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This photograph, taken in the 1890's, shows what today is Route 183 where it meets with Train Hill Road looking north. The building on the right is the old wood pulp mill built in 1866. Curtisville Collection 1973.003
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Agrippa Hull: “A Father to All Stockbridge”
Visit this exhibit in the Procter Gallery at the Stockbridge Library, Museum & Archives.
ONLINE exhibit and video – Ice Age
Ice Age: Stockbridge’s history with ice, from industrial to romantic.
Also: check out our new video about the history of Ice Harvesting in Stockbridge (1876-1946)
Self-guided digital tour map of the Stockbridge Cemetery
Want to take a stroll outdoors and learn more about Stockbridge history?
Check out our new online self-guided tour of the Stockbridge Cemetery!
LEGOs in the Library
Join us on Friday, March 24 from 3:30pm to 4:30pm for some free play with LEGOs.
Berkshire Chamber Players Concert
Join us on Sunday, March 26, at 2:00 p.m. for another lovely afternoon with the Berkshire Chamber Players! We are currently at capacity! If you would like to be…
Inquiry – The Power of Poetry with David McCann
David McCann, born in Lewiston ME, grew up in Cambridge MA, graduated from from Amherst College, and served in the first Peace Corps group to go to Korea, ROK, 1966-68.…
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The Stockbridge Library is a wonderful place to introduce young readers to books! Our Youth Librarian offers weekly storytimes, crafts, science clubs, and summer reading events.Browse Youth Services
Come check out our wide selection of books, audiobooks, DVDs, and magazines! We offer computer access and printing, as well as hotspots to borrow. Looking for something to do? Ask about our adult programs!
The Stockbridge Museum & Archives holds more than 500 artifacts and almost 100 pieces of fine and graphic art and a rich archival collection of Stockbridge history.Browse the Collection
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