Thank you to Emerging Leaders President Adrienne Zak Hunt and BPL President David Leonard for the interesting webinar conversation earlier today. The audience asked terrific questions (thank you!) and we learned so much about the Library`s priorities for the upcoming year.
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As we close out Native American Heritage Month, you won’t want to miss this impressive booklist of recent titles focusing on the cultures, histories, experiences, and diversity of Native American communities. These 78 books were compiled by our incredible BPL librarians from the Chinatown, Connolly, and Roslindale branches along with staff from the Central Library in Copley Square. 📚
This Thanksgiving, all of us at the Boston Public Library Fund wish to express our appreciation for your continued partnership. Your support has helped us make a meaningful impact in the lives of our patrons.
May you have a wonderful day with family and friends.🦃
Pictured: Lippincott’s for November 1890-1920 Lithograph Arts Department, Boston Public Library
Calling all library lovers... bookmark us for Giving Tuesday! A gift to the Boston Public Library Fund during this season of giving is a heart-warming way to support your community.
When you make a donation — of any amount — now, through Nov. 28, we’ll send you a bookmark featuring one of the iconic lions from the lobby of the McKim Building of the Central Library as a thank-you for your generosity. In addition, one winner will receive a special library lion–inspired swag bag!
This holiday season, recognize a friend or family member by naming a lamp or seat at the Boston Public Library. Choose from the iconic green lamps in the historic Bates Hall; a reading lamp in the bustling hub of the Boylston Street building; or a seat in the performative setting of Rabb Hall.