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As spring turns to summer, peek into the past, with a look at the 1859 Old Farmer’s Almanac. This edition of the Old Farmer’s Almanac highlights a variety of topics ranging from finances to farming.

In spirit of the recent renovations at the Amherst Town Library over the past year, peak into the past, with a look at The Town Library- Its Birth and Rebirth. Published in 1911, this eleven page booklet was created for the re-opening of the newly remodeled Library.

With the school year coming to a close, peak into the past with a look at The Broadcaster, Amherst High School’s yearbook from 1928-1942.  Ranging in length these yearbooks displayed written work from the students, summarized the year’s activities and athletics, reported on alumni, and n

This summer enjoy a weekly historical highlight from the archives that features a piece of Amherst Town and/or Library history. This week peak into the past with a look at the Amherst Town Library Bulletins from the early 1900’s.

View slides from our 3-D printing intitative kickoff held on Thursday, April 9 by clicking here.


We are pleased to announce new functionality that allows cardholders to check out Overdrive eBooks and downloadable audiobooks directly from the library's catalog.  Users may now also place and cancel holds, as well as monitor account activity, seamlessly from the library catalog.

E-resources (online catalog, eBooks, databases) will be unavailable for a short time in the morning during an equipment upgrade.

We've added a new self-checkout station on the main floor for your convenience!

The Friends of the Library Holiday Book Sale has been extended to Sunday, December 20. All books are only $1!

Beginning on November 1, 2014, OverDrive, one of our vendor for digital materials, will start to phase out WMA audiobooks. If you are accustom to downloading audiobooks in the WMA format, you'll be happy to know that you can use the MP3 format to enjoy audiobooks.