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Berkshire Book Houses 

Berkshire Book Houses – created to give 11,000 children ages 0-9 access to books 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year – are installed throughout Berkshire County. Built on the concept of “take a book, leave a book,” you will find them in the following locations. 

Adams

   •  Town Common

   •  30 Columbia St. Park

Alford

  •  Town Hall

Cheshire

  •  Cheshire Cheese Press

Clarksburg

  •  Clarksburg Elementary School

Dalton

  •  Dalton Youth Center

  •  Dalton CRA

  •  Pinegrove Park

Florida

  •  Gabriel Abbott School Library

Great Barrington

  •  Muddy Brook Elementary

  •  Giggle Park

  •  Cottage and East Street

  •  Christian Hill Commons

  •  Community Health Programs

Hancock

  •  Hancock Shaker Village

Hinsdale

  •  Town Hall

Housatonic

  •  Housatonic Playground

Lanesborough

  •  Krispy Kones

  •  American Legion

  •  Laston Park

Lee

  •  Railroad & Main St.

Lenox

  •  Lenox Community Center

North Adams

  •  Child care of the Berkshires

  •  UNO Community Center

  •  Mohawk Forest

  •  North Adams YMCA

Otis                   

  •  Farmington River Country Store

Pittsfield

  •  Berkshire Museum

  •  Office of Cultural Development

  •  Berkshire Regional Transit Authority

  •  Laurin Publishing

  •  Berkshire Community College

  •  Dower Square

  •  Dream Center

  •  Wilson Housing Development

  •  Belanger Field

  •  Burbank Park

  •  Clapp Park

  •  Family Resource Center

  •  YMCA

  •  Central Berkshire Habitat for Humanity

  •  Kirvin Park

  •  Osceola Park

Richmond

  •  Town Hall

Savoy

  •  Savoy General Store

Sheffield

  •  Sheffield Business Association Kiosk

Stockbridge

  •  St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Williamstown

  •  Williamstown Youth Center Playground

Windsor

  •  Friendly Fred’s Store

The Born Learning Trails are a series of interactive signs for families and caregivers to provide fun physical activities that encourage outdoor learning. These signs help provide first steps to building literacy and reading skills. They encourage critical thinking, leadership and team building skills.

 

         Great Barrington                                                                                                       Pittsfield

           • Muddy Brook Elementary                                                                                        • Durant Park

          North Adams                                                                                                               • Springside Park  

           • Joe Wolfe Field                                                                                                         Sheffield

                                                                                                                                                  • Bushnell Sage Library

 

As part of our commitment to the community, Berkshire United Way and Northern Berkshire United Way work together to create early childhood education and literacy opportunities for children and families countywide. To learn more, call BUW at 413.442.6948 or NBUW at 413.663.9062.

Northern Berkshire United Way
P.O. Box 955, North Adams, MA 01247
Phone: (413) 663-9062