Library closing due to weather conditions will be posted on
ABC 40/FOX 6 TV and WHMP 1400 AM radio.


Come to Our Fancy Tea Party!
Saturday, February 7, 2015
11 am-12 noon
Stuffed animals and dolls are encouraged to attend!

Wear your finery and create a craft for your Valentine. Drink delicious tea from special cups and listen to stories from our devoted staff and volunteers. What a lovely way to spend a Saturday!



Calling all Actors!

The Edwards Library needs
young people (age 5-21)
to perform in our Hampton Reads theatrical event:
"The Malted Falcon," by Bruce Hale.

The Performance will be approximately 20 minutes long, and will take place on Thursday, April 9, 2015 in the evening. We will have 6 rehearsals on Tuesday evenings in the Spring. Interested? Talk to Youth Librarian Johanna or call 413-527-9480 for more information.






Download from our
Digital Catalog
and get e-books for free!

Stop in at the Library and ask for the easy step-by-step brochures on how to download free e-books and e-videos from our Digital Catalog. We also have individualized instructions for Sony Readers and MP3's, as well as a comprehensivie "Getting Started" section on the digital website. Ask you librarian for more sites to download free e-audio books. Get the most from your e-reader for free!

Bookfolding Workshop For Adults and Teens

The Boston Bruins Present the 8th Annual PJ Drive

The Edwards Library is partnering with Cradles to Crayons and the Boston Bruins to provide NEW pajamas (sizes 4/5T-18/20) for children in need across the Commonwealth. You can make a difference by bringing in new pajama donations to the Youth Department collection box. We will be collecting from February 1-March 16.


Find new authors, read-alikes of your favorite books, and lots of information on Novelist. Try it and tell us what you think!


Adult Book Group Meets Tuesday, February 3, at 1 pm

This will be the our rescheduled date for our January book,"Bring up the bodies" by Hilary Mantel. Join us! New members are always welcome.

Southampton Writer's Group
Now Meets on Friday at 1:15 p.m.!

The writing group will meet Now on Friday afternoon 1:15 p.m. at the library. New members are always welcome at this peer-run, friendly and supportive group. All forms of writing, and all levels of experience are welcome!

Please contact Jennifer at
413-320-3207 or email for more information.


Support Your Library-Become a Friend. Get involved and make a difference! .

Give Your Library a Book in Honor of a Special Person

What a great holiday gift-giving idea! Mail or bring this form to the Library. You may suggest your donation be used to purchase material in an area of special interest, such as Children's books, large print or a specific subject, ie., hobbies, sports, etc. And your donation is tax deductible!

When a donation is made, an acknowledgement card is sent to the honoree. The material is held at the Main Desk for 1 week so the honoree may see it first. What a wonderful way to remember your relatives and friends.

All Hampton Reads Youth Event

We searched the world map for the countries the soccer players were from, ate pizza, played soccer games and generally had a great time!

Hamptons United Soccer Tournament Pix!
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Visit our Children's Used Book Shelf! Books are on sale for 25 cents each or $1 for 5.

Begins Wednesday at 10:30 am . Pre-K and their grown-ups (siblings too!) are invited to join us. Sing, play, learn and make new friends


Lego Club
Tuesday, February 3,
from 4-5 pm
Designed for kids 6 & up, but younger members are welcome to work on a project with their grown-up. Lego Club work will be displayed on the Creation Station shelf for one month with the architect's name. The February Club challenge will be adding hearts! We have LOTS OF LEGOS!


Explore Online Databases and Newspapers!

Find magazines, journals, local and national newspapers, encyclopedia for all ages Access to thousands of popular magazines, scholarly journals, newspapers (including New York Times 1985+ and Boston Globe 1980+), Encyclopaedia Britannica, biographies, health and prescription drug information, US and World History,  newswires, business directories, investment reports, K-12 resources and electronic reference books. It's easy to use. Explore Databases. Explore newspapers.