march is youth art month
For the month of March, the Agawam Public Library will be celebrating Youth Art Month, or YAM.
Agawam Public Elementary, Middle, and Junior High Students will be displaying their artwork. An array of media will be represented. We hope you take the time to admire our student’s colorful achievements during this free, open-to-the-public exhibit!
Viewing is available during regular library hours.
For more information please contact Joanne Szelag (413)-789-1550 ext. 8851.
Tax Forms as of3/3/2014
Massachusetts Resident, Non-Resident & Connecticut Non-Resident Forms are available in the Reference area.
1040, 1040A & 1040EZ forms are available. Instructions are available for 1040A & 1040EZ.
We are temporarily out of 1040 instructions.
Some Federal schedules are available.
This information will be updated as new forms arrive.
The March issue of The Bookcase, the Agawam Public Library's newsletter, contains the latest information, news and happenings at the library.
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CALL FOR ENTRIES FOR FRIENDS first OPEN JURIED 3D ART OBJECT SHOW
The Friends of the Agawam Public Library are looking for entries for their First Open Juried 3D Art Object Show to take place in June 2014. For a brochure with more information and entry forms for the 3D art object show, please click here.
zinio is up & running!
Zinio - the world’s largest newsstand - is now on our library’s website! Agawam residents with a library card can download and read full, digital copies of favorite magazines on a computer, tablet or mobile device using the free Zinio Reader app, found on the Zinio website.
Click here to set up your Zinio account.
Additional information on how to use Zinio can be found at the Reference desk.
Agawam Massachusetts: A Town history
Looking for an interesting read? Former town historian, Edith LaFrancis' book Agawam Massachusetts: A Town History is available for purchase at the library for $20.00. Visit the Reference Desk on the lower level to purchase a copy.
free english class offered
The Agawam Public Library will offer an interactive conversational English class every Monday evening from 6:00 to 7:30, starting on September 16. This free class is sponsored by the Friends of the Agawam Library, and is open to all adult learners who are looking to improve their English in the areas of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. This course will cover grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and various aspects of conversational English.
These classes are free and open to the public. For further information or to register, please contact Judy Clini at the Agawam Public Library – 413-789-1550 x 8855, or email email@example.com
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Displays for FEBRUARY
Fiction Kiosk - Romance
Deliso Display - African American History
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EXHIBITS AND DISPLAYS
Lower Level Walls
Johnson Memorial Case
Double Glass Cases