The library will be a polling place for residents of Ward 2 on Tuesday, September 19th. Residents can cast their vote from 7am to 8pm in the Program Room. Staff will be here to direct residents to the Program Room during the early morning hours the library is closed.
We are excited to offer residents of Ward 2 a place to vote this year and ask that our regular library patrons excuse the increased foot traffic coming in and out of the building throughout the day.
We are excited to share the good news—the Archival Center is again available for public access. All Archival services are available on a walk-in or appointment basis.
Please pardon our dust as we await a few finishing touches over the next few weeks with some new furniture.
Find out more about our Archival Center here: https://www.newburyportpl.org/archives/visit-us/, or give us a call: 978-465-4428 x231.
The City’s licensed professional social worker Trish Boateng offers regular drop-in hours at the Newburyport Public for any Newburyport resident who may need assistance on behalf of the City of Newburyport. Consultations and referrals are confidential and free to all. Get connected with assistance for food, housing, transportation, health, child care, or other necessities.
Location: 3rd Floor Conference Room
Time: Tuesdays, 1:30-2:30 pm
Availability: First-come, first-served. Evening hours can be accommodated by appointment only.
See our event calendar for additional information.