View of the Lunenburg Library interior with books and shelves.


Do you want to help raise funds
to support library programs and activities?

The Friends of Lunenburg Public Library is seeking volunteers to help unpack and display books Friday morning, June 2, to get ready for our 2023 spring book sale. We also will need volunteers on Saturday afternoon, June 3, to box up unsold books.

If you want to join us, please sign up HERE.

>> Please Note: Update on Book Donations <<

The Lunenburg Historical Society Presents:
The Mystery of Two Meeting Houses
Thursday, June 1st
7:00pm – 9:00pm

What is the mystery of the two Lunenburg meeting houses? Read more HERE!.
~~ No Registration Required ~~

Friends of the Lunenburg Public Library Annual Spring Book Sale!

Special preview for Members of the Friends:
2:00pm to 7:00pm on Friday, June 2nd

Saturday, June 3rd, Book Sale hours are 9:00am – 2:00pm

>> Family Game Night <<
Thursday, June 8th
6:00pm – 7:00pm

On the second Thursday of every month come to the Library for Family Game Night! We will put out various board and card games that you can play with family and friends!
~~ Open to all ages. No registration needed. ~~

Caregivers Overview of
Medicare and Health Plan Options
Thursday, June 8th
6:30pm – 7:30pm

A representative of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts will give this educational presentation which will review Medicare, additional Medicare plans such as supplements, Medicare Advantage and Part D, and timeframes for enrolling.
Additional Information HERE

The Lunenburg Public Library Monthly Music Series, sponsored by North End Subaru, will kick off with a performance by Crowes Pasture on Saturday, June 10th at 1:00pm in our Wallace Community Room. We are very excited about this partnership with North End Subaru, and have scheduled performaces for the remainder of 2023! Thank you, North End Subaru!

Monique Byrne and Andy Rogovin have intimately blended vocal harmonies that are mixed with an expressive and unique instrumental style that is best described as “a banjo-guitar romance.”
Read more about the Crowes Pasture duo HERE

Adult Craft Lab* — Tie-Dye Party
>> 2 Sessions <<
Register for Wednesday, June 28th @ 6:30pm HERE
Register for Thursday, June 29th @ 10:30am HERE

In this craft lab you will use a selection of vibrant tie-dye colors to create a unique colorful project that is perfect for the bright summer season ahead!

>> Please bring a white cotton t-shirt or tote bag with you to dye <<

There is limited space available for this project, so please cancel if you register but cannot attend! Thank you. *Open to adults 16 +

Mystery Travel Kits for Adults

Traverse the world through library materials! Kits will have a monthly theme and will be available January through May. Registration is required monthly HERE.

Book Clubs

Love reading and having a good book discussion? Find book clubs that meet at our library
or in the local area. View the list HERE.

100 Books Bucket List’
Book Club!
Tuesday, June 6th
11:00am – 12:00pm

Join our morning book club for adults at the Library!
For June, we are reading Square #94: Gone With the Wind, by Margaret Mitchell

Complete information HERE

Meeting Sunday, June 11th
11:00am – 12:00pm

The (Not So) Young Adult Book Club is for those adults who love reading YA books (you know who you are) but teens are totally welcome to join us too!

At this meeting, we’ll be discussing Cemetery Boys, by Aiden Thomas and the graphic novel, Heartstopper – vol. 1 by Alice Oseman. Copies will be available in March to check out at the Library. If you’re interested in YA books and participating in this Book club, please come to the meeting even if you haven’t read the book!

Read more about this new book club, and about the book chosen for June HERE.

>> New Book Club! <<
Meeting every 2nd Wednesday of the Month @ 6:30pm
First Meeting will be Wednesday, June 14th

Selections will be a variety of nonfiction, fiction, and memoir titles about
people in different countries of the world.

We will be reading: Cellist of Sarajevo, by Steven Galloway
Representing Bosnia/Herzegovina (Europe)

Copies will be available at the Library. Additional Information and Book List HERE.

Massachusetts Center for the Book
Monthly Reading Challenge for 2023

Choose a book that fits the monthly challenge. After reading, fill out a short form about the book. If you read at least one book, you will be invited to a year-end celebration hosted by the Massachusetts Center for the Book. If you read a book in each of the twelve months, you will be entered to win one of two totes filled with books and other goodies! Sign-up HERE!

Cricut @ the Library

Cricut Explore Air 2 on a table with the Cricut EasyPress, a computer, a t-shirt with the word "Create," a jug with the Lunenburg Public Library logo and various colored cut-out shapes.

Our newest digital resource at the library is a Cricut cutting machine, as well as a Cricut Easy Press! The machine can cut paper into creative designs, adhesive vinyl for decals on mugs, or heat-transfer vinyl for shirts, and much more.

The Cricut can be reserved via the Room Bookings page.
Additional information can also be found there.

Stitchcraft, Knitting, and Crocheting Group
Tuesdays from 3:00pm – 5:00pm

Drop by any Tuesday for socializing while doing knitting or crocheting projects. Open to any skill level! No registration required.

Reading Reward Program with Main Street Bank Lunenburg advertisement, with text that states "Open to children ages 0-18. Read 10 books to get $10 deposited into their Main Street Bank account and a $10 donation will be given to the Lunenburg Public Library! Ask for an informational brochure at the Lunenburg Public Library to get started."

Reading Reward Program with Main Street Bank Lunenburg

Ask for an informational brochure at the Library
to get started. Open to individuals up to the age of 18.

Do you know about our Library of Things?

A table with a green-and-blue telescope, checkers board, guitar, puzzle pieces, and a sewing machine on top, and the text "Library of Things" below.

The Library of Things is a collection of items that can be checked out with your library card. The items we have are: badminton, pickleball, and volleyball sets; canning and podcast kits; an electricity monitor, a telescope, and ukeleles.