402 Main Street Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
librarian@greenfieldpubliclibrary.org
(413)772-1544

Library Hours
  • Monday 9:30-8:00
  • Tuesday 9:30-8:00
  • Wednesday 9:30-8:00
  • Thursday 9:30-5:00
  • Friday 9:30-5:00
  • Saturday 9:30-2:00

For security purposes, the front doors are locked five minutes before closing and the back door ten minutes before closing.

Adults

The GPL has several ongoing programs for adults. All are free and open to anyone who wants to attend, although some require pre-registration. Check our events calendar for dates and times of ongoing programs.


Common Good: A payment system to empower our local communities
Common Good flyer
The Greenfield Public Library welcomes Ivan Ussach, Operations Director of Common Good, on Wednesday January 23, at 6 pm in the LeVanway... Continue Reading
Local Author Talk: J. A. McIntosh
The Greenfield Public library is pleased to present local author J.A. McIntosh for a talk and reading on Tuesday, January 29 at 6:00 pm in... Continue Reading
Greenfield Winter Carnival Events@Greenfield Public Library
Friday, February 1 from 10 am to 5 pm: "Hot Chocolate and Board Game Social" Stop by Greenfield Public Library and warm up with a cup of... Continue Reading
Friends of Greenfield Public Library Book Sale
Come on down to The Friends of the Greenfield Public Library Book Sale on Saturday, February 2nd, from 10am-1:30pm. It’s the perfect... Continue Reading
Upcoming Events
  • Wednesday, January 23 Common Good: A payment system to empower our local communities

    The Greenfield Public Library welcomes Ivan Ussach, Operations Director of Common Good, on Wednesday January 23, at 6 pm in the LeVanway Room of the Greenfield Public Library. Common Good is a non profit, non bank financial institution working for social change and community empowerment in Western Massachusetts. Established in 2013, the Greenfield Common Good […]

  • Tuesday, January 29 Local Author Talk: J. A. McIntosh

    The Greenfield Public library is pleased to present local author J.A. McIntosh for a talk and reading on Tuesday, January 29 at 6:00 pm in the LeVanway Meeting Room. She will speak about her current book, Niagra Fontaine, and her next, A. B. Hartwell, which will be published in 2019. McIntosh spent many years as […]

  • Friday, February 1 Greenfield Winter Carnival Events@Greenfield Public Library

    Friday, February 1 from 10 am to 5 pm: “Hot Chocolate and Board Game Social” Stop by Greenfield Public Library and warm up with a cup of hot chocolate! While you’re there stay to play one of the library’s many board games. Play areas will be set up throughout the main floor. Ongoing: February 1 […]

  • Saturday, February 2 Friends of Greenfield Public Library Book Sale

    Come on down to The Friends of the Greenfield Public Library Book Sale on Saturday, February 2nd, from 10am-1:30pm. It’s the perfect place to find books for winter hibernation days. Shop local.

  • Saturday, February 2 - Sunday, February 3 Greenfield Winter Carnival Events@Greenfield Public Library

    Ongoing: February 1 – 3 “Downtown Poetry Walk” Stop by the library or look online for a map of our first ever Winter Carnival themed poetry walk. A dozen poems will be posted around town to reflect and enhance your winter carnival experience. Ongoing: February 1 – 3 “Instagram Winter Carnival Scavenger Hunt” Find the […]

  • Monday, February 4 Warrior Writers Writing Workshop

    Warrior Writers workshop is for Veterans, active service members and military families who have a story to tell. Local writer and veteran, Eric Wasileski, will provide prompts and topics for discussion covering issues and experiences relating to living in a military community, deployment and homecoming of loved ones, relationships, supporting each other, healing, and growth. […]

  • Wednesday, February 6, 2019 First Wednesday Speaker Series: Real Pickles

    The First Wednesday Speaker Series welcomes Katie Korby, of Real Pickles, on Wednesday February 6, at 6 pm in The LeVanway Room of the Greenfield Public Library.  Join Katie, as she introduces basic pickling techniques, and discusses how Real Pickles works to promote human and ecological health with delicious and nourishing food. Since 2001, Real […]

  • Monday, February 11 Essential Oils Workshop

    The library is pleased to welcome Nora Zinan, RN, Holistic Nurse for a series of workshops on Essential Oils as part of our Winter Self-Care Series. February 11:  Reducing Pain and Inflammation with Essential Oils Essential oils can decrease inflammation, soothe nerve pain, heal wounds and decrease the need for strong pain medications. In this […]

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