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Monday June 8, 2020
     StoryWalk®  
    Contact:      info@lenoxlib.org
   

Enjoy the fresh air, sunshine, and a story with the whole family while you stroll through downtown Lenox!

The Lenox Library is pleased to offer a StoryWalk®, a safe, social distancing-friendly activity, for the community to enjoy from June 8 through 14, 2020. 

Laminated pages from the Caldecott Award-winning children's book Where the Wild Things Are, written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak, will be placed in storefront windows or attached to wooden stakes along an outdoor path throughout downtown Lenox.  The StoryWalk® will begin at the Lenox Community Center (65 Walker Street) and end at the Library (18 Main Street). **Please pre-print or view the route map here.  If you would like a paper map mailed to you prior to the StoryWalk®, please email info[at]lenoxlib.org.  

Also, please remember to practice social distancing as you walk to the various stops and adhere to Governor Baker's order requiring face masks or cloth face coverings in public places.

All StoryWalk® participants who leave a completed route map at the Library with their contact information will be entered to win a gift certificate bundle, sponsored by the Lenox Library Association. In addition, all kids 13 and under who complete the StoryWalk® will be mailed a coupon for a treat, courtesy of The Scoop! Limit one per participant.

Our StoryWalk® partners include the Lenox Library Association, The Town of Lenox, the Lenox Chamber of Commerce, and many more. 

The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. StoryWalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson.


Tuesday June 9, 2020
     StoryWalk®  
    Contact:      info@lenoxlib.org
   

Enjoy the fresh air, sunshine, and a story with the whole family while you stroll through downtown Lenox!

The Lenox Library is pleased to offer a StoryWalk®, a safe, social distancing-friendly activity, for the community to enjoy from June 8 through 14, 2020. 

Laminated pages from the Caldecott Award-winning children's book Where the Wild Things Are, written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak, will be placed in storefront windows or attached to wooden stakes along an outdoor path throughout downtown Lenox.  The StoryWalk® will begin at the Lenox Community Center (65 Walker Street) and end at the Library (18 Main Street). **Please pre-print or view the route map here.  If you would like a paper map mailed to you prior to the StoryWalk®, please email info[at]lenoxlib.org.  

Also, please remember to practice social distancing as you walk to the various stops and adhere to Governor Baker's order requiring face masks or cloth face coverings in public places.

All StoryWalk® participants who leave a completed route map at the Library with their contact information will be entered to win a gift certificate bundle, sponsored by the Lenox Library Association. In addition, all kids 13 and under who complete the StoryWalk® will be mailed a coupon for a treat, courtesy of The Scoop! Limit one per participant.

Our StoryWalk® partners include the Lenox Library Association, The Town of Lenox, the Lenox Chamber of Commerce, and many more. 

The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. StoryWalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson.


Wednesday June 10, 2020
     StoryWalk®  
    Contact:      info@lenoxlib.org
   

Enjoy the fresh air, sunshine, and a story with the whole family while you stroll through downtown Lenox!

The Lenox Library is pleased to offer a StoryWalk®, a safe, social distancing-friendly activity, for the community to enjoy from June 8 through 14, 2020. 

Laminated pages from the Caldecott Award-winning children's book Where the Wild Things Are, written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak, will be placed in storefront windows or attached to wooden stakes along an outdoor path throughout downtown Lenox.  The StoryWalk® will begin at the Lenox Community Center (65 Walker Street) and end at the Library (18 Main Street). **Please pre-print or view the route map here.  If you would like a paper map mailed to you prior to the StoryWalk®, please email info[at]lenoxlib.org.  

Also, please remember to practice social distancing as you walk to the various stops and adhere to Governor Baker's order requiring face masks or cloth face coverings in public places.

All StoryWalk® participants who leave a completed route map at the Library with their contact information will be entered to win a gift certificate bundle, sponsored by the Lenox Library Association. In addition, all kids 13 and under who complete the StoryWalk® will be mailed a coupon for a treat, courtesy of The Scoop! Limit one per participant.

