Fiske Public Library
110 Randall Road, Wrentham MA 508-384-5440


The Digital Library never closes! Simply enter your library card number and pin when prompted (what's my pin number?)

Library Remains Closed To the Public 

Updated 2/9/21
The NEW BOOK LISTINGS PAGE WAS JUST UPDATED AGAIN so you can see what has been arriving since November when it was last updated!!  
Our CURBSIDE DELIVERY for materials that are on the shelves or have been requested from other libraries since delivery has now resumed is NOW be available Tuesday from 2-7:30 and Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 2:00-4:00PM. 

The way Curbside Delivery works is :
1. You can place a hold on an item using the SAILS e-catalog on the library website or call us at 508-384-5440 x2 with your request(s) Be sure to include your name and telephone number and library card barcode if you need to leave a message. PLEASE call if you do not want to reserve online so we can check the shelves and have your items ready for pickup. If you just come to the door looking for something we can not always help. 
3. When you arrive at the library during the pickup hours 
-Wait at the door if there are no other patrons waiting.
-Call to let us know you have arrived or simply ring the doorbell located above the bookdrop.
4. We will bring your item(s) to the front door.


Scheduling an appointment (over 75 at this time)
The quickest and easiest way to schedule an appointment or check availability is to use the online system at
Individuals 75 and older who are unable to use or have difficulty accessing the internet to schedule an appointment online may use the Massachusetts Vaccine Scheduling Resource Line by calling 2-1-1 The Resource Line operates Monday to Friday 8:30AM to 5:00PM. Individuals will be able to speak to a representative live on the phone to assist in getting an appointment through the State's online system. These representatives have the same access to appointments as on the public website; it will not give individuals access to additional appointments. 
Please note, due to the high demand for appointments and limited vaccine supply, it may take weeks to secure an available appointment. 

At this time we CANNOT accept any donations of materials. If you wish to discard anything you can bring it and put it into the two white bins at the end of the parking lot. PLEASE do not leave materials at the front door. 
Noreen Johnson will be offering ANOTHER SESSION of Zoom Yoga classes beginning Wednesday 2/17 and continuing 2/24, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17 and 3/24 from 6:30-7:45. Cost is $48 for the six sessions.
A check to the Friends of the Fiske must be received before the date of the first class. The check can be sent to Fiske Library 110 Randall Road (note on the envelope YOGA) or dropped off in person at the Library. Be sure on the check it is noted it is for Yoga. Along with the check an email address needs to be given so the link for the Zoom Class can be sent before the session begins. Since the Library is not open if you bring your check you need to ring the doorbell or call to say you are here.

Attention parents and teachers of students in grades 4-8: Pick up your free student activity booklets and cipher wheel at Fiske Public Library. 
Code with Google
Explore computer science without a computer
CS First Unplugged:
Supports students who are learning at home
Gives everyone a break from their screens
Demonstrates that Computer Science is a lot more than just code.
CS First Unplugged includes a printable booklet that contains three computational thinking activities in which students (grades 4-8) learn about how computer science helps us communicate and stay connected with people around the world.
CS First is one of many Google initiatives focused on computer science education
Teachers:  If you would like to receive a set for your class call the library and we will send a set over to the school for you!

Yes! Pick up a free toy/craft kit in front of the library. Fun, screen free, hands-on activity for the whole family. What other toys can you make from items in your recycle bin?
Happy Crafting!  

Ancestry researchers: We have been told that ANCESTRY.COM will continue to offer free remote access to our patrons until the end of March. Now you can relax at home and continue your research.  We hope you take advantage of this wonderful product. You’ll find how to access it on our website under Resources - Online Databases.

Friends of the Fiske Annual Appeal
Due to the ongoing pandemic, the Friends will not be holding their annual appeal this year. To read their special message, please go to the Friends page.

