Explore New England, Weaving, and more!

Join Royalston Library Director Kathy Morris for a brief history of wheat weaving in New England, followed by a hands-on workshop in which you will get to make a gorgeous objet'd'art out of wheat!

Join Royalston Library Director Kathy Morris for a brief history of wheat weaving in New England, followed by a hands-on workshop in which you will get to make a gorgeous objet'd'art out of wheat!

Utne Reader: Alternative coverage of politics, culture, and new ideas

Utne Reader: Alternative coverage of politics, culture, and new ideas

April 12-18 is #NationalLibraryWeek 2015!!

April is (Check out activities for our local library!

Take a tour of our new library park!

with landscape architect Katie Martin in the new Miller’s River Park: Come learn about the plants in the new library park and how to maintain your garden. Free & Open to the Public.

Learn to knit here at the library!  Free and open to the public.

Learn to knit here at the library! Free and open to the public.

Hey, teens! go beneath the surface this summer at the Athol Public Library. From soil to caves, to the sea, to graves, to archaeology!

go beneath the surface this summer at the Athol Public Library. From soil to caves, to the sea, to graves, to archaeology!

Tell us about a book you love and why! We’ll share it on our pinterest board and enter you into a drawing for a bag full of great prizes, including some brand-new books! Forms available at the library or you can e-mail rshtulman@cwmars.org Now through July 24

Tell us about a book you love and why! We’ll share it on our pinterest board and enter you into a drawing for a bag full of great prizes, including some brand-new books! Forms available at the library or you can e-mail rshtulman@cwmars.org Now through July 24

Things are Looking Up at the Athol Public Library! Families— Submit a photo! Go outside and look up! We’re looking for photos from around the Athol community that show the sky. Examples include: flying birds, treetops, building skylines, steeples, telephone wires, bridges, kites, and clouds! Take a picture of what you see and send your photo to us at APLChildrensCeiling@yahoo.com.

Things are Looking Up at the Athol Public Library! Families— Submit a photo! Go outside and look up! We’re looking for photos from around the Athol community that show the sky. Examples include: flying birds, treetops, building skylines, steeples, telephone wires, bridges, kites, and clouds! Take a picture of what you see and send your photo to us at APLChildrensCeiling@yahoo.com.

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