Our StoryWalk® partners include the Lenox Library Association, The Town of Lenox, the Lenox Chamber of Commerce, and many more. 

The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. StoryWalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson.


Thursday June 11, 2020
     StoryWalk®  
    Contact:      info@lenoxlib.org
   

Enjoy the fresh air, sunshine, and a story with the whole family while you stroll through downtown Lenox!

The Lenox Library is pleased to offer a StoryWalk®, a safe, social distancing-friendly activity, for the community to enjoy from June 8 through 14, 2020. 

Laminated pages from the Caldecott Award-winning children's book Where the Wild Things Are, written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak, will be placed in storefront windows or attached to wooden stakes along an outdoor path throughout downtown Lenox.  The StoryWalk® will begin at the Lenox Community Center (65 Walker Street) and end at the Library (18 Main Street). **Please pre-print or view the route map here.  If you would like a paper map mailed to you prior to the StoryWalk®, please email info[at]lenoxlib.org.  

Also, please remember to practice social distancing as you walk to the various stops and adhere to Governor Baker's order requiring face masks or cloth face coverings in public places.

All StoryWalk® participants who leave a completed route map at the Library with their contact information will be entered to win a gift certificate bundle, sponsored by the Lenox Library Association. In addition, all kids 13 and under who complete the StoryWalk® will be mailed a coupon for a treat, courtesy of The Scoop! Limit one per participant.

Our StoryWalk® partners include the Lenox Library Association, The Town of Lenox, the Lenox Chamber of Commerce, and many more. 

The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. StoryWalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson.


Friday June 12, 2020
     StoryWalk®  
    Contact:      info@lenoxlib.org
   

Enjoy the fresh air, sunshine, and a story with the whole family while you stroll through downtown Lenox!

The Lenox Library is pleased to offer a StoryWalk®, a safe, social distancing-friendly activity, for the community to enjoy from June 8 through 14, 2020. 

Laminated pages from the Caldecott Award-winning children's book Where the Wild Things Are, written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak, will be placed in storefront windows or attached to wooden stakes along an outdoor path throughout downtown Lenox.  The StoryWalk® will begin at the Lenox Community Center (65 Walker Street) and end at the Library (18 Main Street). **Please pre-print or view the route map here.  If you would like a paper map mailed to you prior to the StoryWalk®, please email info[at]lenoxlib.org.  

Also, please remember to practice social distancing as you walk to the various stops and adhere to Governor Baker's order requiring face masks or cloth face coverings in public places.

All StoryWalk® participants who leave a completed route map at the Library with their contact information will be entered to win a gift certificate bundle, sponsored by the Lenox Library Association. In addition, all kids 13 and under who complete the StoryWalk® will be mailed a coupon for a treat, courtesy of The Scoop! Limit one per participant.

Our StoryWalk® partners include the Lenox Library Association, The Town of Lenox, the Lenox Chamber of Commerce, and many more. 

The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. StoryWalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson.


Saturday June 13, 2020
     StoryWalk®  
    Contact:      info@lenoxlib.org
   

Enjoy the fresh air, sunshine, and a story with the whole family while you stroll through downtown Lenox!

The Lenox Library is pleased to offer a StoryWalk®, a safe, social distancing-friendly activity, for the community to enjoy from June 8 through 14, 2020. 

Laminated pages from the Caldecott Award-winning children's book Where the Wild Things Are, written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak, will be placed in storefront windows or attached to wooden stakes along an outdoor path throughout downtown Lenox.  The StoryWalk® will begin at the Lenox Community Center (65 Walker Street) and end at the Library (18 Main Street). **Please pre-print or view the route map here.  If you would like a paper map mailed to you prior to the StoryWalk®, please email info[at]lenoxlib.org.  

Also, please remember to practice social distancing as you walk to the various stops and adhere to Governor Baker's order requiring face masks or cloth face coverings in public places.

All StoryWalk® participants who leave a completed route map at the Library with their contact information will be entered to win a gift certificate bundle, sponsored by the Lenox Library Association. In addition, all kids 13 and under who complete the StoryWalk® will be mailed a coupon for a treat, courtesy of The Scoop! Limit one per participant.

