Former Library Director died: Janet Pond Goodman
Janet Pond Goodman past on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017 in South Dartmouth, MA at age of 96. See Janet’s full obituary at the Library. Upon retirement she revitalized and managed the Grace Hall Memorial Library. Remembrances honoring Janet’s life may be sent to Grace Hall Memorial Library.
Yoga at the Town Hall
Wednesday nights at 6:30 pm for all ALL LEVELS.
Only $10 please bring your own Mats.
For more information contact Chris Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org
New at the Library….
plus many more!
|Montgomery, MA Library Events Meetings|
|Montgomery, MA Library Trustees Meetings|
Thu 7th Jun
Montgomery, MA Library Trustees
Grace Hall Memorial Library, 160 Main Rd, Montgomery MA 01085-9525
February Winter vacation week:
Feb. 20 at 6 PM Jay Mankita Playful Engineers Traveling Maker space a hands on workshop with mechanical doodad, Rube Goldberg machines of connecting goofy play and serious science!
Feb. 22 at 4:30 PM Ed the Wizard Advance Art of balloon Animal Twisting with MORE Twist!
March 29 at 6:30pm Peter Christoph, Photography ” Birds of the New England Swamp”
Any patron who has completed an Adult coloring page and who would like to post it on our Facebook page is welcome too! Let see your work!
Inter Library Loan
CommCat is the new search tool for Inter Library Loan. Now you can search EVERY library in state at ONE site. To start have your library card with its 14 number and your MassCat PIN, the same one you use to access MassCat or Axis360. Usually this is written on the back of your library card. If not contact the library and we will create a new temporary one for you.
Go to : commonwealthcatalog.org
Login is in the upper right hand corner. Have questions? Patron FAQ should be able to quickly solve most issues or contact us at the library.
As a member of the MassCat network, the library offers patrons access to items in other libraries across the state. Patrons can place loan requests through the catalog or see library staff for assistance.
Computers are available for the public. Individuals must have a library card or photo ID. The public access computers can print (black and white only). There is also free wireless access.
The Library has a copier available for public use. Donations welcome.
All item loans (except Museum passes) are for 2 weeks. Overdue items will be charged .10 cents per library business day. Renewals can be done on patron’s MassCat accounts online, at the library, by email or phone message.
If an item is more than 21 days overdue, or is returned with damage beyond normal wear and tear, the patron will be charged full replacement cost for the item. All items have the replacement cost on the item record. The patron may clear their account by returning the items if found, or paying the billed cost. If the materials belong to another library, checks must be made out to the owning library. If a lost item is found after payment, the item is considered purchased and no refund will be given. Replacement items may be accepted for lost items, upon approval of the Library Director. Please talk to staff for further details.
The Library enjoys the generosity of its patrons but the Library Director has discretion of accepting items. Items maybe used in our catalog or added to the book sale as needed. Gently loved children books are accepted on a case by case bases. Please no text books, Readers Digest condensed books or items moldy or damaged.
Local History Section
(item list coming soon)
Appointments with local Historians
Tuesdays: 10:00AM – 5:30PM
Thursdays: 4:00PM – 8:00PM
Saturdays: 9:30AM – 12:30PM
Winter/weather cancellations are posted here and on Channels 22 WWLP and 40 WGGB. No fees will be issued during closings and if Gateway Regional School is closed we are usually closed as well. Stay safe on the roads and read a good book!
Links to all Gale, Britannica, and ProQuest databases
Throughout the year, the Library offers a variety of programs for adults and children, including Book Discussion Groups, Story Hours, Summer Reading Programs, Performances, Author Readings, Grace Hall Memorial Library Friends Book Sale.
Mass MoCA: Admits 2 Adults and 2 Children (under 16) for free
Smith College Museum of Art: 8 Adults for free
Old Sturbridge Village: Valid for 4 half price admissions
Springfield Museums: $2 off general admission for 4 patrons
Norman Rockwell Museum: 2 admissions at $10, 10% off at cafe & Gift shop
Mystic Aquarium: $5 off per person for 4 patrons
Historic Deerfield: admits 4
USS Constitution Museum: Free up to 9 patrons
DCR State Park Pass: free parking to state Parks
SNOW DAYS Policy:
We will be closed on days that Gateway Regional School system is closed. Postings of closing are on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/gracehallmemorial/, Channel WWLP 22 and WGGB 40
NO Late fees during Snow days, accounts will be updated on the next business day. You can always email us a message for renewal, request or searches at email@example.com
Paula Stipek-Long, Librarian
Sue Brown, Assistant Librarian
Christine Brown (term expires 2018)
Lynn Gebo (term expires 2017)
Sandra Shelnut (term expires 2016)
1st Thursday of every other month