Ventress Memorial Library
The Ventress Memorial Library (VML) is Marshfield’s public library. It was founded in 1895 with funds provided by Seth J. Ventress, a Marshfield resident. The library has had many homes over the years, but now proudly resides at 1837 Ocean St in the center of town. Ventress boasts a variety of services for its residents ranging from children’s story and song hours, a Lego Club, teen and tween advisory groups, three different book clubs for adults, Book-A-Librarian appointments, a monthly lecture and concert series, ESL tutoring, and homebound book delivery for patrons who are unable to otherwise access the library. The library’s large collection of materials includes a wide array of children’s materials, teen books and graphic novels, comic books, large print, movies, NYT Bestsellers, magazines, newspapers, research books, wifi hotspots, and more--the library is part of the South Shore’s Old Colony Library Network (OCLN) and patrons may borrow materials from any of the 29 libraries in the network!
VML also has free internet access, computers that are free for public use, printers and a copier for a small fee, a quiet study area, a community jigsaw puzzle, and a variety of databases and e-resources for patron use.
Reserve online or call.
15 Library Plaza, Marshfield, MA 02050
Clift Rodgers Free Public Library
Clift Rodgers Library (CRL) is an informal independent library. It is one of only a few self-sufficient lending libraries left in the nation. For more than 100 years, it has rewarded those who have discovered it with a satisfying variety of reading matter.We hope you make it a habit to visit often and come to regard it as a useful and delightful part of your life.
540 Pleasant St, Marshfield Hills, MA 02051
The Library is open for in-person browsing one at a time on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-4 pm and Saturdays from 10- 1.
You may still reserve books online by email or via FaceBook comments or call and leave a message for the librarians.