Just a reminder we will be closed for the MLK Holiday on Monday, January 16, 2017. Normal Hours and StoryTime resume on Tuesday 17th.
The library will be closed the week of Dec. 26, 2016 through Jan. 2, 2017
We will re-open JANUARY 3, 2017
at 10 a.m. for preschool Story Time & 11 a.m. for regular hours
Have a magical, healthy ,and safe holiday season filled with fabulous stories!
*** Cheshire Library has a SNOWDAY CLOSURE policy**
If inclement weather prevents ADAMS/CHESHIRE REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
to be closed for the day, the Cheshire Library will be closed also.
will NOT have
Preschool StoryTime on
Will resume on 12/13/2016 at 10am
Thursday 24th for the Thanksgiving Holiday.
ADDITIONALLY, we have a few events we wish to inform you about.
Thursday, Dec 15th: Holiday Cookie Decorating Party at Community Center. 6:30 pm. Free to ALL ages. Join Susanna Thomas, again, as she shares tips and tricks for cute holiday snacks. *sign up soon!
Tuesday, Dec 20th Preschool StoryTime will be hosted by Sandra from “The Family Center”. 10am start time. She will be reading “The Mitten” and having activities to go with the story. Bring your preschooler for some fun, here at the Cheshire Library!
Thursday, January 19th 6:30 pm Chris Butler, local author, will be sharing his multi-media presentation “Rockachusetts” at the Cheshire Community Center. This promises to be an informative and entertaining evening.
PLEASE NOTE: the program schedule for 6:30 pm, at Cheshire Community Center, this evening is cancelled due to weather. We will reschedule ” Nostalgic and Historic look back at Cheshire’s Taverns, Restaurants, and Snack Bars” by Barry Emery at a future date. Thank you for your understanding
is pleased to be announcing the first of our autumn offerings.
THURSDAY, October 20, 2016 7p.m:
Susannah Thomas will be instructing
3D Sugar Mold Pumpkin Decoration Class
Due to limited seating and technical level this will be
*Adult Only class of 12 participants.
*FREE class & materials.
*class to be held at Cheshire Community Center
Sign up via Cheshire Library 413.743.4746 or message us on Facebook.
Columbus Day Closure
Cheshire Library will not be open
MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2016
We will re-open on Tuesday the 11th
at 11 am
Preschool Story Time will be at 10am on Tuesday
CHESHIRE LIBRARY IS PLEASED TO PRESENT
August 4th, 2016
Museum of Science Traveling Program on Blizzards!
We will host at Cheshire Community Center.
Two sessions for 25 children have been prepared.
(1 pm & 2 pm)
Melissa Zepka, of The Family Center,
will be at
Thursday, April 14, 2016 at 5:30pm
Wonderful Family Night of stories, activities and fun!
Please JOIN US with your young readers!
SHARE this post with anyone who may be interested.
Hope to see you here!
NOTICE of UPCOMING EVENT
Melissa Zepka will be here at Cheshire Library:
The Family Center Presents: Read Together – Story Time! Kids: Come in your pajamas, snuggle up with your family and listen to some great bedtime children books, and enjoy fun art activities too! Parents: Learn some different ways to make reading fun!
Tuesday, February 23th at 6pm.
23 Depot St.
will be closed
MONDAY, Feb. 15, 2016
*we will reopen on
Tuesday 16th for preschool Story Time at 10 am
will be closed
Monday Jan. 18, 2015
in observance of
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
We will reopen on JANUARY 19, 2016
CHESHIRE LIBRARY will be closed
DECEMBER 28th- 31st
We will reopen JANUARY 4th, 2016
Have a Happy, Safe, and Healthy Holiday Week!
HOLIDAY HOURS for Thurs. Dec. 24, 2015 ONLY!
The Cheshire Library will be open, but adjust the hours to 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. (To accommodate the book delivery & holiday)
Thank you for your attention to this update.
CHESHIRE LIBRARY will be
CLOSED Thursday, November 26, 2015
in observance of THANKSGIVING
*ADDITIONALLY: There will be no ILL delivery this week
There will be NO Preschool Story Time
on NOVEMBER 3, 2015 at 10 a.m.
Cheshire Library will have regular hours that week.
Story Time will resume on November 10th!
