We are closing at 5pm tonight July 3, 2017. We are also closed tomorrow Tuesday July 4th. We will reopen on Wednesday July 5th for our regular hours.
Agawam, MA, June 29, 2017 at 6:30: Liz Roman, avid ice cream fan and writer of Inside Scoop is back again this summer with more ice cream! She will discuss how she rates ice cream based on flavor, texture and mix-ins, and allow the grown-ups to give it a try! The results may be part of her column in an upcoming edition of The Republican! Liz is also a reporter for MassLive.Com and El Pueblo Latino.
This event is for adults only and space is limited! Tickets must be picked up in advance and shown at the door. Call 789-1550 x4 or register online at www.agawamlibrary.org beginning June 1st.
All Summer Reading Program events are sponsored by one of more of the following: Agawam Center Library Association, MA Cultural Council, MA Library System, Boston Bruins, MA Board of Library Commissioners & CSLP.
Agawam, MA, June 26, 2017 from 6:30-8:30 pm: Visit the Agawam Public Library to meet and greet 12 local authors, enjoy refreshments provided by Partner’s and sign up for Adult Summer Reading Program events! Books will be available for purchase and signing at this event.
The theme this summer is “Build A Better World”. Check out all the events on www.agawamlibrary.org .
This event requires no registration but it is geared for adults.
The Library will be closed on Saturdays for the Summer. Our last open Saturday is June 10th. We will resume Saturday hours after Labor Day.
Agawam, MA, June 5, 2017 at 7:00 pm:
Sharon Hawkes, director of the Nahant Public Library and “Lymebrarian” will present a program on the basics of tick-borne diseases, which will include: what to watch for, prevention & treatment and how to find good information & support. Hawkes also is the director of The Lymebrary, www.lymebrary.org, an online component to the STOP LYME Project.
The reference handbook STOP LYME: Information for Tick-Borne Disease Prevention, Identification and Patient Care is available at the Agawam Library Reference desk.
Please call 789-1550 x4 or register for this program online at www.agawamlibrary.org.
- CW/Mars has launched a new mobile Library App that gives you easy access to all your Agawam Library needs, anytime you want, on any smartphone or tablet. Just visit your App store to download the CW MARS app and you will always have the Agawam Library at your fingertips for: account renewal & requests, the catalog, Overdrive for downloading e-books and audiobooks, events at the library, and our website.
Agawam, MA: The Agawam Public Library is looking for local authors that would like to participate in our 6th annual READLocal book signing event to be held on Monday, June 26, 2017 from 6:30-8:30. READLocal will be the kick-off event to the Adult Summer Reading Program.
The event will be held in Community Room and each author will have their own table on which to set up a display, network with other authors, greet readers and sell books. Throughout the event, each author will have a few minutes with a microphone to speak about their book.
Interested authors must have published a book for adults and not have previously participated in an author event at the Agawam Library. Book summary and contact information should be sent to Wendy McAnanama at firstname.lastname@example.org by May 13, 2017. Space is limited to 11 authors.
The May issue of The Bookcase, the Agawam Public Library’s newsletter, contains the latest information, news and happenings at the library.
May 1, 2017 at 7:00: Author Ellen Meeropol returns to the APL with her newest novel, Kinship of Clover, a work of political fiction.
Botany major, Jeremy, was nine when the vines first wrapped themselves around him and burrowed into his skin. Now he is desperately looking for a way to listen to the plants and stave off their extinction. Encountering a group of climate-justice activists whose devotion may have him tangled up in more trouble than he was prepared for, the question becomes, “How far is too far?”
Meeropol, a former nurse practitioner and part-time bookseller, is also the author of On Hurricane Island and House Arrest and the dramatic program, Carry it Forward, about the Rosenberg Fund for Children.
Please call 789-1550 x4 or register online at www.agawamlibrary.org.
April 27-29, 2017: All supplies have been donated and now it’s time to “shop” (for free)! Stop by the Agawam Library on Thursday, April 27th from 5-7, Friday, April 28th from 3-5 or Saturday, April 29th from 10-12. Bags will be supplied and shoppers may fill one bag per day. Try a new craft or restock your current project!