December 10th at 6:30

Come join the Wednesday Night Book Group
Wednesday, December 10th at 6:30
to talk about the book
The Christmas Train by David Baldacci

christmas train

All are welcome at this FREE program.

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Friday, December 5th

Come join us at the senior center to talk about the book
The book Group will meet on Friday, December 5th at 12;30 at the senior center.

christmas train

All are welcome at this FREE event.

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Pay down those old fines and feed the community at the same time!

During the month of November, bring in any non-perishable food/grocery item and we’ll apply $1 per item towards your overdue Oxford fines.*

All donations will benefit The Oxford Food Shelf.

*does not apply as payment for lost/replacement materials.

Anything you would purchase for your family will be gladly accepted.  Special dietary items like low-sodium, gluten-free, nut-free, or organic non-perishables plus paper products and toiletry items are also in high demand.

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New Books on Oxford Kindles!

There are  four new books available on the Kindles here at the Oxford Library.  Come in and check one out!


Remember, you must have your library card with you to borrow a kindle, and you can borrow an ereader for three weeks, no renewals.

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Online Catalog

Where can I go to find out what books the library has? Just look at the Online Catalog. If you are looking for just kids book; take a look at the Kid’s Catalog.


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Oxford Memories

Interested in Local History; how about old town photos? If the answer is yes, then you would be interested in Oxford Memories. Oxford Memories is a digital collection of photographs from Oxford, Massachusetts, maintained by Earl Holmberg. You can learn more about Oxford History at our Local History page.

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Ancestry Library Edition and HeritageQuest


The Oxford Public Library now  has access to Ancestry Library Edition, as well as HeritageQuest. Both Ancestry and HeritageQuest are common tools in researching one’s family history. Ancestry is accessible only at the library on any of the 16 public computers that we have.You don’t have to make an appointment to use Ancestry, however if you would like a staff member to help you with it, you may call ahead and request an appointment. One can access the database by using the link below.

HeritageQuest is currently only accessible in the library, but will soon be usable on your home computer. Simply use the link below and begin searching! HeritageQuest has access to Periodicals, Books, and different records that Ancestry does not supply that may pertain to your family history!

For more information call the Adult Circulation desk at (508)987-6003 x221.

ShowImageYou can also find the links under our “Local History and Ancestry” tab on the upper menu.

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