North Adams Community Memorial Library

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Welcome to the North Adams Community Memorial Library!

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NEW HOURS (soon)

Beginning Tuesday, February 28, we will be instituting our new hours.

We are adding 10 hours per week and will be open 2 evening a week until 7.

Our new hours are:

Tuesday 12-7

Wednesday 11-7

Thursday & Friday 11-5

Saturday 9-12

New Databases for your use

Exciting news! Now available to our patrons are three new services. ComicsPlus Library Edition, Transparent Language Online, and Zinio for Libraries. Scroll down on the page and you will find the icons for these services beneath "Reference" in the left-hand column. These will allow you to download comic books and graphic novels to your device; to learn a language, or refresh your skills, from the comfort of home; and, to download magazines to your device. We are excited to be able to offer these services to our patrons. You will need your library card to log in to these sites.


Book Club

The book club will hold their next meeting on Wednesday, March 8 at 12:15, here at the library. Bring a sack lunch and join the discussion. The book to be read this time is The Shack by William Paul Young.

If you would like to request a copy, let us know.

Newly available for your use in the library is:

Check out the link to Local History and Genealogy, located in the bar beneath the logo at the top of the page.

Your library resources available anytime, anywhere:

eShelf & Research

- Work and research from the office or from home, anytime

Good Reads

 - Book reviews, top sellers, author interviews, and news headlines


Library Catalog

Search for books in our collection or log in to your account. 


Search for downloadable ebooks and audio books.

Search for books from across the state to borrow from this library.



Renew your license plates or driver's license online! No lines to stand in!


Looking for an activity? Check here for free passes to many parks, museums, etc.

The Library of Michigan provides a wide variety of databases (including Heritage Quest Online) for the use of all Michigan residents.

Search for information to build your family tree here, and above at Heritage Quest. If you need assistance with your genealogy, please come in.

Comics and Graphic Novels to download to your device. Available from home with a library card.

Learn the language of your choice. Progress at your own pace. Refreshers. Specialized vocabularies. Available from home with a library card.


Magazines to download to your device. Available from home with a library card.