Effective October 31st, 2020
The Goodwin Library Building will close permanently as the Town of Hadley's public library facility at 3:00 PM on Saturday, October 31st, 2020. Library services will be temporarily unavailable from Monday, November 2nd through Saturday, November 7th in order to move into the new Hadley Public Library building at 50 Middle Street. Our phone number 413-584-7451 and address remain the same. After October 31st library materials may be returned to the drop slot at the main entrance of the new library. We plan to resume limited circulation of library materials beginning Monday, November 9th with pick-up available by appointment in the lobby. The Library building will remain closed to the public at this time. Massachusetts Library System interlibrary loan deliveries have resumed as of Monday, June 22nd. Items from other libraries can be requested by phone (413-584-7451), email (email@example.com) or through the library's online C/WMARS catalog (http://hadley.cwmars.org/eg/opac/home).
Home delivery for the elderly and those with health issues will again be available. Contact the library for more details.
No donations are being accepted at this time and the book drop should only be used for returning library materials. All returned items will be quarantined before being returned to the shelf or recirculated. individuals should take their own precautionary measures as far as sterilizing book covers, etc. and proceed at their own risk.
As of November 9, 2020 Hadley Public Library hours of operation will be as follows:
Monday: 2 - 7 PM
Tuesday: 10 AM - 5 PM
Wednesday: 2 - 7 PM
Thursday: 10 AM - 5 PM
Friday: 2 - 7 PM
Saturday: 10 AM - 3 PM
The Library’s wi-fi continues to be available to visitors outside of the building.
Please be aware that parking at the Library is limited due to construction. Additional parking is available across the intersection in front of the Russell School building.
· Mission Statement
The Goodwin Memorial Library offers residents of all ages the means to meet their recreational reading, viewing, and listening needs; a place to meet and interact with others in their community; support for students enrolled in local schools; the materials and support to know and better understand their personal or community heritage.
Luna Greenwood, M.L.S.
Children's Services Librarian
Youth Services Coordinator