Our StoryWalk® partners include the Lenox Library Association, The Town of Lenox, the Lenox Chamber of Commerce, and many more. 

The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. StoryWalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson.


Sunday June 14, 2020
     StoryWalk®  
    Contact:      info@lenoxlib.org
   

Enjoy the fresh air, sunshine, and a story with the whole family while you stroll through downtown Lenox!

The Lenox Library is pleased to offer a StoryWalk®, a safe, social distancing-friendly activity, for the community to enjoy from June 8 through 14, 2020. 

Laminated pages from the Caldecott Award-winning children's book Where the Wild Things Are, written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak, will be placed in storefront windows or attached to wooden stakes along an outdoor path throughout downtown Lenox.  The StoryWalk® will begin at the Lenox Community Center (65 Walker Street) and end at the Library (18 Main Street). **Please pre-print or view the route map here.  If you would like a paper map mailed to you prior to the StoryWalk®, please email info[at]lenoxlib.org.  

Also, please remember to practice social distancing as you walk to the various stops and adhere to Governor Baker's order requiring face masks or cloth face coverings in public places.

All StoryWalk® participants who leave a completed route map at the Library with their contact information will be entered to win a gift certificate bundle, sponsored by the Lenox Library Association. In addition, all kids 13 and under who complete the StoryWalk® will be mailed a coupon for a treat, courtesy of The Scoop! Limit one per participant.

Our StoryWalk® partners include the Lenox Library Association, The Town of Lenox, the Lenox Chamber of Commerce, and many more. 

The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. StoryWalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson.


Tuesday June 30, 2020
   11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Terry a la Berry and Friends!  
    Contact:    (413) 637-0197   
   

Terry a la Berry and Friends return to perform every Tuesday, 

June 30 through August 18, 2020, from 11:00 a.m. to noon!

Concerts will be held via Facebook Live until it is safe to resume in-person shows in the reading park. 

Terry will be joined by Erin Laundry (on guitar) and Tish Merwin (on bass).


Terry A La Berry has been performing for Children for more than 30 years in venues stretching from the White House to the Miami Children’s Museum and everywhere in between.  In his other “life” as long-time drummer for Arlo Guthrie, he appears on many of Guthrie’s recordings including the Grammy nominated “Grow Big.”  He has recorded with numerous other artists including Grammy winner Pete Seeger.  He spent 20 years singing for children and their families at the White House, The Museum of Natural History, The Jewish Museum of New York, the Goodwill games, the Florida State Fair, The Today Show, and several PBS Children’s Specials, including the multiple award-winning “Chanukah at Grover’s Corners,” in which he a was principal writer and co-star along with Theodore Bikel.  As an actor he originated the role of Arthur in William Gibson’s “A Cry of Player” with Anne Bancroft and Frank Langella.  He also appeared in the movie “Alice’s Resturant” as, what else, “a hippie.”

    Location: Roche Reading Park
   7:00 PM  -  7:45 PM Trivia Night  
   

Paul Uhrig is your host for Trivia Night, to be held the last Tuesday the month April-September, featuring secret trivia from the Queen Mary II (N.Y. to Southampton). Teams of 1 to 6 person(s) can be formed. Please bring a pencil or pen.

    Location: Dome Room

Saturday July 4, 2020
     CLOSED FOR SERVICES  
   

The library is closed for services in observance of Independence Day.

We will follow our normal hours of operation (Tuesday 10:00 AM-8:00 PM; Wednesday-Friday 10:00 AM-6:00 PM; Saturday 10:00 AM-5:00 PM; closed Sunday and Monday) all other days this week.


Tuesday July 7, 2020
   11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Terry a la Berry and Friends!  
    Contact:    (413) 637-0197   
   

Terry a la Berry and Friends return to perform every Tuesday, 

June 30 through August 18, 2020, from 11:00 a.m. to noon!

Concerts will be held via Facebook Live until it is safe to resume in-person shows in the reading park. 

Terry will be joined by Erin Laundry (on guitar) and Tish Merwin (on bass).


