Informing, Enriching and Connecting Middlesex County
Middlesex County Library is a system of 15 branches that provide free access to quality materials and resources to all residents of Middlesex County, with dedicated, friendly and helpful staff ready to assist you.
A library card is free for all residents of Middlesex County. To register for a card, please visit a Middlesex County Library branch during open hours. Please bring with you a piece of photo identification and proof of address (examples include your driver's license or photo health card or passport and a bill in your name or student card and report card). A parent or legal guardian needs to sign the library card registration form for their child up to and including age 13.
In addition to tens of thousands of books and DVDs available to borrow, Middlesex County Library also offers:
- eBooks, Audiobooks, Magazines, Newspapers, movies and television for download and streaming
- Free programs for all ages; find details on their Event Calendar
- Public computers and WiFi at all 15 locations
- Two dedicated technology spaces (Creative & Maker Spaces), located in Dorchester and Glencoe
- Board games, Book Club Bags and Mobile Internet Hotspots for loan
- Dedicated Children’s spaces within every location, offering iPads with early Literacy games, and toys to engage curiosity and promote creativity
- Employment and government information
- Books by Mail for home-bound residents
In addition to their 15 branches, Middlesex County Library offers access to materials in Adelaide Metcalfe through the NovelBranch Library Kiosk, located in the Adelaide-Metcalfe Municipal Offices. Visit the library's website to Meet the Novelbranch!
Visit your local branch today, or visit Middlesex County Library’s website for more information.