The Faneuil Library is beloved in the Oak Sq. Community.

We enhance the Branch’s offerings of events, resources, and programs. The Children’s Halloween Parade, ESL Spanish language courses, literacy tutoring, concerts and presentations by local musicians, artists and others are examples of these offerings.

The Friends regularly sponsors and supports a number of programs every month. Even during the pandemic and closure for renovation, programs continue virtually. ESL conversation classes, an introductory Spanish language course, and after school tutoring are among the programs supported by the Friends. Friends-sponsored events occur throughout the year.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Memoir Writing Workshop: With Lisa Braxton instructor at Grub Street, March 8th & April 12th, 7—8 pm.

Growing Food at Home 101: Coming Tuesday, April 13th, 7 pm. in partnership with the Brighton Garden Club.

PhotoPhotoFind FOFL at the Brighton Outdoor Winter Farmers Market

Every other Saturday!

Through April 10th, 10:00 am.–1:30 pm.
at the PSF Community Center Parking Lot, 640 Washington St., Oak Square.

Visit Friends of the Faneuil Library at our table and learn about our activities and events. Shop fresh produce, meat, fish, bread and pastries, coffee, and more! Produce vendors accept HIP/SNAP. Masks and social distancing are required.

Market dates: February 13, February 27, March 13, March 27, and April 10.

Photo: Shelly Bialka and Amy Manson-Reese at the Brighton Winter Farmers Market, courtesy of Louise Kuhlman.

Little Free Libraries

The Friends have installed "Little Libraries" in several locations around Oak Square. Find them at the corner of N. Crescent and Regal Street, in front of 80 Lake Shore Road (on Chandler Pond), across from Hobart Park on Ranelegh Road and at the Presentation School Foundation grounds at the corner of Tremont Street and Washington Street, on Dunboy Street at Frederick S.Wilson Sq. Park—and now at the Congregational Church in Brighton Center (to the right at the parking-lot entrance). You can find a map of Little Free Library locations HERE.


"Little Libraries" are free and available to all. Take a book, share a book. If you see something that you would like to read in the "Little Free Library" please take it. After you have read the book kindly return it to the "Little Library" or pass it on. If you have a book that you would like to share, please leave it. (If you are leaving books please don't overstock.) Books can be left out (in a protected place) for three days to avoid virus transmission. Check our Friends of the Faneuil Library facebook page for updates.

Photo, right, by Ricardo Calleja

Learn more about activities on
our Facebook Page.

The facebook page is another way to learn about activities and events at the Faneuil Library.

You can link to our Facebook page HERE.

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