Terry A La Berry has been performing for Children for more than 30 years in venues stretching from the White House to the Miami Children’s Museum and everywhere in between.  In his other “life” as long-time drummer for Arlo Guthrie, he appears on many of Guthrie’s recordings including the Grammy nominated “Grow Big.”  He has recorded with numerous other artists including Grammy winner Pete Seeger.  He spent 20 years singing for children and their families at the White House, The Museum of Natural History, The Jewish Museum of New York, the Goodwill games, the Florida State Fair, The Today Show, and several PBS Children’s Specials, including the multiple award-winning “Chanukah at Grover’s Corners,” in which he a was principal writer and co-star along with Theodore Bikel.  As an actor he originated the role of Arthur in William Gibson’s “A Cry of Player” with Anne Bancroft and Frank Langella.  He also appeared in the movie “Alice’s Resturant” as, what else, “a hippie.”

    Location: Roche Reading Park
   6:30 PM  -  7:45 PM First Tuesday Book Group  
    Contact: Megan Mackey   (413) 637-0197 x100   mmackey@lenoxlib.org
   

The First Tuesday Book Group meets once a month to read and discuss a book together. All are welcome.

This month's selection TBD.

    Location: Legacy Room

Friday July 10, 2020
   11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM GSK Science in the Summer™: Be a Chemist!  
    Contact: Jasmine DeJackome   413-443-7171 x335   jdejackome@berkshiremuseum.org
   

Friday, July 10, 17, 24, and 31, 2020

11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

We are excited to team up with our friends from Berkshire Museum to offer GSK Science in the Summer programming again this year!  The GSK Science in the Summer program is offered for free at various schools and community locations to provide a summer science experience that sparks a lifelong interest in science and supports interest in pursuing STEM careers.  

This summer's theme is Be A Chemist and programming will be held virtually this year!  When you sign up, your summer learner will receive access to pre-recorded informational videos, packaged materials kits to be picked up, and live hangouts with our museum educators. 

Registration is required.  To sign up, please contact Jasmine DeJackome, School and Teacher Programs Manager, at Berkshire Museum at 413-443-7171 x335 or jdejackome@berkshiremuseum.org.

    Location: Youth Department

Tuesday July 14, 2020
   11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Terry a la Berry and Friends!  
    Contact:    (413) 637-0197   
   

Terry a la Berry and Friends return to perform every Tuesday, 

June 30 through August 18, 2020, from 11:00 a.m. to noon!

Concerts will be held via Facebook Live until it is safe to resume in-person shows in the reading park. 

Terry will be joined by Erin Laundry (on guitar) and Tish Merwin (on bass).


Terry A La Berry has been performing for Children for more than 30 years in venues stretching from the White House to the Miami Children’s Museum and everywhere in between.  In his other “life” as long-time drummer for Arlo Guthrie, he appears on many of Guthrie’s recordings including the Grammy nominated “Grow Big.”  He has recorded with numerous other artists including Grammy winner Pete Seeger.  He spent 20 years singing for children and their families at the White House, The Museum of Natural History, The Jewish Museum of New York, the Goodwill games, the Florida State Fair, The Today Show, and several PBS Children’s Specials, including the multiple award-winning “Chanukah at Grover’s Corners,” in which he a was principal writer and co-star along with Theodore Bikel.  As an actor he originated the role of Arthur in William Gibson’s “A Cry of Player” with Anne Bancroft and Frank Langella.  He also appeared in the movie “Alice’s Resturant” as, what else, “a hippie.”

    Location: Roche Reading Park

Friday July 17, 2020
   11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM GSK Science in the Summer™: Be a Chemist!  
    Contact: Jasmine DeJackome   413-443-7171 x335   jdejackome@berkshiremuseum.org
   

Friday, July 10, 17, 24, and 31, 2020

11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

We are excited to team up with our friends from Berkshire Museum to offer GSK Science in the Summer programming again this year!  The GSK Science in the Summer program is offered for free at various schools and community locations to provide a summer science experience that sparks a lifelong interest in science and supports interest in pursuing STEM careers.  

