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LEGO Challenge
Wednesday, November 20th, 4:30 - 6 pm

How fast can you build a spaceship? Will your bridge support a 5 pound book? Can you make a tree while blindfolded? This new monthly program will include different challenges each month, and prizes! For ages 5 and up.
Destination: Dachau
Recent research

Wednesday, November 20, 2019 - 7pm - Hawks~Hayden Room

Nan Hill and Sandra Lillydahl will share their research about Dachau and Churchill's SOE undercover agent, Noor-un-nisa Inayat Khan, who was executed there.
A print of the memorial portrait painted by Nan Hill will be on display for the evening.





 
Meekins Market

Saturday, November 16 through Saturday, December 21, 2019

Shop to your heart's content! Someone's gently used treasure may be the perfect gift for you to give or become yours to pass on. Proceeds support the Meekins Library.

During this season of giving, we're also accepting 
donations for the Hilltown Pantry, or something warm to wear for those in need, or something to share with our animal friends in shelters if you can.


 
Community Holiday Reading Afternoon

Sunday, December 8, 2019 at 4pm in the Hawks~Hayden Room

Holiday Reading: 
Everyone is welcome — and we always have people of all ages.  As always there will be treats and something warm to eat. When people ask, please encourage them to come and share this lovely community read.

This year the books 
include:  Just Enough is Plenty by Barbara Diamond Goldin,  Owl Moon by Jane Yolen,  Coming Home by Michael Morpurgo, The Scallop Christmas by Jane Freeberg, and The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg.
Please bring a donation for the Hilltown Pantry, or something warm to wear for those in need, or something to share with our animal friends in shelters if you can. 

 

Neil Hammer Gallery
Exhibit and Sale

Mary Crampton Paintings - November-December, 2019 

Meekins Library will host an exhibit and sale of paintings by former Haydenville resident, Mary Crampton (5/30/1910-2/5/2005), during the months of November and December, 2019, in the Neil Hammer Gallery.

After her mother died of tuberculosis, Mary Elizabeth Crampton moved to Haydenville in 1925 at the age of 14 to live with her two maiden aunts. She graduated as valedictorian of her class at St. Michael’s High School on State St, Northampton, attended Our Lady of the Elms College in Chicopee, and graduated in 1929. She was a teacher at the Haydenville Center School for 42 years, and retired in 1972.

Mary was active in St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Haydenville, the Williamsburg Historical Society, and was a trustee of the Haydenville Library. She enjoyed travel, and in her retirement years went to Europe 12 times. She was a reader, rug braider, and enjoyed oil painting. She took lessons from Williamsburg artist Greta Carey for many years.

2019 Hurricane Season
Disaster Relief Resources
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