Weekly Events 2/20 – 2/25


This week at the Everett Public Libraries: We’re closed on Monday for Presidents Day, but join us throughout the week for different crafts!

And don’t forget: our new Parlin Homework Center is up and running from 3-5 pm, Monday through Friday. Our volunteers are ready to help your students work on their assignments!

Weekly Events 2/6 – 2/11


This week at the Everett Public Libraries: join us for Crafts for Kids, Yarn Club, an Author Event with Ted Reinstein, and the opening reception for Seeds. Roots. Branches.!

Also, the Parlin Memorial Library Homework Center is now open again, so come by after school on weekdays from 3-5pm for homework help with our volunteer tutors!

For details, visit our online calendar at bit.ly/EVECal

Parlin Memorial Library Homework Center – Coming Soon!

Need help on a paper? Can’t quite figure out that math problem? Or do you just need a quiet place to study? Come to the Homework Center at the Parlin Memorial Library!

Starting Monday, February 6th, volunteer tutors will be available after school Monday through Friday from 3:00pm to 5:00pm to provide guidance on assignments for any subject.

We will have resources to help you get your homework done. Need more help? You can ask a librarian!

Questions about the Homework Center? Email parlininfo@noblenet.org or give us a call at 617-394-2300.

NEW! Local History Resource

The Everett Public Libraries are excited to announce a new digital resource for those looking to learn more about the city’s past. Using Advantage Preservation, we have created an online Community History Archive that allows users to browse, search, and download past editions (from 1940-1959) of two local papers, the Everett Leader-Herald and the Everett News-Gazette.

Click here to get started. Questions? Email ssafran@noblenet.org or call 617-394-2300.