This summer's theme is Be A Chemist and programming will be held virtually this year!  When you sign up, your summer learner will receive access to pre-recorded informational videos, packaged materials kits to be picked up, and live hangouts with our museum educators. 

Registration is required.  To sign up, please contact Jasmine DeJackome, School and Teacher Programs Manager, at Berkshire Museum at 413-443-7171 x335 or jdejackome@berkshiremuseum.org.

    Location: Youth Department

Tuesday July 21, 2020
   11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Terry a la Berry and Friends!  
    Contact:    (413) 637-0197   
   

Terry a la Berry and Friends return to perform every Tuesday, 

June 30 through August 18, 2020, from 11:00 a.m. to noon!

Concerts will be held via Facebook Live until it is safe to resume in-person shows in the reading park. 

Terry will be joined by Erin Laundry (on guitar) and Tish Merwin (on bass).


Terry A La Berry has been performing for Children for more than 30 years in venues stretching from the White House to the Miami Children’s Museum and everywhere in between.  In his other “life” as long-time drummer for Arlo Guthrie, he appears on many of Guthrie’s recordings including the Grammy nominated “Grow Big.”  He has recorded with numerous other artists including Grammy winner Pete Seeger.  He spent 20 years singing for children and their families at the White House, The Museum of Natural History, The Jewish Museum of New York, the Goodwill games, the Florida State Fair, The Today Show, and several PBS Children’s Specials, including the multiple award-winning “Chanukah at Grover’s Corners,” in which he a was principal writer and co-star along with Theodore Bikel.  As an actor he originated the role of Arthur in William Gibson’s “A Cry of Player” with Anne Bancroft and Frank Langella.  He also appeared in the movie “Alice’s Resturant” as, what else, “a hippie.”

    Location: Roche Reading Park

Friday July 24, 2020
   11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM GSK Science in the Summer™: Be a Chemist!  
    Contact: Jasmine DeJackome   413-443-7171 x335   jdejackome@berkshiremuseum.org
   

Friday, July 10, 17, 24, and 31, 2020

11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

We are excited to team up with our friends from Berkshire Museum to offer GSK Science in the Summer programming again this year!  The GSK Science in the Summer program is offered for free at various schools and community locations to provide a summer science experience that sparks a lifelong interest in science and supports interest in pursuing STEM careers.  

This summer's theme is Be A Chemist and programming will be held virtually this year!  When you sign up, your summer learner will receive access to pre-recorded informational videos, packaged materials kits to be picked up, and live hangouts with our museum educators. 

Registration is required.  To sign up, please contact Jasmine DeJackome, School and Teacher Programs Manager, at Berkshire Museum at 413-443-7171 x335 or jdejackome@berkshiremuseum.org.

    Location: Youth Department

Tuesday July 28, 2020
   11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Terry a la Berry and Friends!  
    Contact:    (413) 637-0197   
   

Terry a la Berry and Friends return to perform every Tuesday, 

June 30 through August 18, 2020, from 11:00 a.m. to noon!

Concerts will be held via Facebook Live until it is safe to resume in-person shows in the reading park. 

Terry will be joined by Erin Laundry (on guitar) and Tish Merwin (on bass).


Terry A La Berry has been performing for Children for more than 30 years in venues stretching from the White House to the Miami Children’s Museum and everywhere in between.  In his other “life” as long-time drummer for Arlo Guthrie, he appears on many of Guthrie’s recordings including the Grammy nominated “Grow Big.”  He has recorded with numerous other artists including Grammy winner Pete Seeger.  He spent 20 years singing for children and their families at the White House, The Museum of Natural History, The Jewish Museum of New York, the Goodwill games, the Florida State Fair, The Today Show, and several PBS Children’s Specials, including the multiple award-winning “Chanukah at Grover’s Corners,” in which he a was principal writer and co-star along with Theodore Bikel.  As an actor he originated the role of Arthur in William Gibson’s “A Cry of Player” with Anne Bancroft and Frank Langella.  He also appeared in the movie “Alice’s Resturant” as, what else, “a hippie.”

