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SUMMER READING KICKOFF EVENT! 
Forest Park Zoo presents: Zoo on the Go!

Saturday, June 19th, 10 - 11 am
Our Summer Reading Kickoff Party! The Forest Park Zoo will be visiting Meekins with a variety of live animals. Come meet the animals, register for summer reading, check out some books, and peruse the Friends of the Library book sale. On the patio and lawn outside the library.



 
Friends' Saturday Mini Booksales
6/19, 7/10, 7/24, and 8/14/21 - 10AM to 2 PM

New Adventure: Friends of the Williamsburg Library’s Summer Mini Book Sale Series on the Library Lawn!
 
Looking for a great summer read and a way to support the Williamsburg Libraries? Shop great books and support your library by coming to the Williamsburg Friends of the Library’s Summer Mini Book Sales in 2021. The first is Saturday, June 19 from 10 am to 2pm
 
Location: Meekins Library Lawn, 2 Williams Street, Williamsburg MA 01096

***Buyers must wear masks and observe social distancing. Please bring your own bag. No sale during inclement weather, and no rain dates.

To help out with this or other sales, 
please sign up online by completing the volunteer sign up form here 

Meekins REOPENS TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 2021, for public browsing - laughlaughlaugh
  • Only use the Williams St (Rt. 9) entrance
  • 1 HOUR browsing time limit
  • No appointment needed, but number # of folks allowed in at a time will be limited
  • Masks are REQUIRED
Tuesday      1-5
Wednesday 1-6
Thursday     2-5
Saturday    10-2 

HOOPLA is HERE with a broad range of offerings from movies and TV shows to comics, magazines and books. Hoopla is integrated with the catalog. Hoopla also has 200+ Acorn TV titles. Hoopla access is limited to those having a Meekins Library card beginning with 27425 and checkouts are limited to 6 per month.


Keep Safe & Keep Strong: documenting life in Williamsburg and Haydenville during Covid-19

Pandemic Experiences - Contribute your daily Covid-19 life experiences  living through the Pandemic.  Help Meekins Library create an historical record of this time in the life of our town.
All responses may become part of the Local History Collection in the Meekins Library.
For questions or more information contact Daria D’Arienzo, Meekins Archivist at ddarienzo@me.com or leave a message at 413-268-7472.

Pre-1926 Meekins photos wanted
 
Do you have early 20th century photographs of the interior of Meekins Library that show the interior before the mezzanine level was added in 1926  hiding in your family albums? Do you know anyone who might have some early images?
Meekins Archivist Daria D’Arienzo (ddarienzo@me.com) is looking for visual evidence of how the rooms were laid out and decorated and where the original fixtures were placed. She is trying to build a photographic history of how Meekins has evolved. Exterior images are also welcome but she is particularly looking for interior views.
Please contact her directly at ddarienzo@me.com , at the desk at Meekins, or by phone at 413-538-6489.
 

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Community Resiliance Building Workshop, Williamsburg MA: Summary of Findings - 2/14/2020
 

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    The Staff, Volunteers, Trustees, and Friends of the Williamsburg Libraries are committed to a culture of inclusion, equity, and respect. We strive to:
    • Eliminate racial, social, and accessibility barriers in library services, facilities and staffing;
    • Cultivate collections, programs, and services that highlight diverse voices with a range of life experiences;
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