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Monday, Wednesday & Friday - 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Tuesday & Thursday - 10:00 am to 7:30 pm
CURBSIDE HOURS
Monday, Wednesday & Friday - 10:00 am to 4:30 pm
Tuesday & Thursday - 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
NOTE-Meeting rooms remain unavailable for the time being.
Masks are still required. (if you are unable to wear a mask, we offer curbside service)

As part of our reopening, our study rooms are now available for limited use. Please contact the Reference desk at 508-497-9777 ext. 2 or via chat at https://bit.ly/HPLchat to speak to a reference librarian for use information.  Reserve your study room at https://www.picktime.com/hplib/services.

Public internet computers are available in the lower level for adults. Computers in the Teen and Children's department are not yet available. 
Computer sessions are limited to 1 hour. Please see a Reference Librarian for more important information.


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The Library Board of Trustees has voted to make Hopkinton Public Library fine-free for overdue materials! We are thrilled that Hopkinton will join the ranks of the many libraries eliminating overdue fines that may place an undue hardship on patrons and/or create barriers for access. For a number of years, we have forgiven fines for seniors and have held "fine amnesty" days. Now, overdue fines will no longer be assessed on any late materials that belong to us. (Patrons will still be responsible for lost or damaged items.) We are excited to take this very positive step to improve equity and ensure that our library is accessible to all.

Summer Reading has started! Join us for this year's theme, "Tails & Tales." Adults, teens, and kids can sign up at https://hpl.bookpoints.org/.
 

Face Coverings at the Library
Our goal is to be a welcoming place for our community where all can visit. Out of respect for the many children who use the library, especially during the summer, we will continue to require face coverings for all library visitors at least through summer 2021. See a full message regarding our current COVID restrictions.

Book Donations
The Friends are collecting books during open library hours - hardcover, paperback, and audiobooks only in good to excellent condition for their upcoming book sale. Please bring books in bags or boxes that may be left. Please visit the Friends website for more important information on donating more than a couple of bags or boxes. Please do not leave donations outside the library. 




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Disability Access: Hopkinton Library is a fully accessible building, but should you require any assistance accessing library services or events, please contact us at 508-497-9777 or email hopkintonlibrary@hopkintonma.gov.
  • Questions, Comments or Concerns?
    Feel free to contact our director Heather Backman who can be reached at hbackman@hopkintonma.gov or by calling the library at 508-497-9777.

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