    Location: Roche Reading Park
   7:00 PM  -  7:45 PM Trivia Night  
   

Paul Uhrig is your host for Trivia Night, to be held the last Tuesday the month April-September, featuring secret trivia from the Queen Mary II (N.Y. to Southampton). Teams of 1 to 6 person(s) can be formed. Please bring a pencil or pen.

    Location: Dome Room

Friday July 31, 2020
   11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM GSK Science in the Summer™: Be a Chemist!  
    Contact: Jasmine DeJackome   413-443-7171 x335   jdejackome@berkshiremuseum.org
   

Friday, July 10, 17, 24, and 31, 2020

11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

We are excited to team up with our friends from Berkshire Museum to offer GSK Science in the Summer programming again this year!  The GSK Science in the Summer program is offered for free at various schools and community locations to provide a summer science experience that sparks a lifelong interest in science and supports interest in pursuing STEM careers.  

This summer's theme is Be A Chemist and programming will be held virtually this year!  When you sign up, your summer learner will receive access to pre-recorded informational videos, packaged materials kits to be picked up, and live hangouts with our museum educators. 

Registration is required.  To sign up, please contact Jasmine DeJackome, School and Teacher Programs Manager, at Berkshire Museum at 413-443-7171 x335 or jdejackome@berkshiremuseum.org.

    Location: Youth Department

Tuesday August 4, 2020
   11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Terry a la Berry and Friends!  
    Contact:    (413) 637-0197   
   

Terry a la Berry and Friends return to perform every Tuesday, 

June 30 through August 18, 2020, from 11:00 a.m. to noon!

Concerts will be held via Facebook Live until it is safe to resume in-person shows in the reading park. 

Terry will be joined by Erin Laundry (on guitar) and Tish Merwin (on bass).


Terry A La Berry has been performing for Children for more than 30 years in venues stretching from the White House to the Miami Children’s Museum and everywhere in between.  In his other “life” as long-time drummer for Arlo Guthrie, he appears on many of Guthrie’s recordings including the Grammy nominated “Grow Big.”  He has recorded with numerous other artists including Grammy winner Pete Seeger.  He spent 20 years singing for children and their families at the White House, The Museum of Natural History, The Jewish Museum of New York, the Goodwill games, the Florida State Fair, The Today Show, and several PBS Children’s Specials, including the multiple award-winning “Chanukah at Grover’s Corners,” in which he a was principal writer and co-star along with Theodore Bikel.  As an actor he originated the role of Arthur in William Gibson’s “A Cry of Player” with Anne Bancroft and Frank Langella.  He also appeared in the movie “Alice’s Resturant” as, what else, “a hippie.”

    Location: Roche Reading Park
   6:30 PM  -  7:45 PM First Tuesday Book Group  
    Contact: Megan Mackey   (413) 637-0197 x100   mmackey@lenoxlib.org
   

The First Tuesday Book Group meets once a month to read and discuss a book together. All are welcome.

This month's selection TBD.

    Location: Legacy Room

Tuesday August 11, 2020
   11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Terry a la Berry and Friends!  
    Contact:    (413) 637-0197   
   

Terry a la Berry and Friends return to perform every Tuesday, 

June 30 through August 18, 2020, from 11:00 a.m. to noon!

Concerts will be held via Facebook Live until it is safe to resume in-person shows in the reading park. 

Terry will be joined by Erin Laundry (on guitar) and Tish Merwin (on bass).


Terry A La Berry has been performing for Children for more than 30 years in venues stretching from the White House to the Miami Children’s Museum and everywhere in between.  In his other “life” as long-time drummer for Arlo Guthrie, he appears on many of Guthrie’s recordings including the Grammy nominated “Grow Big.”  He has recorded with numerous other artists including Grammy winner Pete Seeger.  He spent 20 years singing for children and their families at the White House, The Museum of Natural History, The Jewish Museum of New York, the Goodwill games, the Florida State Fair, The Today Show, and several PBS Children’s Specials, including the multiple award-winning “Chanukah at Grover’s Corners,” in which he a was principal writer and co-star along with Theodore Bikel.  As an actor he originated the role of Arthur in William Gibson’s “A Cry of Player” with Anne Bancroft and Frank Langella.  He also appeared in the movie “Alice’s Resturant” as, what else, “a hippie.”

