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Women In Stockbridge Exhibit

Come on down to the Procter Gallery on our lower level (accessible by elevator and stairs) and enjoy some history of the Women of Stockbridge. The current exhibit contains images and artifacts from our permanent collection, focusing on some of the women who called Stockbridge home.

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April Artist of the Month – Dana Goedewaagen

Ten years ago, Dana picked up a camera for the first time in an attempt to create photos as gifts for family members. She had no way of knowing at the time that photography would open a gateway of creativity for her and become such a big part of her life. Dana is a thirty…

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Family Storytime

Join us for a weekly interactive storytime every Tuesday from 10:30 to 11:00. Each week we’ll sing songs, move around, play games, and read a book. Every storytime is followed by free play in the children's room. Whether your little one feels like sitting for a full storytime or needs to wiggle, stand up, and…

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Website Wedensdays with Glenn Geiger

 Need website help? Look no further! Join Glenn Geiger from Gemini Creative for our weekly one-on-one website help sessions, every Wednesday. Whether you’re designing a website from scratch, organizing your content, or boosting your SEO game, we’ve got you covered. Get expert guidance on website builders and standing out on Google. Don’t miss out—book your…

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Online Poetry – Sparks in the Dark with Holly Iglesias & Landon Godfrey

Click here to join the poetry session. Holly Iglesias is the author of three collections of poetry— Sleeping Things; Angles of Approach; and Souvenirs of a Shrunken World—as well as a critical work, Boxing Inside the Box: Women’s Prose Poetry. Her most recent publication is a collaborative chapbook, Myth America (Anhinga Press), co-written with Maureen…

Play With Clay

Stop by the Stockbridge Library to play with some clay! We’ll have all the supplies for shaping, making, and playing with clay. This program is on the fourth Wednesday of every month. *Best for youth ages 3+

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Author Talk – Maggie Jackson in conversation with Anastasia Stanmeyer

Maggie Jackson is an award-winning author and journalist with a global reach. Her new book, Uncertain: The Wisdom and Wonder of Being Unsure, explores why we should seek not-knowing in times of flux. Nominated for a National Book Award and named to three “Best Books of 2023” lists, Uncertain has been lauded as “incisive and timely…triumphant” (Dan Pink), “surprising and practical”…

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Alan C. Miller in Conversation with Martin Baron

Martin Baron will be interviewing Alan C. Miller about his work at the News Literacy Project. From the News Literacy Project website: News literacy is the ability to determine the credibility of news and other information and to recognize the standards of fact-based journalism to know what to trust, share, and act on. The News…

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Family Storytime

Join us for a weekly interactive storytime every Tuesday from 10:30 to 11:00. Each week we’ll sing songs, move around, play games, and read a book. Every storytime is followed by free play in the children's room. Whether your little one feels like sitting for a full storytime or needs to wiggle, stand up, and…

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Online Poetry – Sparks in the Dark with Amanda Russell

Click here to join today's poetry session. Amanda Russell (she/her/hers) is a guest editor at The Comstock Review and a stay-at-home mom. Her poems have appeared in Hole in the Head re:View, Lily Poetry Review, and Atticus Review. To learn about her or her chapbooks, Barren Years (Finishing LinePress, 2019) and Processing (forthcoming, Main Street…

May Cookbook Club – Tenderheart by H.L McKinnon

We invite all home chefs and budding culinarians to join us for our May Cookbook Club meeting!  We’ll be cooking from Tenderheart: a cookbook about vegetables and unbreakable family bonds by Hetty Lui McKinnon. Here’s how the Cookbook Club works: Each of us will prepare a recipe from this month’s cookbook. Copies are available at the…

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Playdough Playdate

Squish, shape, and roll playdough at the Stockbridge Library! Using playdough encourages the development of fine motor skills and creativity. Join us on the first Friday of every month for this program. All supplies will be provided. *Best for youth age 2+

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