Our patrons are inspired about the Hamilton-Wenham Public Library because they know that it is a dynamic and welcoming destination, and a portal to a commonwealth of information, creative programs, leading-edge technology, and materials to satisfy every curiosity.
We believe all questions and requests are important and we strive for excellence in the quality of answers we offer. We listen to our patrons, surprise them with superior service, and embrace change when it will improve our library.
We develop community partnerships that minimize duplication of efforts and strengthen our library as a valuable resource to every member of our two towns.
We promote the joy of reading and the value of lifelong learning to all.
The Hamilton-Wenham Public Library is a publicly funded institution dedicated to the common good by serving the informational, educational, cultural, and recreational needs of the community and encouraging its patrons in the lifelong pursuit of learning and personal growth. The library will be responsive to the needs of its diverse users, advocate and support the use of appropriate technology, build an excellent collection, commit itself to the highest ideals of library service and the principles of intellectual freedom, and provide a welcoming meeting place for the community.
Approved by the Hamilton-Wenham Public Library Board of Trustees - June 9, 2005
Nichole Gray, Chair - 2022
Dorothy Goudie, Vice Chair - 2020
Julie Clay, Secretary - 2021
Dede Johnson, Liaison to the Friends - 2021
Dolores Boghdan - 2020
Judith Bubriski - 2022
Contact the Hamilton-Wenham Library
14 Union Street
South Hamilton, MA 01984
Library of Things
Check out our Library of Things. Literally: check them out! Our library has a growing collection of non-traditional or unconventional items (called “realia” in library jargon) that you can borrow as you would a book, CD, or DVD. These items range from board games to cookie cutters to an actual butter churn. For more information Library of Things