View of the Lunenburg Library interior with books and shelves.


New in our Digital Resources section!
The Consumer Reports!
With your Library card, you have access to unbiased ratings and reviews for 9000+ products and services. Take a look HERE

~~ Join our Bingo challenge September 1st through September 30th ~~
Choose one of ten unique cards at the front desk and complete a line of 5 consecutive squares to win a small reward from our prize assortment!

Virtual 50+ Job Seekers Networking Group
Discussion: Create a LinkedIn Profile &Personal Branding

Join Deborah Hope, an experienced executive career coach, in a professional forum for networking with peers in a safe and comfortable environment conducive to developing new relationships and developing skills and strategies to help in your career transition.
Additional Information and Registration for
Wednesday, September 27th from 6:00pm – 8:00pm HERE

Monthly Music Series Presents: Stephen Page
Wednesday, September 27th
6:30pm – 7:30pm

The Library is hosting an evening concert
of jazz and original music by Stephen Page.
Additional Information about Stephen and Encouraged Registration HERE

This concert is sponsored in part by funding for
The Lunenburg Public Library Monthly Music Series,
supported by North End Subaru.

New for October: Beanstack Hallow-Read Challenges!
>> Win Badges and Prizes! <<
October 1st – October 31st
Register and Log Your Reading by Halloween HERE

The Power of Telescopes and Binoculars
with Aldrich Astronomical Society
Tuesday, October 3rd
6:30pm – 8:00pm

Bring the whole family to the Library for a talk and demonstration
on the power of telescopes and binoculars.
Registration Suggested HERE

Flu Vaccination Clinic at the Library
Offered by Nashoba Associated Boards of Health
Wednesday, October 4th
3:00pm – 5:00pm

Flu shots are available for kids ages 6 months through 18, and high dose vaccines are available for seniors 65+.  Additional Information and Required Registration HERE.

Adult Craft Lab* — Mini Halloween Paintings
>> 2 Sessions <<
Register for Wednesday, October 4th @ 6:30pm HERE
Register for Thursday, October 5th @ 10:30am HERE

In this craft lab we will be painting mini 3″ square canvases with a Halloween themed image. There will be some inspiration and guides provided, but creativity is encouraged! 

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

Weight Strengthening Series with Niki Holtzman
>> This Series Consists of 6 Classes <<
Every Wednesday beginning October 11th
4:00pm – 5:00pm

Additional Information and Required Registration HERE

The Basics of Tea with The Cozy Tea Cart
Wednesday, October 11th
6:30pm – 7:30pm
via Zoom

Tea Specialist, Danielle Beaudette, will take you on a journey from the tea fields to the tea in your cup! Additional Information about Danielle and the Required Registration for this event HERE

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, October 3rd
11:00am – 12:00pm

Join our morning book club for adults at the Library!
For October, we are reading Square # The Phantom Tollboth, by Norton Juster

Complete information HERE

Armchair Travel Book Club
Meeting every 2nd Wednesday of the Month @ 6:30pm
The next meeting will be Wednesday, October 11th

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

We will be reading: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society,
by Mary Ann Shaffer
United Kingdom (Europe)

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

Not So Young Book Club
Sunday, October 15th @ 11:00am
Reading: Jackaby, by William Ritter

New! – We’re a hybrid group!
Come to this meeting in person, or participate through Zoom!
Complete Information about this group and this month’s book 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!

As a reminder, we cannot take items that are damaged or missing pages, textbooks or encyclopedias, or in out-of-date formats. If you have any questions, please call the library and ask before bringing your items to us. We appreciate your generosity in donating to our library!

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.