    Location: Roche Reading Park

Tuesday August 18, 2020
   11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Terry a la Berry and Friends!  
    Contact:    (413) 637-0197   
   

Terry a la Berry and Friends return to perform every Tuesday, 

June 30 through August 18, 2020, from 11:00 a.m. to noon!

Concerts will be held via Facebook Live until it is safe to resume in-person shows in the reading park. 

Terry will be joined by Erin Laundry (on guitar) and Tish Merwin (on bass).


Terry A La Berry has been performing for Children for more than 30 years in venues stretching from the White House to the Miami Children’s Museum and everywhere in between.  In his other “life” as long-time drummer for Arlo Guthrie, he appears on many of Guthrie’s recordings including the Grammy nominated “Grow Big.”  He has recorded with numerous other artists including Grammy winner Pete Seeger.  He spent 20 years singing for children and their families at the White House, The Museum of Natural History, The Jewish Museum of New York, the Goodwill games, the Florida State Fair, The Today Show, and several PBS Children’s Specials, including the multiple award-winning “Chanukah at Grover’s Corners,” in which he a was principal writer and co-star along with Theodore Bikel.  As an actor he originated the role of Arthur in William Gibson’s “A Cry of Player” with Anne Bancroft and Frank Langella.  He also appeared in the movie “Alice’s Resturant” as, what else, “a hippie.”

    Location: Roche Reading Park

Tuesday August 25, 2020
   7:00 PM  -  7:45 PM Trivia Night  
   

Paul Uhrig is your host for Trivia Night, to be held the last Tuesday the month April-September, featuring secret trivia from the Queen Mary II (N.Y. to Southampton). Teams of 1 to 6 person(s) can be formed. Please bring a pencil or pen.

    Location: Dome Room

Tuesday September 1, 2020
   6:30 PM  -  7:45 PM First Tuesday Book Group  
    Contact: Megan Mackey   (413) 637-0197 x100   mmackey@lenoxlib.org
   

The First Tuesday Book Group meets once a month to read and discuss a book together. All are welcome.

This month's selection TBD.

    Location: Legacy Room

Wednesday September 2, 2020
   10:00 AM  -  6:00 PM OLLI Art at the Lenox Library  
    Contact: Megan Whilden   413.236.2192   www.berkshireOLLI.org
   

OLLI Art Show

    Location: Welles Gallery

Wednesday September 2, 2020 -  Tuesday September 8, 2020
   10:00 AM  -  6:00 PM OLLI Art at the Lenox Library  
    Contact: Megan Whilden   413.236.2192   www.berkshireOLLI.org
   

OLLI Art Show

    Location: Welles Gallery

Thursday September 3, 2020
   10:00 AM  -  6:00 PM OLLI Art at the Lenox Library  
    Contact: Megan Whilden   413.236.2192   www.berkshireOLLI.org
   

OLLI Art Show

    Location: Welles Gallery

Friday September 4, 2020
   10:00 AM  -  6:00 PM OLLI Art at the Lenox Library  
    Contact: Megan Whilden   413.236.2192   www.berkshireOLLI.org
   

OLLI Art Show

    Location: Welles Gallery

Saturday September 5, 2020
   10:00 AM  -  6:00 PM OLLI Art at the Lenox Library  
    Contact: Megan Whilden   413.236.2192   www.berkshireOLLI.org
   

OLLI Art Show

    Location: Welles Gallery

Sunday September 6, 2020
   10:00 AM  -  6:00 PM OLLI Art at the Lenox Library  
    Contact: Megan Whilden   413.236.2192   www.berkshireOLLI.org
   

OLLI Art Show

    Location: Welles Gallery

Monday September 7, 2020
   10:00 AM  -  6:00 PM OLLI Art at the Lenox Library  
    Contact: Megan Whilden   413.236.2192   www.berkshireOLLI.org
   

