All programs are free and open to the public unless specifically stated. Registration may be required, as space is limited.
Ongoing Adult Programs
The Book Club meets every last Tuesday of the month at 1 pm. Copies of each month’s selection is available at the Circulation Desk. We extend an invitation to all to attend this discussion. New and occasional members are always welcome! Call the library for more information. The February 25th book club meeting read is: “Born a Crime” by Trevor Noah. The March 31st read will be “Girl Waits with Gun, A Kopp Sisters Novel” by Amy Stewart.
The writing group meets on Tuesday, 11 am at the library. New members are always welcome at this peer-run, friendly and supportive group. All forms of writing, and all levels of experience are welcome! Please contact Jennifer at 413-320-3207 or email email@example.com for more information.
All Hamptons Read
All Hamptons Read is a collaboration of multiple communities in Hampshire County designed to engage a broad cross section of our population, including children and young adults. Our goals are to foster a sense of community by bringing people together to share the experience of reading and responding to the same book, and to explore its themes in interesting and critical ways.
Books are widely distributed and free. A calendar of events is available and programming, exhibits and panel discussions may be held in each of the public libraries who participate. Please check with your librarian for more information.
Ongoing Youth Programs
Lego Club Morphs into Chess Club!
Check it out! (Get it?) This winter, come play chess with us and Andy Morris-Friedman. The club will start at square one, but everyone can join whether expert or beginner. Learn the rules and the strategies of the game of Kings and Queens! The Club will met the first Tuesday of the month from November to March at 6:30pm. Children 3rd grade and lower must be accompanied by an adult. For more information, please call Johanna.
Story Hour and Playtime
Most Wednesdays at 10:30 am during the school year. Join us for stories, songs, crafts and fun! Story Hour is designed for families and caregivers with children from birth to about 7 years old. No preregistration required.
Summer Reading Programs
Adult Summer Reading Program
Our program features suggested forays into new and interesting genres, and a great raffle prize each week! The Adult Summer Reading Program runs for about five weeks with related events to be announced and a Grand Prize Raffle at its conclusion.
Youth Summer Reading Program
Sign up early for a fun summer reading of books and earning chances for raffle prizes. Come to lots of events scheduled for all ages. Download our Summer Reading log book to learn how it works and to check out and register for our upcoming programs – and have the best summer ever!