News @ The Lunenburg Library

 

In-Library Browsing Appointments

Reserve 30-minutes to browse the Library collection or to use the computers, copier, or fax machine.  Reservations can be made through the Library's event calendar HERE, or by calling us at 978-582-4140.  There is a limit of 10 patrons per appointment.

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Curbside Pick-up Hours 

>> Curbside Pick-up is UNAVAILABLE during our
In-Library
Browsing Hours

Appointments will be taken up to 15 minutes before closing.  Call us at 978-582-4140 to schedule an appointment to pick up your items during any of these times.

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** The Drop Boxes are Unlocked **

PLEASE NOTE:  All returned items will be quarantined for at least 3 days, with no additional fines,
and may still appear on your account.

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~~ Lunenburg Public Library News & Announcements ~~

>> January Newsletter HERE <<



Basic Digital Photography Course with Nick DePasquale


Beginning Tuesday, February 2nd     6:30pm - 8:30pm
(Online - 6 Classes Total)

Feed your creativity and learn basic digital photography
with Nick DePasquale in his virtual Zoom series!

This is a 6-week course and registrants should plan on attending all sessions.
Sign up 
HERE 


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NEW! - Virtual Short Film
Discussion Club

Wednesday, January 27th
7:00pm - 8:30pm
via Zoom

Film buffs, movie lovers, and cinephiles rejoice!  With the help of the new Library service - Kanopy - we are starting a new short film discussion club that will meet at 7:00pm on the last Wednesday of every month via Zoom.
Our first short film is Wave.

For complete information and to sign up, visit HERE


Reading Challenges and Recommendations

 New Winter-Themed Challenges for
Kids, Teens, and Adults!
Registration is open 
HERE


Looking for something to keep
you busy during the long cold winter season?

Stay entertained with one of our new
Boredom Buster Kits!

Pick a theme, topic, or genre, and we'll put together a kit
of items for you to explore!
Read all about it
HERE.


The Worcester Talking Book Library provides free services to Massachusetts residents of any age who are unable to read traditional print materials due to a visual or physical disability! 

They will  provide:  digital books, large type, described videos, braille, and 100 magazine titles in recorded and braille format, along with adaptive equipment if needed.

Visit their site HERE  


        

'Stream thousands of films for free,
thanks to the generous support of your public library.'

We've added the Kanopy collection of films
to our repertoire of offerings! 

Residents of Lunenburg will be able to log in with their Library card and PIN and watch from home or mobile devices.

Kanopy is an on-demand streaming video platform that offers films and documentaries.  The Library pays by the view, so each resident has a limited number of films that can be viewed per month.  Be sure to check out the rotating selection of "free" films once you hit your limit.
Let us know if you have questions!

Log in HERE and start watching today!


Pop-up Book Sale -- Outside the Library
(Weather Permitting)

A wide variety of materials will be rotated through the carts on a weekly or biweekly basis.  Carts will be refreshed with new items
as supplies lasts.

~ Children's material will be available each week ~

Monday - Thursday:  10:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday:  10:00am - 2:00pm


 

OUR DIGITAL RESOURCES ARE STILL AVAILABLE

WIFI CAN BE ACCESSED FROM OUR PARKING LOT

STAFF CAN STILL BE REACHED BY PHONE OR EMAIL BETWEEN
9-5 MONDAY TO THURSDAY, & 9-2 ON SATURDAY

Phone:  978-582-4140     Library Email:  lunenburg.library@cwmars.org

Director:  mhaman@cwmars.org     Teen Services: selbag@cwmars.org

ILL’s:  sfreeman@cwmars.org     Children’s Services:  dlaffond@cwmars.org

     Adult Services:  lgravell@cwmars.org


Previous Material:

Message from Chuck Venezia,
President, Lunenburg Historical Society - HERE

Welcome to Creativebug - HERE

Get Some Fresh Air - HERE



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Please use these trusted sources of information to stay on top of coronavirus updates.

-- Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 
-- World Heath Organization (WHO) 
-- Mass.gov 
-- MedlinePlus 


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