Teens (ages 11 through HS) sign up for our new subscription box service! Each month will have a new craft, plus some other goodies. No virtual meetings needed! Relaxing and fun! Sign up once and receive each month's box!No monthly meetings or online meetings! Craft on your own time with no pressure or stress! This month's Teen Takeaway features Crumpled Paper Art!
Find Your Next Book
Got WiFi? The library does and we're lending it out!
Borrow one of our new mobile hotspots for Internet service on the go. These small devices create a WiFi signal you can connect your device to. Hotspots can be borrowed for 3 weeks and must be checked out on an adult's card.
Online Author Events!
Bringing you a range of talks from best selling authors and thought leaders,
South Hadley Public Library serves as a safe community gathering space where all library patrons are welcomed with dignity and respect. The library’s collections, programs, and services will reflect both the town of South Hadley and the world at large. The library will collaborate with community partners to provide a comfortable environment that is reflective and responsive to the recreational, educational, and cultural needs of our library users.
Gaylord Memorial Library
The Gaylord Memorial Library, right across from Mount Holyoke College, is a branch of the South Hadley Public Library and offers full library services in a historic setting near the Village Commons and town center.
Access eBooks and eAudiobooks
Homebound Delivery for Residents
Services provided via the Gaylord Memorial Library
Our homebound service is accepting new applications from South Hadley residents who have health or transportation issues that keep them from the library. Materials are selected and delivered by library staff on a monthly basis. Homebound delivery recipients must be home or have a household member available to receive the contactless delivery at the scheduled date/time. Interested residents may print out or fill out an online application or call the Gaylord Library at 413-538-5047 to register.
Commission on Disabilities Survey
The Commission is currently doing a survey to help us understand the needs of the community members with disabilities. We are asking for your assistance in the survey. Click here for the survey.
To request a paper survey, contact commission clerk Larry Dubois at (413) 531-9561. Surveys can also be made available in large print.