The Sunderland Public Library exists to serve the recreational, informational, and cultural needs of the citizens of Sunderland, Massachusetts. The library does this by providing materials and services to meet these needs.
The library's primary emphasis is on providing popular materials in a variety of formats for all ages. The library also maintains a collection of materials to serve as a first resource for reference and independent learning. Additionally, the library provides educational support for elementary and secondary school levels. Access to information and materials beyond the collections of the Sunderland Public Library are available by referral or Interlibrary Loan through a variety of resources. These resources include the Western Massachusetts Regional Library System, the Springfield City Library Regional Reference Support Service, the Statewide Legal Reference Service, the Boston Public Library’s Statewide Reference and Referral Center, and the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. The library also serves as a community center by providing programming, meeting space, and information about local events.
The library carries out this mission through the work of committed professional and paraprofessional Staff; informed, active Trustees; and dedicated community volunteers.
The Trustees and Staff of the Sunderland Public Library adhere to the principles of the American Library Association's Freedom to Read statement and the Library Bill of Rights for access to all information for all users.
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