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Keeping the joy of reading alive
September 8, 2015
The Perkins Library enriches the lives of book-lovers who can’t read traditional print.
When your school bell rings, Perkins Library is ready
September 3, 2015
Take advantage of Perkins Library’s back-to-school services this fall – and don’t forget to update your contact information.
Perkins Library Director named to committee on disability rights
August 12, 2015
Kim Charlson will advise Massachusetts attorney general’s office on issues important to people with disabilities.
One powerful voice
June 11, 2015
Volunteer narrator Marilyn Rea Beyer shares the secrets of bringing audio books to life during phone-in event for Perkins Library patrons.
Enjoy live theater with audio descriptions
May 19, 2015
Just in time for the summer theater season, Perkins Library offers a list of local audio-described theater performances.
May 13, 2015
Antique raised-print book returned 159 years after it was printed at Perkins School for the Blind.
Creating libraries that everybody can use
April 30, 2015
With help from Perkins, Auburn Free Public Library has become a truly accessible community resource.
Perkins lends momentum to U.N.'s push for accessible books
April 2, 2015
Perkins works to make books available to more people around the world with visual impairments.
Perkins' long history of promoting blindness education
February 20, 2015
Perkins’ mission to educate children who are blind has always extended far beyond our Watertown campus.
Liked the Oscar-nominated movie? Borrow the book from Perkins Library
January 22, 2015
Many of this year’s Oscar-nominated films started out as books, which patrons can check out from the Perkins Library.