Get a Financial Check-Up
Join the Gaylord and South Hadley’s Summit House Wealth Partners for an informative program about YOUR financial wellness, followed by a wide-ranging Q&A session. Thursday, March 1, at 6pm
Seed Library Program
Wayne Desroches will share his experiences as a novice seed saver and seed starter. Saturday, March 3 at 10am
Mindfulness at the Library
Join us for a mindfulness program presented by Deborah Marshall from the Pioneer Valley Shambhala Center. Combining meditation exercises with an overview of mindfulness practice, participants will discover how to be fully present and aware of ourselves and surroundings, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s going on around us. Thursday, March 8 at 6pm
Spanish Language Conversation Circle
Do you know Spanish but hardly have the opportunity to speak it? Do you want to maintain your command of the language and even expand it? Improve your Spanish language skills by meeting local Spanish language and culture lovers for conversation and fun! All levels are welcome. The conversation facilitator is Mount Holyoke College Professor Nieves Romero-Díaz. This program is a project of the library and Mount Holyoke College. No registration necessary. This is not a Spanish class. Saturday, March 17 at 10:30am.
Book Club: The Maid by Kimberly Cutter
Join us to discuss this fictional story of Joan of Arc, which reimagines the life of The Maid against the backdrop of the Hundred Years’ War and traces her violence-marked childhood and fateful effort to save her country. Thursday, March 29 at 6:30pm
Solve the weekly challenge or free build from our collection of Star Wars, Creator, City, Minifigure, Duplo, and more! Ages 12 and under, stop by anytime. Thursdays 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Family Frolic Storytime
Songs, rhymes, stories, and games designed to promote early literacy. Appropriate for preschoolers; all ages welcome. Storytime is followed by an open-ended art project. Fridays 10:30-11:30 a.m.
See our Facebook page for more information on upcoming events!
Used books (and movies and music) galore!
Gaylord Library has not one, but two ongoing book sales which raise funds for the library. On the main level are gently used books, movies and music cds – cheap! – and on the lower level you will find a changing array of books “by donation”. Choose what you want and make a donation in any amount at the desk. We also have a free magazines basket. Feel free to take what you like, or bring in your own recent magazines (1 year old or newer) for somebody else to enjoy. Would you like to donate your used books and dvds? We would appreciate receiving items 5 years old or newer. Thank you for supporting the library!
Shopping on Amazon can now also mean donating to Gaylord Memorial Library!
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Grr! We have a new patron…
Stop by and say hello to our newest member, Cookies and Cream! Thank you to Gloria Hazen of Hazen Paper Company and G-Force.