We are in the process of developing a long range plan for the library. One step in this process is to get input from the public. Input from our community is critical in helping us evaluate the current library and plan for the future. We are hosting three public input meetings on Thursday, April 16 at the library. The meetings … Continue reading
This event has been rescheduled for Saturday, April 4 from 10:00 a.m. – noon. The Daughters of the American Revolution (Louisa chapter) is hosting a free genealogy workshop. The workshop is designed for beginner to advance. Please call the library at 638-4497 to register.
Every Monday starting March 30 we will host “Pinterest Monday’s” at 1:00 p.m. Stop in and participate in the latest project we’ve chosen from Pinterest.
The LCPL is proud to host the Daughters of the American Revolution Colonial Traveling Trunk. The trunk will be here Wednesday, March 12 at noon. Suitable for younger children, the trunk is filled with reproduction toys, games, music, clothing, and other items used during the colonial era. Come enjoy a fun history lesson with your little ones!
We are excited to announce this year’s summer reading program will be “Every Hero has a Story.” Summer reading will run June 19 – July 10 for all ages. More information to come.
Did you know we have recycle bins in the library for your convenience? We accept paper products (including magazines, newspapers, etc.) and plastic.
The student trees are up! Stop by and vote today through December 22. The winning team gets $200! You can also bid via silent auction. The book themed trees were created by student teams at LCHS, Fallsburg, and Blaine.
Did you know we are a FINE FREE library? That’s right…we do FOOD-4-FINES. If you’re late checking in your books or DVDs we ask that you bring in nonperishable food for the local food bank.
Interested in making rag rugs? We have two classes coming up in November. Thursday November 20 from 5-6 p.m. and Monday November 24 from 1-2 p.m.
We are excited to announce our first annual FESTIVAL OF TREES featuring book themed trees created by students at Lawrence Co. High School, Blaine Elementary School, and Fallsburg Elementary School. You’ll see everything from Alice in Wonderland to Harry Potter to Dr. Seuss. Stop in and vote for your favorite tree. The team that wins receives $200! We’ll also silent … Continue reading