Tilton Library was established in 1915 from funds bequeathed by Chauncey B. Tilton, a local grocer, and by municipal and private contributions. In the late twentieth century, Tilton Library merged with Old Deerfield’s Dickinson Library to become the town of Deerfield’s public library.

Our mission is to provide popular materials for people of all ages and abilities. We strive to meet the independent learning needs of users by providing relevant materials and information. Tilton Library also functions as a community activities center through year round program offerings.

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Western Massachusetts Newspapers Link
Feb 18 Copy and paste the above URL for free access to 10 Western Mass Newspapers.
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Friends of Tilton Library Book Drop Off Period
Apr 14 - May 14
Please drop off your donations of gently used or new books in good condition, clean, dry & mold free. Accepting fiction, cooking, gardening, crafts, art, biography, history and books for kids and teens. Please, no encyclopedias, textbooks, Reader's D
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Mystery Book Discussion Love You More
May 1
Join us in the magazine area on the first Thursday of every month for a discussion of the book. All interested adults welcome.
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Western Massachusetts Newspapers Link

Friends of Tilton Library Book Drop Off Period

Mystery Book Discussion Love You More

April 2014

Library Hours

Monday:  1 - 8
Tuesday:  1 - 5
Wednesday:  10 - 5
Thursday:  1 - 8
Friday:  Closed
Saturday:  9 - 1
Sunday:  Closed

Tilton Library
75 North Main Street
South Deerfield, MA 01373
Tel: 413-665-4683
Fax: 413-665-9118




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