the Friends of the Library, and the Teen Advisory Board we have Nooks available to borrow! From George R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones saga to Jhumpa Lahiri's The Lowland, and many children's and young adult titles we have something for every taste. Check one out today!
Library receives Charitable Giving Program Grant from UniBank
Thanks to the generosity of our neighbor, UniBank, the Library is pleased to be able to offer LearningExpress Library, an interactive, multipurpose database!
The LearningExpress Library online learning platform has helped millions of library patrons and students prepare for a wide range of career-oriented licensing and certification exams in health care, education, civil service, homeland security, as well as improve job skills such as creating a great resume, honing interviewing techniques, and improving business communications. The platform also has interactive tutorials to help users improve basic skills in reading, writing, and math, as well as prepare for high-stakes tests such as the GED, ACT, and SAT. The innovative platform includes self-paced interactive study, instant scoring, and diagnostic feedback, and can be accessed from any computer with an Internet connection
To access LearningExpress Library with your Uxbridge Library card, click here!
Missing some leaves from the Family Tree?
Facilitated by Mike Potaski
Are you interested in Genealogy and Family History? Have you wondered how to start, where to go for assistance as you navigate the maze of Internet information? Mike Postaski will be available most Saturday mornings beginning September 21st from 10am-noon to help beginners get started and advise other researchers who are running into difficulties gathering information. These sessions are free and open to the public.
Need a Laptop?
Borrow one for in-house library use!
Thanks to the generosity of the Greater Worcester Community Foundation, the Library was able to purchase four laptops for in-house use for educational or job-seeking purposes. Users must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid CWMARS library card. Users must also read and sign an Uxbridge Free Public Library Laptop Computer Use Policy;
"Loans" are on a first-come, first-served basis and cannot be reserved in advance;
Laptops must be checked out at the circulation desk, and must be returned to the desk at least 15 minutes before the Library closes;
Laptops are to be used only for job-related activities such as job seeking, applying for jobs online, vocational test taking, writing research papersand creating resumes and cover letters. Any other use will result in privileges being revoked.
All laptops are wireless and equipped with MS Office software.