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Renewable items will renew automatically! See Renewing for details.
As of August 2019, no overdue fines accrue on Jones Library and its branches’ materials. However, having overdue items on your account may restrict further borrowing and access to digital collections. Please see What happens if I have overdue items? for details.
Yes, you can pay your fines online with Visa, MasterCard, or Discover, by logging into My Account.
See Borrowing for details.
Please notify the Audio/Visual Department staff at 413-259-3089 or email@example.com. We are willing to waive overdue fines on our items in this case. Please note that the library is not responsible for damage to your equipment from our items. You may need to take your player in for repair to remove the item.
Yes! We have several free apps for accessing our collections and services. See Library Apps for details.
Normally, yes. But until our buildings reopen, our meeting rooms will be unavailable.
Normally, yes. We have a large collection of instruments! Unfortunately, only our ukuleles can be borrowed at this time. Check the availability of a ukulele and place a hold. Or learn more about our collection of musical instruments.
Yes! See Wi-Fi Hotspots for details.
Yes. See Print from Home / Pick Up at Jones for details.
While our buildings are closed, we are unable to accept donations. Normally, we accept books and other materials according to our Donating Materials to the Library Policy (PDF). We also maintain a list of other local organizations that accept book donations (PDF).
Town libraries close when other Town offices – not the schools – close due to hazardous winter weather. Announcements regarding library closings are made after 6:30 a.m. via TV stations WWLP Channel 22 and WGGB Channel 40, as well as via the library closure line at 413-259-3094. You can also sign up to receive news alerts by email or text message.
Normally, yes, but not during the pandemic. During normal times, all three of the large academic libraries in Amherst allow unaffiliated local residents to apply for a library card and borrow items at no cost. Residents of Massachusetts are eligible to apply for a card at the UMass Du Bois Library. "Adult residents of Hampshire County or one of the four immediately adjacent counties" are eligible to apply for a card at Amherst College’s Frost Library. "Area residents" are eligible to apply for a card at Hampshire College’s Harold F. Johnson Library.