A little gem in your own backyard - Marshfield Hills, Massachusetts
Rodgers Library (CRL) is an informal independent library. It is one of only a
few self-sufficient lending libraries left in the nation. For more than
100 years, it has rewarded those who have discovered it with a satisfying
variety of reading matter.
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We hope you make it a habit to visit often and come to regard it as a useful
and delightful part of your life.
CRL's Donate-a-Book Program!
Celebrate birthdays and other special occasions by donating a book to CRL. You can honor a special person and help build our library's collection.
Your gift is a gift to many.
Donate A Book form is available here >>
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Monday - Friday: 1 - 4 pm
Saturday: 10 am - 1 pm
||No fines for overdues - just a "conscience"
||A short waiting list
for the reserved new books
See Collections for list of latest books.
||Incredible buys in the Consignment Shop - toys, collectibles, name brand clothing,
Visit Our Consignment
17th ANNUAL GARDEN TOUR
will take place on Tuesday June 23rd. There will be 6 gardens and one public space open for your pleasure.
The tour hours are 10 am - 3 pm, rain or shine.
Tickets are $15 and will be available in June at the Clift Rodgers Library, Marshfield Roche Brothers, Marshfield Hills General Store, Nessralla's Farm, and at the Marshfield Senior Center.
More info soon!
Clift Rodgers Book Group
You're welcome to come read!
No long-term commitment,
no registration needed,
just come when you can!
*We meet the 3rd Thursday of the month from 7-8 pm.
*No Book Group in
July, August, and December.
*Ask the librarian to add you to the monthly email that links to the newest selection's review in Goodreads.
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Annual Memorial Day Weekend Book Sale
We're again accepting books for this event. Please bring us children's books and newer releases in either very good or excellent condition.
Please do not bring us Bibles, encyclopedias, textbooks, moldy books, or broken books as no one wants to buy those and we can not easily dispose of them. Please call us if you have a large load and we will send someone to assess them before you bring them here.
We have moved this event to the fall. Watch this space for further updates.
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