The next meeting of the Stewart B Lang Memorial Library Board of Trustees will be held Monday December 6 2021 at 7:00pm. Masks are required in the library. Agenda Reconsideration of Library Materials Personnel Policy-updated Board Meeting Calendar Proposed 2022 Budget November Treasurer’s report November minutes-Draft
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With the high transmission rate of Covid 19 in our area, we are asking everyone to please wear a mask while in the library. Thank you.
Our current library hours are as follows: Sunday closed, Monday 1-5, Tuesday 9-1, Wednesday 3-8. Thursday 9-1, Friday 1-5, Saturday 9-1
The library is now fine free! We have decided to make our moratorium on fines permanent for overdue items! Please note: Patrons will still be responsible for replacement costs of lost and damaged items, and we would appreciate the timely return of your items so that others may enjoy them as well! And as a thank you to our loyal patrons, we have waived all currently owed fines! Hope to…
Here is a list of the many virtual services you can access that are free, fun and educational! FREE Virtual Services
Due to the Coronavirus event and the current financial climate, the library capital building project is postponed. We will reevaluate in the coming year and will keep our patrons and the community informed of our progress on this plan. The Stewart B Lang Memorial Library is undertaking a capital project to construct a larger building that will better accommodate the evolving mix of resources, programs, services and technologies that our…
The Lang Memorial Library is proud a proud partner in the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten Program. Parents or guardians simply register their infant, toddler, or pre-K child at the library’s circulation desk. You will receive a reading packet including information on why it’s important to read to your child and a reading log. After each 100 books read, present the log to library staff and receive three building blocks…
Whether you knit, crochet, cross stitch or just want to learn (or watch), join us the last Wednesday of each month at 6:00 pm!
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