Services

Annual Book Sale

Library Services for our Community

  • Free loan of books, e-books, e-magazines, magazines, cake pans, audio books, DVDs, electronic games, cake pans, museum passes, & musical CDs
  • Access to materials from other libraries via interlibrary loan, within our system and beyond.
  • Reference information to answer all sorts of questions.  Also Gale Virtual Reference Library.
  • Wireless internet access & word processing on 10 public computers or your own laptop.   Wireless internet access is available 24 hours a day, even when the library is closed, from our patio or parking lot.
  • Children’s summer reading program, summer camp, weekly story time & special programs throughout the year
  • Teen area featuring 3 dedicated laptops, fiction, nonfiction, graphic novels, audio books, magazines and games.  Check out our college resources!
  • Programs for the whole family – check for monthly calendar of offerings
  • Programs for adults throughout the year
  • Museum Pass Program: check out a museum on us!   Passes are available for The Berkshire Museum, Hancock Shaker Village, MASS MoCA, and The Sterling & Francine Clark Art Institute.   Call ahead to reserve.   Passes are checked out for 2 days.  One pass at a time per household.
  • Seed Exchange Program: A selection of donated vegetable, flower and herb seeds. The seeds are free, and you may take as many or as few as you would like. If you are a beginner and would like some planting advice, leave your name and contact information at the desk and we will try to connect you with an experienced gardener to answer your questions. If you have some seeds to donate, drop them off at the front desk during library hours.
  • Large-print books/computer screen magnification & speaking capability on public access computer
  • Public printer and photocopier (.25 per page), fax machine (1.00 per page) and tax forms
  • Handicapped accessible
  • Public meeting room available for use by local groups and organizations.  Ask at the front desk for an application and scheduling availability.
  • Book Delivery for home-bound residents – this service must be arranged in advance
  • If you would like to sponsor a Museum Pass or contribute to another program or project, please speak to Laurenne Teachout, library director.