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Springfield, NJ 07081
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  • Wowbrary!


    A weekly email newsletter alerting you to the newest titles acquired by the library!

  • Bookmark Contest Winners!!

    Bookmark Contest Winners!!

    Winners of the Springfield Free Public Library's bookmark design contest proudly show off their winning entries. Standing (left to right) are Julia Gage and Lily Periera. Seated (left to right) are Emily Yesowitz, Grace Periera, and Olivia Lander. Copies of the winning bookmarks are available at the library.

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  • LUCCy award

    LUCCy award

    SFPL is the proud recipient of the 2015 LUCCy Award for our dedication to library services and library patrons this past summer.

  • Museum Passes

    Museum Passes

    Springfield residents can check out passes to different museums! NEW this year are passes to the Morris Museum, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum of Art and the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center!

  • Michael Martin Art Exhibit

    Michael Martin Art Exhibit

    Oil paintings by Morris County resident Michael Martin will be on exhibit at the Donald B. Palmer Museum of the Springfield Free Public Library from June 6th to June 30th.

  • Library Friends Children's Book Sale

    Library Friends Children's Book Sale

    The Friends of Springfield Free Public Library will hold a Children's Book Sale from July 11 - 13 in the Meeting Room. Sale hours will be from 10 am - 4 pm each day.

  • Teen Film Project

    Teen Film Project

    Watch this short public service announcement written, filmed, and produced by members of the library's Teen Film Club.

  • There Was No App For That

    There Was No App For That

    Have you ever wondered what you’d do without a tablet or smartphone? Our “There Was No App for That” exhibit provides a glimpse into technology two hundred years ago. It's free and open to the public through Nov. 15th. (in the Donald B. Palmer Museum).


The Springfield Free Public Library strives to provide free, open and timely access to ideas and information from around the world which will satisfy the different intellectual pursuits of the library public, provide cultrual enrichment activities and resources, and offer an environment conducive to the pursuit of learning, relaxation and the development of a broader sense of community.