Bridgewater Public Library

15 South Street
Bridgewater, MA 02324

508-697-3331
The Library, reflecting Bridgewater's long-standing commitment to learning, is a dynamic, accessible, and publicly supported center for the dissemination of information that meets the educational, cultural, recreational, and social needs of the greater Bridgewater community. The Bridgewater Public Library is a commonly held public resource, shared and supported by the Town of Bridgewater and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Its purpose is to insure that members of the Bridgewater community have the right and means to free and open access to information and ideas. The Library protects intellectual freedom, promotes literacy and encourages life-long learning.

Our library is a member of SEMLS (SouthEastern Massachusetts Library System), a SEMLS regional reference center, and a member of the SAILS network.
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