To provide equal access to information and ideas through a wide variety of materials and programs for community members of all ages.
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.
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.
|Amy Lafave||Library Director||(413) 637-2630 ext. 121|