The Holyoke library is expanding the type of adult programming we offer to the community. Our space provides the opportunity for a variety of programs. Quiet study areas on the fourth floor may be reserved for tutoring sessions, group project work and much more.
Community meetings may be held in our first-floor conference room or our large Community Meeting Room located on the ground floor. The Community Room will also host library sponsored author visits, music programs, speaker series, dramatic programs and may be reserved by the community for private programming that correspond to a library setting. It is also the only place in the library where food may be served.
Adult education classes and adult computer education will take place in the classroom section of our computer lab. We host book clubs, language education, and fine art programs. Our Online Reference section includes several databases and useful websites.
If you have any questions, suggestions, or feel that you can offer a level of expertise to a library program on a volunteer basis please call Maria Pagan, Library Director at 420-8101