Manomet Branch


The Manomet Branch Library, at 12 Strand Avenue, maintains a wide selection of adult and children’s materials, as well as music CDs and DVDs of feature films.  You can also reserve and pick up discounted passes to the New England Aquarium and the Boston Museum of Science here.

Programming at the branch includes programs for both children and adults. On Monday mornings we offer Mother Goose on the Loose (a lapsit program for babies under the age of 18 months for which registration is required), plus Manomet Story Time, a chance for parents, caregivers, and children ages 6 and under to enjoy books, songs, rhymes, and movement activities together while developing early literacy skills.

Branch News

Are you a fan of podcasts? Or would you enjoy learning more about them? Join us for NASA's Gravity Assist podcasts! We are listening to these broadcasts at 7:00 PM on selected Thursday evenings at the Manomet Branch Library and hosting discussions led by Library Associate Kate Gomes. The  podcasts this month are “Venus with David Grinspoon" (the 15th) and  “Earth with Tom Wagner” (the 22nd) – Follow this link for more information.

Come learn about the art of winemaking and meet local winemaker, Jacquelyn Groeper who, along with Karen Schilke, started Artis Winery in Pembroke in 2016! Join us on Thursday, August 29th at 5:30 PM - registration is required! Follow this link to learn more and to sign up.

Branch Services

Manomet Branch provides reference assistance, a photocopier and Internet access via two public computers. We also provide free Wi-Fi. Library staff is available to answer questions and offer help in placing holds and answering any questions you may have about using the library.

Book Clubs at the Branch

Manomet Book Groups

  • Do you love history and great discussion? History enthusiasts are encouraged to join us for an engaging discussion of important topics of the past at our History Book Group. The group meets one Thursday per month at 4:00 p.m. to discuss the month’s selection. Copies of the book are available one month prior at the branch library.
  • Do you love reading classics? Have you been looking for a book discussion group to join? The Vintage Reads book group reads and discusses novels from the Twentieth Century and earlier, focusing on novels and authors that have stood the test of time. We meet one Thursday per month at 7:00 pm. Some of the classics we read are popular while others are more unconventional and unfamiliar.
  • For information about upcoming titles, click here.

Call us at 508-830-4185 for further information.