There are still spots open in the Teen Knitting Class that starts April 1st. We have some AMAZING yarn and needles for participants to use and even take home to keep! Call the North Adams Public Library Youth Services Department to register, 413-662-3133, ext. 14.
Spring is coming and the Friends are starting to collect gently used books for their annual fall sale. We ask that you donate books, DVDs, and CDs in good condition that would be suitable for resale. Please no textbooks, condensed books, or moldy books. Puzzles and games in good condition are fine but we are no longer selling VHS or cassette tapes. Thank you for supporting your local library with donations.
It’s that time of year. We have the new, simplified federal tax forms, non-resident forms, state tax booklets and other tax information up on the second floor outside the reference department. Here are some more links to get you started.
If you haven’t experienced “Access On Demand” look under E-Resources and sign up with your valid library card for a host of informational films designed for inquiring minds. Featured this month —ten engineering projects that changed the course of American history. Or ace your “Women’s History Month” term paper by discovering some truly unique American ladies.
Beginning February 6, MassHire will be holding office hours in the library’s cafe on the first floor from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesdays. We are pleased to partner with MassHire and hope their presence here will support our patrons and residents who may be looking for work, polishing their resumes, or looking for other employment support. Library patrons are still welcome to read the local papers or select magazines from the cafe but we politely request that you do not use the room for family visits, lengthy phone calls or other types of meetings on that day. You are welcome to take magazines and newspapers into other areas of the library.
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