Leisure Event Details
Food for Fines

Library patrons returning overdue materials will have their fines forgiven if they bring in a non-perishable food donation, or make a monetary contribution to the Amherst Survival Center.

Mon, Jan 6, 2014 - Tue, Jan 21, 2014

Jones Library
43 Amity St.
Amherst, MA,
(413) 259-3090
More Events at Jones Library
09.07.14 - 09.28.14
The Forgiveness Project: A Series on the Theme of Forgiveness
Jones Library
A series of programs during the month of September on the theme of forgiveness, including a mini community read and a film and discussion series. Based on , by Desmond Tutu.
Words Like Barbed Wire: The Poetry of World War One
Jones Library
Barry Deitz discusses the lives of several writers through the war, their experiences good and bad, and the effect of the war on those who survived.
Arda Collins and Matthew Rohrer
Jones Library
Poets Collins and Rohrer read from their work. Part of the jubilat/Jones Reading Series.
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Oh My!
Turning on to the Valley’s hand-crafted kink
Automotive Perspectives
“We shape our tools,” exclaimed 20th century media and technology critic Marshall McLuhan,...
Running Away To The Circus School
A moment after the woman at the reception desk hollers up to announce my arrival, Elsie Smith...
Beyond “Because It’s There”
“B ecause it’s there” has been the accepted motivation behind all manner of exploits,...
Handmade... or Not?
Fine furniture makers find a place for digital fabrication tools.
Game On
The Quarters reinvents the arcade.