The mission of the Boonton Holmes Public Library is to make the library an inviting focal point for the community, encourage a love of reading and life-long learning, preserve Boonton’s local history and offer patrons technology that extends access to ideas and information.
The library will be temporarily closed from Wednesday, January 20th through Saturday, February 6th for deep cleaning. Curbside pickup will be available from January 25th through February 6th. All online programs will continue as scheduled.
For a full list of library events, CLICK HERE or on the calendar icon and use the keyword "Library" to search the town calendar.
History of the Boonton Holmes Pubic Library
The Boonton Holmes Public Library’s historic building was willed to the people of Boonton by James Holmes for use as a public library. Our doors opened in 1894 and we have been proudly serving the Town of Boonton ever since. Over the years the library has shared our building with the Boonton Times Newspaper, Heavenly Temptations, and even the local chapter of the Free Masons. After acquiring rights to the entire building, the library underwent an complete renovation to expand and provide an even greater level of service.