CHESHIRE LIBRARY will be
CLOSED MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2015
in observance of Columbus Day
It’s PRESCHOOL STORY TIME again!
Join us On Tuesdays at 10 a.m.
stories, activities (and surprises!)
Starting September 1, 2015
There will not be
10 a.m. preschool StoryTimes for the next two weeks!
August 18th and 25th, 2015
See you in September!
Cheshire Library is proud to be partnering
Cheshire Police Dept., Cheshire Fire Dept., and Adams Ambulance Service
to bring you a “Community Heroes” event
to go along with our summer program “Every Hero Has A Story“
JULY 9th, from 6 to 7 pm at Cheshire Town Hall
*Talk with our police officers, our firemen and our EMT’s about their jobs.
*Get to look inside their vehicles
*Or just come support and Thank the people that help our community every day!
Summer Reading Program sign up will be available at this event, too!
JUNE 22, 2015
There will be no Preschool Story Time on Tuesday, June 23, 2015
We will resume Summer Reading Program Story time
for ages pre-school – Age 8
on Tuesday June 30th!
Sign ups available and strongly encouraged
June 29th, 2015
Local author, Barry Emery, will be launching his new book “Made in Cheshire” at the Cheshire Community Center.
June 22nd 6:30 pm
Local jewelry designer, Michelle (Bordeau) Smith
will be at the Cheshire Library to co-teach a beaded earring making class. Ages 12 and up. NO FEES, seating will be limited to 10 people.
Sign up at Library or call 413.743.4746
Quilting Showcase This Week!
will be at the Cheshire Community Center
May 21, 2015 at 6:30 p.m.
with a selection of her pieces and will be sharing techniques.
Join us if you can!
Do you follow us on Facebook?
We are, once again, giving away a $25 gift card to Barnes and Noble when we reach 500likes
we will be picking a winner for the gift card.
Like the Cheshire Library on Facebook for a chance to win!
An evening with Representative Gailanne Cariddi
Friday, May 8, 2015 6 p.m.
Ms. Cariddi will be speaking at the Cheshire Community Center
about her work and career at The State House.
*light refreshments will be served
And The Winner is…..
April Caplan Bruchbacher was the $25 Barnes & Noble gift card during our 385 “likes” Facebook contest. Thank you to ALL who “liked us”!
“Cabin Fever Buster” winter reading program
Young Readers up to age 10 : Gavin O.
Teens/Tweens ages 10 and up : Elizabeth B.
Adult Readers: Karen L.
winners will be notified by phone and can stop by the Cheshire Library to pick up their prizes!
***A Very BIG Thank You to BassWater Grille for the generous donation of a $25 gift card***
The “Cabin Fever Buster”
Reading Program winners will be posted on this page and Facebook Monday, April 6th.
Good Luck! and Thank You! to all who particpated
WINTER STORM CLOSING:
Due to the impending snow storm Cheshire Library will be closed Monday, February 9, 2015
Additionally: The Folded Bookmaking Event with Terri Cooper for Monday, Feb. 9th at 6:30 p.m. will be cancelled. Reschedule date TBD
Do you follow us on Facebook?
We are giving away a $25 gift card to Barnes and Noble when we reach 386 likes we will be picking a winner for the gift card. Like the Cheshire Library for a chance to win!
The New Library Hours are:
Tuesday 11- 2 & 5-8
Story time is currently on Tuesdays at 10 am
The Book Drop has been Installed!
It is outside the basement entry to the Town Hall & Library.
Library Drop Box Policy
•Items should be placed in the drop box ONLY WHEN THE LIBRARY IS CLOSED.
•The drop box is for returning BOOKS and MUSEUM PASSES ONLY. Place anything else in the box at your own risk.
•Even if item is placed in box on due date but after library closed, it is considered overdue because the box will not be checked until the beginning of the next shift.
•Please do not cram items too big for the drum into the drop box. Oversized items must be brought into the library when it is open or given to the Town Clerk during her office hours.
•Museum passes must be put into a larger envelope before placing them in the drop box. Lost museum passes are expensive, and are the borrower’s responsibility until they actually are checked in.
•All borrowed items are the responsibility of the borrower until they are actually checked in. Leaving them in the drop box does not constitute returning them.