North Adams Community Memorial Library

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Who We Are

The North Adams Community Memorial Library is located at 110 East Main St. The North Adams Community Memorial Library was established in 1921 and is a district library that provides free services to all residents living within the Village of North Adams, Adams Township, Moscow Township, and that portion of Wheatland Township that is not within the Hudson School District, with services available to all others for an annual fee.

The library holds approximately 12,000 books, DVDs, magazines and audio books.

Our mission is to provide materials and services to help community residents obtain information meeting their personal, educational and professional needs. We are here to provide the community with access to the world of social and cultural ideas by offering a wide variety of materials and programs. We exist to foster a love of reading, curiosity, and life-long learning.


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.



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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.