This week at the Everett Public Libraries: join us for crafts, a showing of Black Panther, and more. And don’t forget to cast your vote in the midterm election on Tuesday!
For our full calendar of events, visit our online calendar.
The Massachusetts midterm election is on Tuesday, November 8th, 2022. Our librarians have compiled a list of resources, including links to candidate’s websites, to aid you in making your decisions and in voting. Visit the Election 2022 page for more.
Exciting news! The Everett Public Libraries are starting a digital, once per month newsletter. You’ll be informed of all the best and latest going on at both the Parlin and the Shute libraries. From events and updates to book recommendations, we will keep you in the loop.
Everyone will receive the first edition, but click here to sign up for the future ones as well!
This week at the Everett Public Libraries: story times, vaccines, a spooky witch, and book clubs! Visit our online calendar for details.
This week at the Everett Public Libraries! Join us for story times, meditation, paint night, and more. For the most up to date and detailed information, visit our online calendar.
This week at the Everett Public Libraries! Join us for story times, movie nights, paint night, and more. For the most up to date and detailed information, visit our online calendar.
Some very exciting news from the Everett Public Libraries! The Parlin Memorial Library will be open on Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm starting on October 1.
Hours for the Parlin are now as follows:
Monday through Thursday – 9 am to 9 pm
Friday – 9 am to 5 pm
Saturday – 10 am to 2 pm
Hours for the Shute will remain as follows:
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday – 9 am to 5 pm
Tuesday and Thursday – 11 am to 7 pm
The Everett Public Libraries and the City of Everett are offering free MBTA Charlie Cards to citizens of Everett. They can be picked up at City Hall or the Parlin or Shute Memorial Libraries.
Why pick up a Charlie Card? During the orange line shutdown, they can be used for free trips in zones 1, 1a, and 2 on the commuter rail. Using a Charlie Card also means you’ll pay cheaper fares than you would with a Charlie Ticket.
NOTE: The free Charlie Cards do not have any monetary value. Users will need to load money on to them at an MBTA fare kiosk or online at mbta.com/fares/charliecard in order to ride the T or buses.
With early voting underway and the primaries around the corner, election season is here once again. Our librarians have compiled a list of resources to aid you in making your decisions and in voting. For information from Everett’s Election Department and about each of the candidates running in the primaries, visit our Election 2022 page in our “Resources” section.