Library CLOSED to the Public until Further Notice
For a complete list of COVID-19 FAQs for the Library, please visit www.graftonlibrary.org/covid-19.
The Town of Grafton suspended physical library operations March 13-June 15 in response to Governor Baker’s State of Emergency declaration and to encourage social distancing due to the rapidly changing situation related to the Novel Coronavirus (“COVID-19”). This decision has been made with an abundance of caution after communication with the Board of Library Trustees, town administration, and state departments.
No-contact curbside pickup began July 13, 2020. Please call the Library Mon-Sat between 10am-4pm at 508-839-4649 to request materials.
No overdue fines will be charged for materials due for the duration of the pandemic.
The Town’s website and Facebook Page is the first stop for local, updated information on COVID-19 at the local, state and federal level. Please sign up for CODE RED for local alerts. Additionally, the Commonwealth’s 211 line has dedicated staff to answer questions about COVID-19.
Please continue to wash your hands regularly and if you have any flu-like symptoms, please stay home
until you have been symptom free for 24 hours without medication.
In the meantime, please check out the full list of online resources and databases offered by the Grafton Public Library. Items marked with a * may require a Grafton Public Library card to access, and visit our list of free learning resources available for youth.