Library CLosing Due To Weather
Due to the winter storm the library will be closing wednesday 11/26/2014 at 2 PM. Drive safely.
free 10 week basic computer classes to begin @ Agawam library!
Adult basic computer classes will be offered at the Agawam library on ten consecutive Thursdays, from December 4th through February 19th, from 10 to 11 A.M. The classes will cover basic commands, components and computer skills.
Please plan to attend all sessions. Also, note that space is limited to 10 people.
Call the Reference Desk at 789-1550 x8862 to register.
For more information please contact Jerome Walczak (413)-789-1550 ext. 8852
agawam community artists art show
The Agawam Community Artists and Artisans (ACAA) will have an art show at the Agawam Public Library from December 2, 2014 to December 27, 2014. Artwork will be displayed on the upstairs gallery walls and in the glass display cases. The show will include paintings, photographs, and gourds.
For more information please contact Joanne Szelag (413)-789-1550 ext. 8851; firstname.lastname@example.org
ESL: Online english learning
Learn English from any desktop, laptop, or mobile device.
To try it click the button below:
Freegal Free Music Download Service!
Freegal® is a free music download service that offers access to about 7 million songs including Sony Music's catalog of artists. Access is limited to Agawam Library patrons. Click on the button below, go to LOGIN & enter your library card number & password where it says Card Number & Pin. If you don’t know what your password is try your last name in all capitals or the last 4 numbers of your phone number. If this doesn’t work call the library & we can reset it for you.
Try it out today!
Childrens programs registration
Registration for children’s fall programs will
begin on Monday, September 22nd, with
programs starting Monday, October 6th. All
Agawam students in grades K-4 will receive
flyers sent home from school.
Info can also be found on Channel 15, at the Children’s desk and on the APL’s website
Oneclick digital: new ebook service!
The Agawam Library is now offering a collection of downloadable ebooks from Recorded Books. OneClick Digital allows patrons to download a variety of titles to your tablet, e-reader or computer.
There is an app available for portable devices. Select "OneClickdigital eReader” from your app store, download it & try it out.
Click the banner below to begin!
zinio is up & running!
Zinio - the world’s largest newsstand - is now on our library’s website! Agawam residents with a library card can download and read full, digital copies of favorite magazines on a computer, tablet or mobile device using the free Zinio Reader app, found on the Zinio website.
Click the button below to set up your Zinio account:
Additional information on how to use Zinio can be found at the Reference desk.
Local History Donations
The Agawam Library is actively collecting Local History materials. Maps and pictures of Agawam and Feeding Hills are of special interest. Please email Reference Librarian Jerome Walczak at email@example.com or call 413-789-1550 ext. 8852 if you have something you’d like to donate. Thank you.
The November issue of The Bookcase, the Agawam Public Library's newsletter, contains the latest information, news and happenings at the library.
have the bookcase emailed
Beginning in October, anyone who
wishes to receive a copy of The Bookcase
should send an email to the editor at
put “newsletter” in the subject area. Email
addresses and names will be used only for
sending the newsletter.
Agawam Massachusetts: A Town history
Looking for an interesting read? Former town historian, Edith LaFrancis' book Agawam Massachusetts: A Town History is available for purchase at the library for $20.00. Visit the Reference Desk on the lower level to purchase a copy.
free english class offered
The Agawam Public Library will offer an interactive conversational English class every Monday evening from 6:00 to 7:30, starting on September 8, 2014. This free class is sponsored by the Friends of the Agawam Library, and is open to all adult learners who are looking to improve their English in the areas of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. This course will cover grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and various aspects of conversational English.
These classes are free and open to the public. For further information or to register, please contact Judy Clini at the Agawam Public Library – 413-789-1550 x 8855, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Displays for october
Fiction Kiosk - Urban Fantasy and Paranormal
Deliso Display - Health Literacy and Breast Cancer Awareness Months
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EXHIBITS AND DISPLAYS
--- Mary Jeanne Tash Photographs
Lower Level Display Case
--- Banned Books Week
Johnson Memorial Case
Double Glass Cases
-- Pioneer Valley Homeschoolers Artwork