Berkshire groups seek to provide support to the victims and families of the Boston Marathon bombing by way of a fundraising campaign throughout June.
Announcing the effort at a Friday press conference at the former Firehouse Cafe on Park Street, organizer Fidel Moreno said the campaign’s going to kick off rock ‘n’ roll style with a June 1 concert at Bowe Field.
Here’s a link to the Transcript article with all the details.
Berkshires 4 Boston! Fundraising Concert for Boston Marathon Victims Assistance Campaign – June 1st, at Bowe Field in Adams, 12 noon. Admission is FREE but donations are encouraged.
Practice tests and get some tutoring!
See our Teen Zone for information.
Check out our newest testing resource for High School teens: Varsity Tutors.
They have free practice tests that teens can use to beef up their skills for college entrance exams.
If you have any questions about this resource, feel free to contact our Young Adult Librarian, Helen Olshever, at our library.
Our artist this month is a young photographer from Mt. Greylock High School, Ian Culnane. Ian is in the 9th grade and calls his photography a “hobby – not a profession”. Ian captures his intriguing images while on family vacations to exotic places over the past 4 years.
Come to the library and see his stunning images from China, Africa, and other far away lands.
Springtime at the Milne Library!
Toddler Story Times, THURSDAYS, at 10:30 am
On Thursday, April 18, from 2-4 pm in the Children’s Room, elementary age children can learn how to play a variety of classic and new board games. There will also be Lego challenges, and kids are encouraged to bring their own favorite games to teach and play with others. Bring your friends and family and enjoy some gaming fun at the library!
Check out our new activities under the Children’s & Teen Zone!