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2/24 Immersive Living History Experience presented by History At Play™, LLC on 3/2 @ 7PM

Register for an Immersive Living History Experience presented by History At Play™, LLC, starring Living Historian Jon F. Rice, online. The video will be available for 48 hours starting 03/02 @ 7 PM. Register here. Continued »

2/22 There’s still time to submit a Valentine!

There’s still time to send valentines to the Stevens  💓💌💝! Just because Valentine’s Day is over, doesn’t mean we can’t spread love.

The MA Board of Library Commissioners use the valentines to raise awareness with State legislators, so when the State Budget is prepared, the budget includes funds for public libraries. Valentines are virtual this year and easy to do, go to  And, you can send as many as you like and to all the libraries you use 💓!

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02/21 Week 4 of Black History Month Events

Week 4 of Black History Month is about to begin. Have you registered for the event? Be sure to register on our Calendar. 

Week 4’s events are:

  • Monday 2/22:  The Power of Protest Images in the Black Freedom Struggle @ 7 PM
  • Tuesday 02/23: The Lost History of President James Madison’s Black Family @ 7 PM
  • Sunday 02/28: Racism & Civil Rights: A Historical Perspective @ 2 PM

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2/14 Week 3 of Black History Month Events

Week 3 of Black History Month is about to begin. Have you registered for the event? Be sure to register on our Calendar. 

This week has only one event, but it’s bound to be a special one. Join us at 7PM online for The Kidnapping Club: Slavery in the North.
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2/8 Girls Who Code 10 Week Program Begins 03/04 ONLINE

Learn to code, change the world. Beginning March 4, join us for an 8 week course to learn how to program and code. The course builds towards a final project. Register here!

For girls in grades 6-12.

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February 2021: Black History Month Events

We have eleven amazing Black History Month events coming up in collaboration with Tewksbury Public Library, Libraries Working Towards Social Justice, and the State Library of Massachusetts. For details and registration please visit our Calendar. 

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Wednesdays: Greater Lowell 50+ Job Seekers Networking Group virtual meeting

The 50+ Job Seekers Group meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month, from 9:30am to 11:30am, via Zoom. This FREE professional forum lets you network  with peers in a safe and comfortable environment conducive to developing new relationships and developing skills and strategies to help in your career transition. Register to receive the link.

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Curbside Pickup Protocols

Curbside pickup at the Clock Tower Entrance:

  • At the time of your appointment, park and go to the lower level entrance on Middlesex Street (under the giant clock).
  • Please make sure you are wearing a mask.
  • If the staff member does not see you, ring the doorbell (“For Deliveries”)
  • Step back six feet so staff can open the door safely.
  • Staff will open the door, ask for your name (and if necessary, library card number), and set your bag on the nearby table.
  • Enjoy your library materials!

Stevens Memorial Library’s no-contact curbside pickup is available by appointment while the building is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  All materials must be reserved ahead of pickup.  You will be notified, by call / email / text, when your items are ready.  For more information and FAQs please look at our Curbside Pickup page. 

Don’t have a library card? Sign-up now!

Don’t have a library card? Sign up now! Send an email to and include your full name, North Andover address, and a phone number.  You can use your library card to schedule curbside pickup, library visits, plus all of our online resources!

Reading Recommendations

Not sure what to read next? Fill out a Reader Request for personalized book recommendations, for all ages. Indicate your preferred format: print and audiobooks, e-books and e-audiobooks. You should receive a follow up within 2 days and provide you with at least 3 titles.

Library news: pick your method

Add Stevens to one of your regular news methods to receive the latest Library information.  Follow the Library on FaceBook, Twitter, or email news via the website (sign up on the main page.) Library events are also found on the channel Bulletinboard.  Recorded programs are available on our Youtube channel.  And, you’re always welcome to call the Library when it’s open: the Reference Desk, ext. 42016.   Look for “StevensMemLib” whatever source you use (there’s another Stevens Memorial in Ashburnham, MA).

Employment Support: searching, resume prep, interview skills and more

Visit the Employment Support page to assist in job searches, resume prep, and career and business development. The page is accessible at home, all you need is your library card number and pin. Check out the page by clicking here. Continued »

Donation questions?

Donations are not being accepted at the Library building until further notice. Questions about donations can be emailed to the Friends of the Stevens Memorial Library care  of   We appreciate the many wonderful donations given in the past to the Library and look forward to the future.