Lenox Library

Mission

To provide equal access to information and ideas through a wide variety of materials and programs for community members of all ages.

History

The Lenox Library is located in a stately Greek Revival building which was designed by Captain Isaac Damon as the second Berkshire County Court House in 1815-1816, when Lenox was the Shire Town. The Lenox Library Association, incorporated in 1856, moved into the building in 1874, and the space has been operating as a library since that date. Added to the National Historic Register in 1973, the building was most recently renovated to its original grandeur in 2002-2004.

Services

The Lenox Library is a member of the CWMARS regional network. Patrons may borrow a varied array of materials, including books, audio-visual material, museum passes, and ukuleles, while taking advantage of online databases, free internet access and WiFi. An active, vibrant Youth Department, a robust music collection, and a rich selection of local history material are its hallmarks. The Lenox Library holds a very special place in the intellectual, cultural and historical life of its community.

Please visit our Official Website for more information.

Staff Contacts

Name Title Phone
Amy Lafave Library Director (413) 637-2630 ext. 121