58 Maple St., Hinsdale, MA
Thursday 3 – 7
Friday 2 – 6
Saturday 9 – 1
Monday 9 – 1
Tuesday 2 – 6
Wednesday 3 – 7
New Library Director begins October 1
Jennifer Cummings' will begin her tenure as the Hinsdale Library Director on Friday, October 1, replacing longtime Director Tom Butler. To read more about Jennifer and the transition, click here.
VACANCY FOR THE HINSDALE LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES
The Hinsdale Public Library Board of Trustees is looking for a volunteer interested in becoming one of the members of the Town Library Committee.
Meetings are the first Tuesday of every month at the library. The Board consists of three town appointed members and six lifetime members. The job of the Board is to oversee the operation and maintenance of the Hinsdale Public Library.
Celebrating 150 years of service in a uniquely historic setting, a friendly, knowledgeable team is here to help you find what you need. Get info for school assignments, personal research, senior services, local history, community news and events – and more. Young Adult Fiction, Children’s Literature, Adult Fiction and Nonfiction – we stay current with publishing trends. If we don’t have it, we’re more than happy to borrow or purchase.
Free passes are available. Pick them up today, or reserve in advance.
Berkshire Botanical Garden
DCR State Parks - parking pass
Eric Carle Museum
Hancock Shaker Village
Norman Rockwell Museum – admission reduced to $10 per person
Susan B. Anthony Museum
DID YOU KNOW WE OFFER:
Free WIFI – use our computers or bring your own
Regional and national newspapers and magazines
Book Bench – Pick a book for a $1, or donate books
Audio books, DVDs
DVD Sale - Classics and new releases – 5 for $4 or $1 each
Guided Reading Levels – a project to identify the Reading Level of books for young people is underway.
We're on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hinsdalepubliclibraryma/
Tote Bags Celebrating Sesquicentennial Still Available
Come see the tote bags on sale at the library. Celebrating last year's sesquicentennial, the artwork is based on a John Stritch rendering of the library building. The bags come in two colors and cost $12 each.
To read the Memo of Understanding between the Library Board of Trustees and the Town of Hinsdale, click here.