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The Library is closed this morning. The power is out for an indeterminate time. Baby it's cold inside our library! 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

What do you love about the Williamstown Library?It's Library Lover's Month! During the month of February, we'll be sharing ways you can show support for your library all year long.

Number 3: Write a letter!

Do you love Saturday storytime? Wish the library offered more evening hours? Think the new building renovation has made a huge difference? Write a letter to the board of trustees letting them know. Community feedback helps us shape our programs and services, letting us know what's important to you.

Want to go the extra mile? You could also write a letter to the editor of your local news communicating the value of libraries or to your elected representatives thanking them for their support.

#LibraryLoversMonth #loveyourlibrary #northcountrylibraries #stronglibrariesstrongcommunities #librarylife #librarylove
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What do you love about the Williamstown Library?

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Everyone is extremely friendly & helpful, always finding new ways to involve the community. The activities you have for the kids are great too ❤️

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Thanks to a special donation we have new puzzles for the children. Some of the puzzles have animals with googly eyes on them! So, this past Wednesday a plea was made that we hold off reading until a puzzle was completed. And… that’s just what we did. Because it was Valentine’s Day for this week’s Story Time, we read Llama Llama I Love You by Anna Dewdney. Then we read Knight Owl by Christopher Denise. To celebrate that February is National Bird Feeding Month, and to show our birds all the love, we made pinecone bird feeders. A snack was enjoyed and afterwards more of our STEM toys were played with. Story Time is 10 AM every Wednesday, my favorite day of the week at the Williamstown Library. ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks to a special donation we have new puzzles for the children. Some of the puzzles have animals with googly eyes on them! So, this past Wednesday a plea was made that we hold off reading until a puzzle was completed. And… that’s just what we did. Because it was Valentine’s Day for this week’s Story Time, we read Llama Llama I Love You by Anna Dewdney. Then we read Knight Owl by Christopher Denise. To celebrate that February is National Bird Feeding Month, and to show our birds all the love, we made pinecone bird feeders.  A snack was enjoyed and afterwards more of our STEM toys were played with. Story Time is 10 AM every Wednesday, my favorite day of the week at the Williamstown Library.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment
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