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?)

The Fiske Public Library hosts many recurring programs for children of all ages. On weekdays we offer programs for babies, toddlers and preschoolers. During after-school hours and school vacations we offer programs for children of all ages. Our programs include story times, crafts, family nights, and many wonderful performances. All of our programs are free! You can find upcoming programs listed below and by checking the library’s online calendar, or the print newsletter which is always available at the circulation desk.

Special events are listed below. Click here to jump to Recurring Programs

Upcoming Special Events

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

Something New to Try at the Fiske Library!!
Are you looking for a new outdoor hobby? Something to do alone or with your kids while social distancing? How about geocaching which is the world's largest treasure hunt? Visit to watch an instructional video, download a free app, then put on your sneakers and enjoy! Guess what?? You can find your first cache at Fiske Public Library! Come find our Bibliocache! Reason why you may want to try to find it: You'll find that discovery, exploration and adventure still exist in the real world. It gets you outside! It's a great way to stay healthy while having fun. It's fun for the whole family. You'll discover places you never knew existed right in your own neighborhood. You will have stories to last a lifetime. Enjoy and share!!

Ukulele Sing-Along with Miss Liz can now be found on its own page under Children & Teens. Click here to view all of Miss Liz's "Happy Song Sing-Alongs"!


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Book Buddies – Read to a Dog
TIME: 3:30 - 4:30pm (Blocks of 15 minutes)
Does your child like reading and dogs? Sign up today to read to Lily, a trained therapy dog, at Fiske Library. Lily is a Bassett hound mix who came to live with the Winmill family 5 years ago from a rescue in Tennessee. She went to school like you, and became a “Therapy dog" and a" Reading Buddy" She is a happy gentle pup with velvet ears and polka dot spots. She loves the Library and loves to hear stories about animals (especially bunnies!) She has many jobs including visiting the elderly and cheering up college students during exam periods but her favorite time is spending time with children who read her stories. Lily can’t wait to meet you!
Beth Winmill has been a resident in Wrentham for 53 years and her children actually used the original library and went to elementary school here. She recently retired as a Professor of Nursing at CCRI and is enjoying her leisure time…especially with Lily in various venues.
Stop by the circulation desk or call the Library at (508) 384-5440 to register.

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Babies and Books
WHEN: Thursdays
TIME: 10:00am
AGES: Birth - 23 months
Connect with your baby through stories, rhymes, songs, and play. Drop-in, No Registration required. Programs are free but canned good donations will be gratefully accepted for the Wrentham Food Pantry.

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Lego Block Party Thursday
Thursday is Lego Block Party Day at Fiske Library. Come join in on the fun anytime between the hours of 10:30AM-8:00PM. Stop at the circulation desk to sign into the Children's Program Room. All children must be accompanied and supervised by a parent or caregiver. Thank you to the Friends of the Fiske for purchasing great new bins and a tarp to hold our Legos which were donated by a generous patron!

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Imagination Playground
Stop in to build with the Giant Blue Blocks in the Imagination Playground in the children's program room during regular library hours. Stop at the circulation desk to sign into the room. This Indoor Playground is supported with funds from THE FRIENDS OF FISKE. 

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)