Monday - Thursday
10 am - 8 pm

10 am - 3 pm
July - August 10 am - 1pm


Still Alice
Tuesday, May 19th
6:00 pm

Family Movie Night

Tuesday, May 12th
6:00 pm

Registration Required. Call 978-422-6409 to register.

Story Hour

Registration starts
Tuesday, April 21st

6 Week Program starts
Monday, May 4th

Ages 3 and Up
2:00 pm

Ages 18 Months - 3
10:30 am

Ages 3 and Up
10:30 am

Ages 3 and Up
2:00 pm

Registration Required. Call 978-422-6409 to register.

Clubs and Meetings

Drop-In Knitting
Every Tuesday on the Lower Level
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Book Club

6:30 pm
Third Thursday of the Month

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne

Cookbook Club

6:30 pm

Last Wednesday of the Month

Registration is limited. Call 978-422-6409 to register.

The Chopped Cookbook

Classic Book Club

1:00 pm
First Wednesday of the Month

The Turn of the Screw by Henry James


Anti-Bullying and Harassment Program for Parents
On Tuesday, April 28th at 6:00 p.m., a representative from the District Attorney’s Office for Worcester County will present a special program on bullying and harassment prevention. The program is geared toward parents of school-aged children and is presented in conjunction with "One Book, One Sterling, 2015.” This year’s selection is Wonder, by R. J. Palacio, a novel dealing with themes of being different, bullying, and the importance of building kindness and empathy in our communities.

The program will be held in the Baker Room of the Conant Public Library. Registration is required; please call 978-422-6409 to register.

Birds of the New England Swamp
Wildlife photographer Peter Christoph presents a narrated slideshow, sharing both his award-winning images and his photographic secrets as he brings you inside a typical New England swamp. On Wednesday May 6th at 3:30 pm and 6:30pm Peter provides an intimate look into the many varieties of birds that inhabit our swamps, including ospreys and herons, shorebirds, woodpeckers, and other cavity dwellers. Sloshing and crawling through the swamp so you don't have to, Peter captures the bird's many activities including building the nest, feeding their young, and catching their prey. You'll almost want to bring your own wading boots and bug spray for protection as you sit down to watch this captivating presentation.

Registration required. Call 978-422-6409 to register.

The Busy Life of Beavers
This spring, you may notice some of Sterling’s busiest residents hard at work on the Rail Trail or other local beaver hangouts. The Conant Public Library invites you to join local naturalist and educator, Terri Klingler, on Saturday, May 9th at 10:30 a.m., for an informative and engaging talk about beavers.

The program will be held in the Baker Room of the Conant Public Library. Appropriate for adults and older children with adult accompaniment. Registration is required; please call 978-422-6409 to register.

Scholarship Information

 The Conant Public Library has hard copies of many local area scholarship forms available at our circulation desk and on display at the library, including The Holden Garden Club Annual Scholarship, Sterling EMS, Inc. Scholarship, and the Sterling Chocksett Club.

Several scholarship applications are also available online:

Sterling Chocksett Club

Holden Garden Club

If you have a problem accessing our online services, please contact us at onlinehelp@sterlinglibrary.org.