Digital Download Center

Learn about how you can download ebooks, audiobooks, movies, and music from the Westfield Memorial Library.


Library App Place

Get library apps for ereaders, databases, library barcodes, government services and more!

Zinio

Zinio is the Westfield Memorial Library's new magazine database. 

Zinio gives you intuitive navigation and search features.  Zinio gives you the magazine articles in their original formats with all illustrations and charts included and even video and audio.   

Overdrive Advantage

Overdrive Advantage is a special service that the Westfield Library subscribes to that provides additional licenses for ebooks. Thanks to Overdrive Advantage, you have a shorter waittime for ebooks.

Reference Department

Resources compiled by the Westfield Memorial Library's Reference Department.

Wowbrary!

Sign up for Wowbrary and get updates about the Westfield Library's newest books, DVDs, CDs, programs and more!

Book Club Kits

Each kit contains ten paperback copies of the same title, discussion questions, and other resources. You can check out a kit and distribute the books among your book club members. Each member now has a copy of the next book to be discussed without any extra work at all. Convenient and easy!

Affordable Care Act Information

Learn about the Affordable Care Act from these federal, state, and AARP resources.

Facebook

Learn about upcoming events and see photos of events that just happened with our Facebook page!

Cardstar

Cardstar lets you store your Westfield Library barcode (or any other barcode) on your mobile device.

Career Resources

Learn about ebooks, audiobooks, Freading, music videos, and more!

The Westfield Booktalker

The Youth Services Librarians at the Westfield Memorial Library collaborate on a blog, The Westfield Booktalker, featuring our own reviews of young people's books in our collection. Take a look and please comment!

Book Club Kits for Kids

We have Book Club Kits for parent/child discussion groups, including multiple copies of the same book, with questions and activity. Ask us about these!

Click here for more information.

Salsa from the Jose Obando Trio

This fabulous trio will perform music from Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, andLatin Jazz. There is a dance lesson and a discussion on the historical development of the music and its instruments!

Wednesday, February 4, 7:00-8:30 PM

Profiles of African-American Woman: A One-Woman Show

The Friends of the Library are pleased to present 'Profiles of African American Women in History, Black Life and American Culture'  The annual Martin Luther King program will feature six African American women including Madame C.J. Walker, millionaire; 'Stagecoach Mary Fields, first female mail carrier; Edmonia Lewis, sculptor; Margaret Murray Washington, wife of Booker T. Washington;  Bessie Coleman,  first African American female pilot; and Regina M. Anderson first African American librarian in New York. Actress Lisa G Fleming will perform in this her original production , portraying all six women. (Snow date:  March 4)

Wednesday, February 11, 7:00-8:30 PM

Gardens of the Garden State

Gardens of the Garden State celebrates the rich and complex garden world of New Jersey, vividly illustrated through a selection of both outstanding public gardens and magnificent private ones.New Jersey presents an array of surprising diversity.  Its temperate climate makes it possible to grow a wide range of plants, while its complex topography, ranging from high mountains to rolling hills and flat basins, demand innovative approaches to design.
  
Authors Nancy Berner and Susan Lowry are a highly regarded garden writing team. Please celebrate with them our state's astonishing wealth of gardens.

Wednesday, February 18, 7:00-8:30 PM

Computer Classes

Classes are taught on a variety of topics and for users of all abilities. Classes are free and taught on library-provided laptops.

Please click here for a complete schedule of classes.

TGIF

Please click here for a TGIF schedule.

Father Goose's Tales

In this shadow puppet show, Mother Goose has taken the day off, and Father Goose must do all her chores, including the storytelling.  But try as he might, he just can't get the stories right...

For more information, check out www.nappyspuppets.com

Saturday, January 31, 10:30-11:30 AM

Scavenger Hunt

Get ready for our annual scavenger hunt at the library! Work in teams to search for clues and information for prizes.

A brief orientation will precede the hunt, so please be prompt.

Wednesday, February 4, 7:00-8:15 PM

The Jester Jim Show

With nothing more than a trunk full of props, Jester Jim will have you cracking up in your seat! Juggling, balancing, beatboxing, and comedy - this show is packed with fun and excitement.

Saturday, February 14, 10:30-11:30 AM

A Night of Astronomy

Join Amateur Astronomers Inc. from the Sperry Observatory for a fascinating talk about the night sky, followed by a chance to view the sky through telescopes provided by the group.

Tuesday, February 17, 7:00-8:30 PM

Pages for All Ages

Join us for stories, songs and rhymes the whole family will enjoy!

Tuesday, February 4, 10:30-11:00 AM

Afternoon 4's and 5's

Stories, crafts and fun!

Tuesday, February 3, 1:00-1:30 PM

Time for 3's Storytime

Stories, songs, rhymes and more.

Wednesday, February 4, 10:30-11:00 AM

2's on Thursday Storytime

Stories, songs, finger-plays and movement activities.

Thursday, February 5, 10:30-11:00 AM

Playgroup for Babies

Come for a Lapsit story and stay for Playgroup! Moms, dads, caregivers and babies 0-23 months are invited to socialize and interact in our program room. We'll provide playmats, board books and simple toys.

Friday, January 30, 10:00-10:45 AM

Monday - Thursday, 9:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Friday 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Sunday: 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM