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Tuesday: 10am – 8pm
Wednesday: 10am – 8pm
Thursday: 10am – 8pm
Friday: 10am – 5pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: 1pm – 5pm

Adult Winter Reading Mini-Challenge
February 5 - March 18
Join our reading challenge for adults aged 18+ for the chance to win raffle prizes.
Reserve a Museum Pass

The library currently offers passes to 16 museums and State Parks located in MA and NH. All you need to reserve a pass is an active library card.

Book Club Kits
Are you interested in hosting your own book club? Check out one of our Book Club Kits! Each kit contains several copies, including large print and an audiobook version (if available), of your chosen title.
Disney Dance Party

Join Miss Jackie and DJ Hermanium for a rockin' time with a Disney-themed playlist, DIY bookmarks, coloring sheets, and more! Character costumes are encouraged but not required.

February 23 | 11:00 AM
Flow Yoga for All Levels
Join instructor Deanna Bragger on Monday evenings throughout February for Flow Yoga. Each session begins at 5:30 PM in Meeting Rooms A+B.
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Outreach Book Delivery Service

Flint Public Library offers delivery service of library materials for patrons living in Middleton who are not able to leave their homes to visit the library without assistance. Materials can either be requested by the patron or chosen for the patron by a library staff member. For more information, please contact Aniela Anderson, by emailing aanderson@flintpublib.org or by calling the library at 978-774-8132.

Local History Resources
The Flint Public Library of Middleton, MA, offers a variety of resources on the town’s history. While some of these resources are available only for use within the library, others are available to be borrowed, and still others are digital resources that are always available from devices with an Internet connection. Click here for a snapshot of what’s available to you.
Online Resources
Information at your fingertips! Your library card allows you access to more than 30 databases, including Ancestry (genealogy), Pronunciator (lanuguage learning), Valueline (investment information), The New York Times (1985-Present), and The Boston Globe (1980-Present). Click here to see all of the databases on offer.
1000 Books Before Kindergarten

Children ages 0-5 are invited to join our 1000 Books Before Kindergarten Program! Research shows that sharing books with children builds vocabulary, increases reading readiness, and encourages empathy & bonding. Our goal is to help you achieve these benefits through a program that offers prizes for achieving reading goals.

This program is self-paced, and the only deadline is to complete 1000 books before your child’s first day of kindergarten.

Sign up by emailing Miss Stacey at szubiel@flintpublib.org, or call 978-774-8132 and speak to a children’s staff member. Please include your child’s full name & age. Once registered, pick up your program packet in the Children’s Room.

If you signed up in the past and need new reading logs to continue the program, please contact us via the information above.

Teen Volunteer Program
Are you a local teen that wants to make your voice heard at the Flint? Do you want to make the library a better place for teens while earning community service hours in the meantime? If so, we want your help! Self-motivated and responsible teens ages 13-18 may apply to volunteer at the Flint and our Teen Services Librarian, Felicia Gminski, will reach out with any suitable upcoming volunteer opportunities. Click here for the application.
Lucky Day

No holds. No renewals. No waiting.

Lucky Day is a special collection of the latest popular and bestselling titles that often have miles-long hold lists. Come by the library to see if the book you want to read right now is sitting on our Lucky Day shelf. If it is, well, you know what that means: It’s your lucky day!

Items in this collection go out for only 7 days and cannot be renewed. Two items per cardholder.

Suggest a Title
If there is a particular book or film you’d like to see in the library’s collection, suggest it. A librarian will review all suggested titles and make a decision on its inclusion. Click here to let us know what title(s) you’re interested in.

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Check Out One of Our Staff Picks

Enchanted Hill

The year is 1930 and Cora McCavanagh is posing as a maid at Hollywood magnate Truman Byrd’s legendary estate. She’s closing in on the damning evidence she needs for a high-profile client. 
An aspiring PI, Cora was trained by her father, a former prison guard at the notorious Pelican Island, where Cora grew up surrounded by hardened criminals.
Which is why she recognizes Jack Yates as soon as he walks through the door. The last time she saw him was on an ill-fated night that changed the course of her life and still haunts her more than a decade later. Cora never expected to see Jack again—and now a single misstep could cause both their secret identities to come crashing down.
They strike a tentative truce to help each other during a week of parties overflowing with champagne and caviar. But there are puzzles hidden in every corner of Truman Byrd’s labyrinthine estate, and if Cora is to finally learn the truth about Jack Yates, she must unravel a sinister history that the rich and powerful will do anything to keep concealed.

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Secrets to the Grave

When a teenage girl is found dead on a quiet suburban street, Detective Meredith Somerset is called to the scene. The victim is shoeless, the only clue to her identity a silver heart-shaped charm hidden in her grass-stained sock. Did she run from her killer across the smooth lawns of Willow Lane? And if so, how did no one in the surrounding houses see or hear a thing?

As Meredith investigates, she’s haunted by flashbacks. Years ago her little sister disappeared in broad daylight, and no one saw a thing then either. It’s the reason Meredith became a detective―to get the justice her sister never did―and she won’t stop until she gets the truth.

Meredith needs answers. But Willow Lane has more than one mystery behind its doors―and to find the killer, she must venture into a community that’s determined to take its secrets to the grave…

Penelope in Retrograde

Romance writer Penelope Banks can write the perfect love story, but when it comes to family, all she’s got is a rough draft. Penny shelved the idea of fitting in with her high-achieving family years ago, but when her new business venture―a romance bookstore―is at risk of closing before its doors have opened, she’s forced to ask for help from the one place she never expected. Home.

Penny’s prepared for the usual Thanksgiving lineup: her perfect sister, meddling nana, matchmaking mother, and workaholic father. The guest she didn’t anticipate? Her ex-husband, Smith. After an awkward rideshare with Smith leaves Penny questioning why the romance in her life exists only in her novels, Penny adds some fiction to reality and turns her father’s colleague into the perfect fake boyfriend.

With only four days to mend damaged relationships, and her bookstore’s future at stake, all the stars must align for Penny to finally write a happily ever after for herself and her family.

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The Secrets of Hartwood Hall

It’s 1852 and Margaret Lennox, a young widow, attempts to escape the shadows of her past by taking a position as governess to an only child, Louis, at an isolated country house in the west of England.
But Margaret soon starts to feel that something isn’t quite right. There are strange figures in the dark, tensions between servants, and an abandoned east wing. Even stranger is the local gossip surrounding Mrs. Eversham, Louis’s widowed mother, who is deeply distrusted in the village.
Lonely and unsure whom to trust, Margaret finds distraction in a forbidden relationship with the gardener, Paul. But as Margaret’s history threatens to catch up with her, it isn’t long before she learns the truth behind the secrets of Hartwood Hall.

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