Welcome to the East Longmeadow Public Library

 Adult  events are listed below

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Maybe I’ll Read This Book
Teen Book Group

Book jacketThursday, April 24th
2:30 – 3:30 pm.
Library Conference Room

This month we are reading -
 Shatter Me
by Mafi Tahereh

Teens ages 13 – 17 are welcome.
No registration required.
Snacks provided.


Cyber Crime Prevention

cybercrimeSaturday, April 26th
10:00 – 11:00 am.
Library Community Room

Learn what you can do to prevent identity theft, online scams, malicious software and more.

Please register for this program at the Circulation Desk or call 413-525-5400, ext. 1511.


Adult Book Discussion Group

Image of Book JacketTuesday, April 29th
10:00 am. – 11:30 am.
Library Conference Room

Please join us to discuss Mary Alice Monroe’s The Butterfly’s Daughters. Additional copies are available at the Circulation Desk.

Publisher Summary:

Four very different women embark on a transformational journey that follows the migrating monarchs across the United States to Mexico. The story begins when Luz Avila’s grandmother, the local butterfly lady, purchases an old, orange VW bug for a road trip home to Mexico. When she unexpectedly dies, Luz is inspired to take her grandmother’s ashes home. In the manner of the Aztec myth of the goddess who brings light to the world, Luz attracts a collection of lost women, each seeking change in their lives. The Mexican people believe the monarchs are the spirits of the recently departed and Luz taps into ancient rituals and myths as she follows the spectacular, glittering river of orange monarchs in the sky to home.


Library Re-dedication Celebration

What do you mean it’s been ten years??

Photo of library watercolorSaturday, May 3rd
12:00 pm. 
Come meet the people that made our new library possible.
See where we were and what we’ve become.

Light refreshments will be served after the program.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.


Gardening is Murder

Gardening is MurderSaturday, May 10th
1:00 pm.
Library Community Room

Join us as author Neal Sanders gives a humorous talk about gardening from a husband’s unique perspective.

Why does the introduction of one plant into a garden start a game of musical chairs that results in the displacement of at least two other plants?
Why do we have garden benches around our yards if no one ever sits in them?
Why grow potatoes if when you harvest them you discover they are on sale that week at the grocery store for $1.99 for ten pounds?

Registration is required. Please register at the Circulation Desk or by calling 413-525-5400, Ext. 1511.



Hours: Monday - Wednesday 9:30 - 8:00 pm Thursday & Friday 9:30 - 5:00 pm Saturday 9:30 - 4:00 pm Closed Saturdays - June, July & August