Saturday, May 9 fom 10 to noon, Calesky will give you the tools to get going on that writing project. Have you started a journal, thinking about a memoir, writing the next big America Novel? Okay, maybe a short story? Millie will help you focus on the path. Pre-register at the library’s main desk and get motivated.
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Take a chance on winning our lovely “Bookshelf Quilt created by North Adams native Ce Swanson. Lovingly crafted using a block technique, Ce used her new quilting machine to applique the titles of our favorite books, creating an heirloom treasure for her home town library. For more information on Swanson or to see the quilt up close come to the main circulation desk at the library. Tickets are $1/each or 6 for $5. Drawing will follow our annual books sale in September and all proceeds will benefit the library
If you inadvertently donated your Smithsonian medallions while dropping off books for the fall sale, we have them. Ask Carole at the main circ desk.
Alan Horbal will be offering “Introductory Genealogy” in May. Please see calendar for exact dates. Pre-register with Robin in Reference at 662-3133 ext.13.
Congratulations to Williamstown resident Elizabeth Kolbert for her outstanding body of work and The Sixth Extinction which just won the Pulitzer Prize for non-fiction.
Please be sure to donate gently used books in great shape. We can’t accept textbooks, encyclopedias, moldy or water-damaged books.
It’s been a long cold winter. Why not bring your family down to the public library for a little R&R and a lot of belly laughs. On Thursday nights at 5 p.m. we will put out two new family games for you to enjoy. This week try your hand at “Operation” (bones and buzzers) or the “Game of Life” (spin and win). So, step away fom the TV and all those annoying electronics and revisit your childhood.
We are looking for volunteers to help us with a Strategic Plan. The Strategic Plan is a living document that guides the library for a period of five to ten years that is submitted to the Mass. Board of Library Commissioners in October. The first of three, two-hour meetings will be held April 9 at 5:30 p.m. at the library. This first meeting is for reviewing the old long-range plan, discussing City demographics and Vision 2030 to determine the best tool for interviewing City residents, and building an outline for our plan. The second meeting will be hosted by Kristi Chadwick from the Mass Library System at a time determined by the committee. The final meeting will be scheduled for September at which point we will bring information together and draft a copy of our five to ten year projections that will guide the library into the future. Please consider joining us for this very important task. See Mindy for more information.