WELCOME TO THE TEEN ZONE!
The Williamstown Public Library Teen Zone is your home for great programs, events, books, and other materials for young adults. Come in and see what we’ve got to offer!
Due to the upcoming Williams spring break, there will be no mentor at the chess club for the next two weeks. Chris will resume on Wednesday, April 9.
Kids and are welcome to come and play chess from 2:30- 4:30 on Wednesdays for the next two weeks, with the understanding that there will be no instruction or supervision. Parents are encouraged to stay.
Wednesday, Feb.12, 2:30 – 4:30, Chess Club will meet in the children’s room, and every Wednesday thereafter. Kids in 3rd grade and up (including teens) are welcome. Williams College students will be on site to teach or to mentor.
Join us! You don’t have to show up every week, just when it works for you.
WELCOME TO THE CHILDREN’S ROOM!
Come to Story Time!
Tuesdays, 10:30 a.m. - Pre-school Story Time
Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m. - Pre-school Story Time and Craft
Thursdays, 10:30 a.m. - Toddler Story Time
Check out our helpful links to the right!
“I have always imagined that paradise will be a kind of library.”
— Jorge Luis Borges
For the last five years, the University of Texas college directory webpage has been an excellent resource for a complete listing of accredited colleges and universities. Even Massachusetts high school students and their families use the webpage to find and research institutions in which they may be interested.
The college database is an updated, non-commercial directory of all large universities, small colleges, community colleges and trade schools nationwide. In addition to using the most complete and current data available, they’ve also incorporated Google maps and highlighted key data points for each college, including tuition rate, enrollment, and institution type – vital decision-making factors for potential students.
The College Database (Homepage): http://www.
The College Database (Massachusetts): http://www.
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.