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We're offering curbside pick up on Saturdays and Tuesdays from 10 am to noon. Email a list of items you'd like to and we will check them out and leave them outside the door during these hours. 

The library's catalog can be accessed here: The Overdrive catalog, the library's portal for downloading books and ebooks, is also available through this link. If you have questions or need help accessing Overdrive, please call us between 10 am and noon on Tuesdays and Saturdays and a librarian will be happy to help you. 
As always, we do not charge fines for overdue items. Patrons can feel free to return items to the book box outside the front door at any time. 

We're continuing to get new books even when we're closed to the public, so don't hesitate to ask for new books! Here are a few things that have been added to our collection this week:
Children of Ash and Elm: A History of the Vikings by Neil Price
The Upside of Being Down by Jen Botch
Neuro Dharma by Rick Hanson
Sontag by Benjamin Moser
How Insects Work by Marianne Taylor
The End of October by Lawrence Wright
The Murder of Twelve by Jessica Fletcher and Jon Land
Furmidable Foes by Rita May Brown
The Berkshires Farm Table Cookbook by Elisa Spungen Bildner and Robert Bildner
The House We Grew Up In by Lisa Jewell
The Book of Longings by Sue Monk Kidd




Rita is offering virutal story time! Check out her youtube channel for a weekly story hour with your favorite children's librarian! New episodes are added every week!


Berkshire Paint and Sip is offering a DIY kit to bring the fun into your own house!
Each kit includes the following items specific to the painting choice: Paint, brushes, canvas, disposable palette, water cup, paper towel, portable table-top easel, picture of completed painting, written instructions, and link to a tutorial video instructed by Michelle the Painter. Kits cost $20 each.To see all of the kit painting choices visit the website:


Nutmeg Junction is an audio theater radio program like the classic “old time radio” programs of the golden age featuring 100% original skits and stories inspired by the legendary programs of the past! The program is broadcast on over 13 stations in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York and Vermont. The cast includes two Falls Villagers!
You can listen to episodes any time on their website:
As the weather warms up and we spend more time outdoors the Audubon can be a great resource when looking for outdoor education materials. Their Audubon for Kids page has the classroom curriculum Audubon Adventures, plus related DIY activities and content from Audubon’s editors. These activities can be done at home or in a yard or park. The goal isn’t to teach a child how to name and identify bird species, but rather to give them space to explore and feel connected to the natural world. You can find it here:


Missing live theater? This article in Playbill in 2017 will point you to the next best thing. It highlights 15 Broadway plays and musicals that you can stream, from Newsies, to Sunday in the Park with George to Rent. You can find it here:
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