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We Are Still Here: Indigenous Peoples of the Northeast Featuring Books and Artwork by Cheryl Savageau and Judy Dow

Visit this exhibit in the Procter Gallery at the Stockbridge Library, Museum & Archives.

Upcoming Events

Gallery Talk with Featured Artist Judy Dow

Come meet Judy Dow, our featured artist on exhibit in the Procter Gallery, for a discussion of her artwork and to learn about her creative process.

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Author Talk with Letty Cottin Pogrebin in conversation with André Bernard

LETTY COTTIN POGREBIN is an author, activist, and national public speaker.A founding editor and writer for Ms. Magazine, Pogrebin is also the author of twelve books, ten nonfiction and two novels, including the soon…

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Storytime in the Children’s Room

Join Youth Librarian Rachel for a weekly storytime in the children’s room of the Stockbridge Library every Tuesday from 10:30 to 11:00. Each week we’ll sing some songs, move around,…

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Youth Services is the Place for Kids!

Databases that can help with school assignments, details about programs, suggested web links – it’s all here!

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Youth Services

Gallery Talk with Featured Artist Judy Dow
Storytime in the Children’s Room
Berkshire Libraries Fall Crawl
Our doors are open!

We are open for drop-in browsing during regular library hours!


Adult Programs

Adult Services

Stockbridge History Begins Here

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.

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Museum & Archives

The Procter Museum & Archives is a museum and non-circulating archival collection of Stockbridge history.

Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Museum & Archives is currently closed to walk-in visitors. However, researchers may use the archival collections by appointment only.

Please contact us at: to request more information or to schedule a research appointment in the archives.