Come to the library to borrow books, movies, magazines and more;to use our computers or our internet service; to visit our art shows; to attend events and much more...
Art in the Community Room
February, BIRDS, paintings and photographs by local artist, Macaylla Silver.
March, Student exhibit, from Nancy Emond's painting class. Reception Saturday March 5, 2-4pm.
Read it Leverett!
Join us for a town wide read of David McCullough'sThe Wright Brothers.
We will kick off with a screening of Kitty Hawk The Wright Brothers' Journey of Invention on Thursday March 10 at 6:30pm. The film features Neil Armstrong and John Glen as Orville and Wilbur Wright. Running time:115 minutes.
Sun. March 20th Arlyn Diamond will lead our book discussion at 3pm.
Thurs. March 31at 6:30pm, join us for a screening of David McCullough's interview with Ken Burns.
Sun. April 3 from 2-4pm come make and fly paper airplanes! We have all the necessary supplies, (unless you have yoru own special plane design). There will be contests for the fastest, the loopiest, the longest flyers, and more!
Still Life Painting
Materials, instruction and chocolate will be provided. Thursday February 11, 6:15- 8pm, Program is full.
Free Movie Night Fri. Feb.19, 7:30 pm
A comedy documentary by Chris Rock exploring the current and historical hair styles of black women in the US. 2009 Rated PG-13
Ukulele Play-Along with Julie Stepanek.
Thursday Feb. 25 @ 6:30pm.
We will have ukuleles to borrow but bring your own if you can. Please register.
Free and open to all ages. Next play-along Thurs. March 24.
Leverett resident and Mount Holyoke College Professor of Environmental Studies, Lauret Savoy, will be at the library to talk about her new book, Trace: Memory, History, Race, and the American Landscape.
Life must be lived amidst that which was made before. Though deeply personal, Trace concerns who we all are in this terrain called the United States, inviting readers to have a more honest understanding of history’s impact in our lives.
Sunday February 28, 2-4pm.
Event sponsored by the Rattlesnake Gutter Trust.
Come build with us!
Thursday March 3, 3:15-4:15.
Chocolate Tasting with Dede Wilson
Thursday March 3 at 7pm.
Local baker/blogger/author Dede Wilson will give a presentation on chocolate production from the growing and harvesting of cacao beans, to the flavoring and baking of chocolate. She will talk about a number of different gourmet chocolates, and attendees get to sample!
This is a popular program and space is limited, please register early.
Spanish conversation group, Tuesdays 4-5pm
Free Tai Chi classes with Dennis Shapson
Advanced classes, Wednesdays at 1:45pm and Saturdays @10am, beginner class Saturdays at 11am.
*New beginner class starting Saturday January 23rd.
Join us for stories, songs, crafts and play Wednesdays, 10:30-noon with Heleen Cardinaux.
Sponsored by the Community Network for Children.