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National Read Across America Reading Challenge

What Is The Read Across America Reading Challenge? National Read Across America Day is on March 2nd and it’s a day to celebrate and promote reading among children. We’ll be…

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Online Poetry: Medicine for the Soul featuring Peter Filkins

Peter Filkins is the author of Water / Music, forthcoming from Johns Hopkins UP on April 6,  and four previous collections of poetry – What She Knew (Orchises 1998), After…

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Virtual Cookbook Club

We invite all home chefs and budding culinarians to join us for a virtual cookbook club meeting! This month’s featured book is The Farmette Cookbook: Recipes and Adventures From My…

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

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Youth Services

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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: info@stockbridgelibrary.org to request more information or to schedule a research appointment in the archives.