OLLI Art Show

    Location: Welles Gallery

Tuesday September 8, 2020
   10:00 AM  -  6:00 PM OLLI Art at the Lenox Library  
    Contact: Megan Whilden   413.236.2192   www.berkshireOLLI.org
   

OLLI Art Show

    Location: Welles Gallery

Tuesday September 29, 2020
   7:00 PM  -  7:45 PM Trivia Night  
   

Paul Uhrig is your host for Trivia Night, to be held the last Tuesday the month April-September, featuring secret trivia from the Queen Mary II (N.Y. to Southampton). Teams of 1 to 6 person(s) can be formed. Please bring a pencil or pen.

After tonight's session, the next will not be held until April 27, 2021.

    Location: Dome Room

Tuesday October 6, 2020
   6:30 PM  -  7:45 PM First Tuesday Book Group  
    Contact: Megan Mackey   (413) 637-0197 x100   mmackey@lenoxlib.org
   

The First Tuesday Book Group meets once a month to read and discuss a book together. All are welcome.

This month's selection TBD.

    Location: Legacy Room

Tuesday November 3, 2020
   6:30 PM  -  7:45 PM First Tuesday Book Group  
    Contact: Megan Mackey   (413) 637-0197 x100   mmackey@lenoxlib.org
   

The First Tuesday Book Group meets once a month to read and discuss a book together. All are welcome.

This month's selection TBD.

    Location: Legacy Room

Wednesday November 11, 2020
     CLOSED FOR SERVICES  
   

The library is closed for services in observance of Veterans Day.

We will follow our normal hours of operation (Tuesday 10:00 AM-8:00 PM; Wednesday-Friday 10:00 AM-6:00 PM; Saturday 10:00 AM-5:00 PM; closed Sunday and Monday) all other days this week.


Thursday November 26, 2020 -  Friday November 27, 2020
     CLOSED FOR SERVICES  
   

The library is closed for services on Thursday AND Friday, November 26 AND 27, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

We will follow our normal hours of operation (Tuesday 10:00 AM-8:00 PM; Wednesday-Friday 10:00 AM-6:00 PM; Saturday 10:00 AM-5:00 PM; closed Sunday and Monday) all other days this week.


Thursday November 26, 2020 -  Friday November 27, 2020
   10:00 AM  -  6:00 PM CLOSED FOR SERVICES  
   

In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, the library will be closed on Thursday, November 26, and Friday, November 27, 2020.
Regular hours will resume on Saturday, November 28.


Tuesday December 1, 2020
   6:30 PM  -  7:45 PM First Tuesday Book Group  
    Contact: Megan Mackey   (413) 637-0197 x100   mmackey@lenoxlib.org
   

The First Tuesday Book Group meets once a month to read and discuss a book together. All are welcome.

This month's selection TBD.

    Location: Legacy Room

Thursday December 24, 2020
   10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM EARLY CLOSING AT NOON  
   

The library will close at noon in observance of the holiday, and will be closed for services on Friday, December 25.

We will follow our normal hours of operation (Tuesday 10:00 AM-8:00 PM; Wednesday-Friday 10:00 AM-6:00 PM; Saturday 10:00 AM-5:00 PM; closed Sunday and Monday) all other days this week.


Friday December 25, 2020
     CLOSED FOR SERVICES  
   

The library is closed for services in observance of the holiday.

Aside from the early closing on Thursday, December 24, we will follow our normal hours of operation (Tuesday 10:00 AM-8:00 PM; Wednesday-Friday 10:00 AM-6:00 PM; Saturday 10:00 AM-5:00 PM; closed Sunday and Monday) all other days this week.


Thursday December 31, 2020
   10:00 AM  -  5:00 PM EARLY CLOSING AT 5:00 PM  
   

The library will close at 5:00 PM in observance of the New Year's Eve, and will be closed for services on Friday, January 1.

We will follow our normal hours of operation (Tuesday 10:00 AM-8:00 PM; Wednesday-Friday 10:00 AM-6:00 PM; Saturday 10:00 AM-5:00 PM; closed Sunday and Monday) all other days this week.


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