Ames Free Library

"Where the Community Connects"

LIBRARY CLOSED TO PUBLIC & STAFF THROUGH MAY 4, 2020 - Please check back for updates

 

The Town of Easton and Easton Select Board have declared a State of Emergency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. On Monday, March 23, the Governor of Massachusetts issued an order for non-essential businesses to close their physical buildings to workers and the public, while encouraging those businesses to operate remotely. Given that proactive flattening of the contagion will serve Easton in the long run:

 

  • The Ames Free Library and Queset House will be closed to the public and to staff through May 4, 2020.
  • All public programming and private group meetings at the Library and Queset House are suspended until further notice.
  • "Holds pickup" window is now closed, based on the direct recommendation of the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners (MBLC).
  • Please do not return any materials while the Library remains closed.  Library items will not be due until June 4. There will be no late fines accruing during the period the Library remains closed.
  • As always, a range of online resources are available here on the website, 24/7, including our online reference services and brand-new, online Storytimes!  You may also register for a library card online. Library staff are continuing to work hard on increasing innovative online programs, so keep checking back for updates.

AFL Videos

Recordings of programs and events that have taken place at the Ames Free Library are hosted by Easton Community Access Television and can be watched on their website by clicking on the below link. You can cycle through their video carousel to browse, or select the magnifying glass at the top of their page to perform a search for a specific title.

 

Videos About & Related to the Ames Free Library 

THE THIRD SPACE 
A film by Ally Kallfelz and Libby McLaughlin 
 
Created by Easton resident Ally Kallfelz and fellow student Libby McCaughlin, from the College of Communication at Boston University. We are happy to report that this is an assignment that they aced!
 

 

 

Snow White, starring Marguerite Clark and written by Winthrop Ames