News @ The Lunenburg Library


> Due to a Comcast issue, the public computers will be offline until Wednesday, March 27th.
(This does not affect circulation.)

From the Director's Desk

Read the Annual Report 2018 HERE

'Laughter is the Best Medicine'
with Robert Rivest

Thursday, March 28th
7:30pm - 8:30pm

Join us for mime, silliness, mindfulness, and stress relief with a Master of Laughter, Robert Rivest.  His mime shows are awesome!  Audiences love his interaction and his genuinely warm and friendly approach.

Robert is an internationally admired performer and teacher, he is a renowned comic mime artist, he is also an accomplished health, literacy, and stress relief educator.  He has traveled to many countries to spread his mission of using mindfulness, laughter, and the performing arts to bring greater health and happiness to others.  No Registration required.

Saturday, March 30th    10:00am - 2:00pm

Please join us as we honor Martha Moore
on her retirement as the Library Director.

She will be available for the public to wish her luck and congratulations.  Light refreshments will be served.

Hope to see you there!

The Lunenburg Town Hall and Tower Clock
Presented by Bill Tyler and Lou Franco

Thursday, April 4th    7:00pm - 9:00pm

  Learn the history of our Town Hall and the history and maintenance of its Seth Thomas Tower Clock.

You will discover the building was not always the Town Hall, but served many other purposes!  We will also be educated on the history and intricacies of clock maintenance and winding.

This is a program of the Lunenburg Historical Society

Main Street Bank Reading Program

 In partnership with the Lunenburg Public Library, Main Street Bank
is promoting children reading and saving!

Your child reads 10 books and will receive $10 from the Bank!
Plus, the Lunenburg Public Library will receive a
 $10 donation!

Stop in the Library today and pick up a Book Tracker.

This program will run from March 2019 through May 2019


 Climate Report

Read more about the National Climate Assessment report, climate change, and recent news coverage.

Visit the page HERE.


Featured Venues for March

Basketball Hall of Fame


Located in Springfield, Massachusetts, the city where basketball was born, is the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.  As an independent, non-profit organization, it is dedicated to promoting, preserving, and celebrating the game of basketball at every level – men and women, amateur and professional players, coaches and contributors, both domestically and internationally.  The Hall of Fame museum is home to more than 400 inductees and over 40,000 square feet of basketball history.  The Hall of Fame also operates over 70 high school and collegiate competitions annually throughout the country and abroad.


 The Eric Carle Museum of
Picture Book Art,

located in Amherst, MA,
is a museum devoted to the art of the picture book and especially the children's book.

The museum includes three rotating galleries, each housing picture book art. The West Gallery is devoted to the work of Eric Carle, the East and Central galleries present the work of numerous picture book artist.

The Art Studio at the Museum is open to visitors of all ages during regular Museum hours and supports the aims of the Museum by encouraging making, appreciating, and thinking about art. Activities and materials change regularly and are inspired by the Museum’s exhibitions. The Public Art Program is Free with Museum Admission.

The Friends of the Lunenburg Library are eligible
to request Museum Passes to many museums, zoos, and living environments throughout the State.

Join the Friends today and experience these cultural activities.

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