The library offers a variety of passes to various venues in the area. To borrow a pass, patrons must reside in either Agawam or Feeding Hills, be 18 or older and have a library card in good standing.
Please visit https://www.agawamlibrary.org/events-activities/museum-passes/ to view a list of available passes. Due to COVID-19, venues are frequently adjusting their hours and admittance policies, so it is advisable to visit individual websites to see current updates.
12/24/2020 – 9 to Noon.
12/25/2020 – closed. Christmas day.
12/26/2020 – closed.
12/31/2020 – 9 to 5.
1/1/2021 – closed. New Year’s Day.
Wednesday November 25: Closing @ 5 PM.
Thursday November 26: Closed.
Normal Hours Friday & Saturday.
Happy Thanksgiving !
The November 2020 issue of The Bookcase, Agawam Public Library’s newsletter, contains the latest information, news and happenings at the library.
No need to make an appointment just to pick up a hold! Starting Monday, August 10, if you are just coming to pick up a hold, your item(s) will be waiting for you in the library’s front lobby. Once we’ve notified you that your hold(s) has/have arrived, we will bag it up and put your name on it. You are welcome to come pick it up anytime during the library’s business hours. Please visit https://bit.ly/3koD4Je to place your holds or just call us: 413-789-1550.
While there are only a few museum and zoo venues open, we will begin to make them available to our patrons beginning Monday, July 6, 2020.
There are some new procedures for some places and patrons will need to confirm that information before they go (Zoogoers must have date and time reserved in advance on their website.)
Passes will still go out for 2 days.
The list of currently available passes is:
The Children’s Museum of CT
New England Air Museum
Norman Rockwell Museum
Zoo in Forest Park
Our annual summer reading program has gone completely virtual this year. COVID may have changed the way we operate but it won’t take away our fun! This year’s theme is Imagine Your Story. We all have a unique story to share after the experiences of the last few months. Our hope is to get you thinking about fairy tales and far off places to get your mind off the seriousness of today’s world. We’re offering a simple escape and keeping it basic as we all learn this new way of doing things.
Click here to go to the Adult Summer Reading Challenge for 2020 homepage !
The June 2020 issue of the Bookcase, Agawam Public Library’s newsletter, contains the latest information, news and happenings at the library.
Curbside service begins Monday! Click here for further information.
We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions about curbside service. Click here to check that out.