The Woburn Public Library, founded in 1856, moved to its current location in 1879. The first library designed by acclaimed architect H. H. Richardson, the building is a National Historic Landmark.

Mission Statement

The Woburn Public Library is a medium-sized library serving an economically developed suburban community of approximately 39,000. The library seeks to be an integral part of the community by providing all residents with a wide variety of popular and reference materials, resources, services, and programs that extend their personal and intellectual development.

The Woburn Public Library is a 501 (c)(3) organization.

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Friends’ Book Sale: 9/21-9/23

The Woburn Public Library Building Committee will meet again on Tuesday, August 7, at 9 AM [date amended to August 14, 2018] in the Engineering Conference […]

8/14 After-Hours Meditation & Harmonium Performance: 8/24
8/10 Medicare 101: 8/14
8/6 Foster Care Info Session: 8/9
8/2 Trustees Present City with $4.6 Million toward Project
7/26 Rock around the (Book) Clock! 8.7
7/25 Women in World Jazz! 7/29
7/19 Improv Class for Adults: 8/31
7/18 Story Strolls, 7.27 & 8.3
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