Members of the Abbot Public Library Board of Trustees, the Abbot Public Library Foundation and the Town of Marblehead Select Board with Town Administrator Thatcher Kezer, Representative Jenny Armini and Library Director Kimberly Grad. Photo credit: Spenser Hasak...
The library will be closed on Monday, December 25, 2023 for Christmas and January 1, 2024 for New Year’s Day.
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At the interim space at 3 Brook Road, we have individual spaces for children and teens, as well as three separate areas for adult nonfiction and fiction, and a bookshop sponsored by the Friends of Abbot Public Library.
Abbot Public Library hosts many events of interest to community members of all ages! We are a growing hub for the Marblehead community.
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By Kimberly Grad, Abbot Public Library Director October has been a busy and productive month at Abbot Public Library. Here are a few of the things we’ve been working on: The League of Women Voters partnered with us to offer an Introduction to...
On Monday, October 16 at 7 pm, Abbot Public Library partnered with Ashland Public Library to present "More Haunted Lighthouses of New England with Author Jeremy D'Entremont," a follow-up to a previous event they hosted. Watch both videos below! This program was...
Check out this recent panel discussion from Thayer Public Library in Braintree on Becoming an Indie Author:
Abbot Public Library is a proud sponsor of Boston Public Library’s Atlascope Project. You can find a link to this site on our website under GENEALOGY, HISTORY AND ARCHIVED MAGAZINES/NEWSPAPERS. The Leventhal Map & Education Center at the Boston Public...
Congratulations to Jim Hutchinson of Lincoln, MA who won the Municibid auction last week for an artichoke pendant lamp that was in daily use at 235 Pleasant Street prior to the start of renovations in January 2023. The white PH Artichoke Lamp is believed to have been...