News @ The Lunenburg Library


THE LIBRARY WILL BE CLOSED

MONDAY, APRIL 19th

IN OBSERVANCE OF
PATRIOT'S DAY


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 ~~

>> April's Newsletter HERE <<


~~ RESCHEDULED* ~~

“My Letter to the World” - A Virtual Tour of the Emily Dickinson Museum:  The Homestead and the Evergreens
*Thursday, April 15th    6:30pm - 8:00pm
via Zoom

Join tour guide, Anna Plummer, as she gives us a virtual tour of the Emily Dickinson Museum, located in Amherst, MA.  The Homestead is the birthplace and home of poet Emily Dickinson from 1830 to 1886; and the Evergreens, next door, was home to her brother and his family.

Anna will show you the very rooms where Dickinson found her inspiration, and she will educate you about the poet and
her family's daily life.


 

 

 

 

   

For additional information and
to sign up, visit 
HERE

This program made possible by the
MaryEllen and Richard Letarte Poetry Fund


Spring Clean Your Pantry for
a Healthier You!

with Monica Cote
Wednesday, April 14th    7:00pm - 8:00pm

Enjoy this talk with Monica, a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner.  You will come away with a clear idea of what are healthy foods, what ingredients to look for, the impact of
processed foods, and much more! 

To read more about this event and to sign up, visit HERE


Blackout PoetryThe Easy Guide to Blackout Poetry - Spark Creativity

Blackout Poetry is a form of 'found poetry' where you select words that catch your interest from a newspaper, book, or other printed text. Then you cover all the words you don't want on the page either by blacking them out, or by making a drawing over them.

For complete information and to register for a kit, visit HERE


Homes" is next Big Library Read: Join our global book club - OverDrive

Book DiscussionCurrent Title - The Art of Taking It Easy - Big Library Read
Tuesday, April 20th     10:30am - 11:30am
via Zoom

Check out The Big Library Read, The Art of Taking It Easy, by Dr. Brian King.  It is now available on OverDrive. Readers have unlimited access, with no waitlist, to the eBook and audiobook formats.

For more information and to sign up, visit HERE

Letter from the Author and Discussion Guide HERE

Registration for Special Live Interview with Author Dr. Brian King HERE


April is National Poetry Month

~~ Read a Poem Aloud ~~

Tuesday, April 27th       6:00pm - 8:00pm
via Zoom

Registration and Information HERE



~~ Spring Reading Challenge ~~
Beanstack is open
HERE!

Start logging minutes or completing challenges or activities
to earn badges and prizes!


Library News | News & Events | Sargent Memorial LibraryArmchair Travels
with Steve Farrar

This program is
presented in partnership
with the
Clinton Bigelow Free Public Library

April 21st:  Exploring the Rocky Mountain National Parks
Register
HERE

May 5th:  Exploring the Alaskan National Parks
Register
HERE


        

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



The Library has state and federal tax forms available for you to take home!  We have: 1040/1040SR forms, 1040/1040SR instructions, and MA resident booklets.

 

Pick up free copies during an in-library browsing visit or call us to make a curbside pickup appointment and we will deliver your materials to you in our parking lot.  Need additional forms or schedules not listed here?  We are happy to print off other tax documents for $.10 per page, due in cash at the time of printing or pickup.   Call us at (978) 582-4140.


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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