Bag of Books Surprise! (for kids, teens and adults) No Peeking!!
Courtesy of the Friends of the Fiske. Donations are not mandatory, but are very gratefully accepted. You may put a donation in the Book Return slot or mail a donation to the Friends of the Fiske, 110 Randall Road, Wrentham. You may also make a donation via PayPal. Just go to and click on the PayPal button. Thank you and happy reading!

Welcome to Fiske Public Library

Welcome to Fiske Public Library

Boston Bruins' Signed Jersey
Fiske Library Earns Bruins’ signed jersey as part of Summer Challenge
Fiske Public Library is one of  a select group libraries in Massachusetts to receive Boston Bruins prizes for their outstanding participation in the first ever First Lady of the Commonwealth and Blades Summer Reading Challenge. Elizabeth Nadow, Children’s Librarian, was excited to be a prize winner. “Our library users worked hard this summer to reach our goal, and this prize is a testament to their hard work reading.”
The library will use the jersey as a raffle prize during our PJ drive this winter.  For each pair of new PJ’s that our patrons donate they will receive a raffle coupon for the jersey!   Each winter we collect new PJ’s in partnership with the Boston Bruins for children living in homeless or low-income situations in Massachusetts.
The Boston Bruins and First Lady Lauren Baker teamed up for the challenge this year as a way to keep residents involved with their library’s summer reading program during a time when library buildings were closed because of COVID-19. In total, challenge participants read over 11,000 books and over 1.7 million minutes.
“Summer reading is fun, but it’s also an important part of students’ academic success because it helps them avoid the summer slide,” said James Lonergan, MBLC Director. Kids who read just four books over the summer do better on reading-comprehension tests in the fall than their peers who read one or no books over the summer.
In 2019, more than 500,000 people participated in statewide summer reading programs in libraries across the Commonwealth. Massachusetts has offered statewide online summer reading programs since 2007. To learn more about the benefits of summer reading, please visit The statewide Summer Library Program is made possible through federal funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

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Pajama Drive !
Shopping for the holidays? Please consider picking up a pair of new pajamas for our annual PJ drive. Once again we will be collecting PJ's for homeless and low income children and teens in Massachusetts in partnership with the Boston Bruins until March 15, 2021. 
This year, as part of the PJ Drive we will be raffling off the Bruins’ signed jersey awarded for outstanding participation in the first ever First Lady of the Commonwealth and Blades Summer Reading Challenge. 
Drop off your PJ's during curbside pickup or leave your name and phone number with the PJ's and we will enter your name in the raffle to win the signed Bruins Jersey. One raffle ticket for each pair donated. The more PJ's you  donate the more raffle tickets you will receive!! Thank You

New at the Library - Showcase Cinema TIckets!
You can now purchase discounted Showcase Cinema tickets at FISKE thanks to the FRIENDS OF THE FISKE.
Tickets at $10.00 each, good at any Showcase Cinema in the U.S. (NOTE : Lux Level, 3-D Movies and other special theatres are subject to an additional fee at the theater.)
Not valid for telephone or online orders. See ticket for all rules. No limit for Wrentham residents, limit of 2 tickets for non-Wrentham residents. The ticket purchased at the Library must be exchanged at theater box office for admission ticket. NO EXPIRATION.

Southwick Zoo
We still have tickets left thanks to the FRIENDS OF THE FISKE which will be good when the Zoo reopens. These tickets are $20.00 each, no limit for Wrentham card holders, limited to 2 tickets for non-Wrentham card holders. (Admission this past season was $29 for Adults, $25 for Children (3-12) and $22 for Senior Citizens)
You MUST have your library card to get the tickets. The tickets do not expire so get them now !! GREAT FOR GIFT GIVING!!!!

 See the Fiske Museum Passes page for more details

110 Randall Road
Wrentham, MA 02093
508-384-5440 Phone
508-384-5443 Fax
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Tuesday 10am-8pm
Wednesday 10am-8pm
Thursday 10am-8pm
Friday 10am-5pm
Saturday 10am-4pm (Closed July & August)