Preserving Palmer’s History – Stories of ordinary people are extraordinary ! CLICK ON THE NAMES BELOW TO VIEW THE COMPLETED RECORDINGS FOR THIS PROJECT: Prof. Christopher Maslon Virginia Masnicki Ignacy Pobieglo SCROLL DOWN TO FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROJECT! Join this Palmer oral history and personal story project, to help preserve … Continued
Discover your next great book! CLICK HERE to view the latest digital edition of BookPage, or find the latest printed edition available at our front desk. This issue features the BookPage Best Books of 2024, standouts from an incredible reading year across all categories and genres, from brilliant debuts like Alice Winn’s IN MEMORIAM to … Continued
Browse our library and collection of online resources, databases, research tools, magazines, entertainment services and more. Click here to view and access our databases. Please note that some resources can only be accessed within the library or from within your home with your library card.
Do you have mobile devices, a laptop, tablet, and/or a personal computer at home? Would you like to learn how to download free digital library material that returns itself? Use your library card to borrow ebooks and audiobooks to read on your phone or tablet using the Libby app by OverDrive. You can even send … Continued
Can’t make it to the library? We can bring your books (and more) right to your doorstep! We deliver to Palmer and neighboring towns. To learn more about our Outreach Services or to get started, please email Sandy Burke or call her at 413-283-3330, ext. 124.
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We are continuously working on digitizing our microfilm of The Palmer Journal, started in 1850. The digital papers are being uploaded on Internet Archive and these papers are text searchable. Click here to view! Any questions regarding access should call the library at (413) 283-3330. Microfilm access is still available at this time.