Framingham Bookmobile Hitting The Road Again

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FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham Public Library’s bookmobile is hitting the road again.

The library’s bookmobile launched in April of 2019, but it was sidelined in March of 2020, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“We are starting by visiting different school and summer programs right now,” said Framingham Public Library Director Lena Kilburn.

“So Summer Scene on Mondays, YMCA on Tuesday, the Rise Program at Barbieri, and the Boys and Girls Club on Thursday. Plus we will be doing special events and I’m going to try to get us back at the Farmer’s Market and the concerts this week,” said the Library Director.

The library is training new drivers this week, due to staff turnover.

“When we bring on a new Head of Bookmobile Services, we will establish our regular schedule for the Fall,” said Kilburn.

The City of Framingham is currently advertising for the Head of Bookmobile Services position.

“We’ve had lots of requests and that’s great,” said Kilburn. “We try to fulfill all of them.”

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