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Biblioboard offers access to primary sources, including full text books and photos; historical documents; and access to historical anthologies that explore places, events and themes across centuries. Great for school projects!

Download eBooks & eAudiobooks!

Click the Digital Catalog short link above to see everything that is available for you to download to any device!

iPad Tutorial for eBooks

Click on Beki's picture to view the how-to video.



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The SAILS LIbrary Network has over 75 Libraries for you to access!  Click the logo to see everything they have for you, a list of member libraries and more.



Wireless Print to the Library from Home or your Mobile Device!

Click the logo above to upload from your computer, or download the Printeron app to your Device! 


Upcoming Events and Programs
This Week!

Monday, March 23rd:

Thursday, March 25th:

  • The Great Gatsby - Movie Showing - 5:30

Saturday, March 28th:

  • Tea with Friends - 11:00 Ages 10 and Up.  Sign up at desk or call.

Digital Library Resources

Click Here For All Your Digital Resources and Downloads!

We have a lot of digital options available to you, from eBooks to eAudiobooks, Music to Magazines and several databases!


March Special Events

Local Author Series

New York Times bestselling author Jenna Blum will be here for an author talk and book signing on Monday, March 23rd at 6:00 pm

Grand Central - Original Stories of Postwar Love & Reunion

On any particular day, thousands of people pass through New York City’s Grand Central Terminal, through the whispering gallery, beneath the ceiling of stars, and past the information booth and its beckoning four-faced clock, to whatever destination is calling them. It is a place where people come to say hello and good-bye. And each person has a story to tell.


The Great Gatsby - Movie Night

Thursday, March 25th at 5:30

Join us in partnership with our book club selection this month as we enjoy the 2013 version of The Great Gatsby.  If you would like to read the book before hand copies are available at the front desk.  (But you don't have to!) We will be discussing both at this month's Novel Teas Book Club, Tuesday, March 31st at 6:30, everyone is welcome to join. 



Tea with Friends

Saturday, March 28th at 11:00

The Lakeville Arts Council presents Afternoon Tea, ninety minutes of sharing time between mothers & daughters, grandmothers & granddaughters, friends & couples. Rita Parisi, a performer who will provide the actual history of an  afternoon tea as Mrs. Gordon, a middle class housewife.  She will entertain you as she tells you stories that will illuminate life at the turn of the 20th century when there were no cell phones.

Registration Required, Ages 10 - Adult, call the front desk to register after March 1st.


When will it ALL be gone??

We're playing a game to get excited for Spring!  When do you think ALL of the snow from this photo will be gone?? April? May? June?? JULY??  Come to the front desk to make your guess by April 1st.  1$ Donation per date.  Whoever picks the date when ALL the snow in this photo is gone wins 1/2 the donations collected!  The twist is, up to 2 people can pick the same date.  If the winning date has 2 winners, each get 1/4 of the donations.  Pick a riskier date to get the bigger win!

Sponsored by the Friends of the Lakeville Library

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Commemorative Brick Walkway
Say it in Stone!

The Lakeville Library is continuing with the brick walkway fundraiser, giving everyone a chance to put a lasting piece of themselves into our community and lets you "Say it in Stone."

Now you can dedicate a brick to anything you want to celebrate, even if you just want to tell the world you love to read!

Brick order forms will be available at the Lakeville Public Library's circulation desk or Click Here.

Each brick is $75 and may have up to 3 lines with 16 characters per line. Orders will be accepted on an on-going basis but bricks will be ordered in batches of 5.  Bricks received will be displayed in the reading alcove and installed in the Spring.

The Lakeville Public Library uses the funds from the commemorative bricks for various projects around the library building and grounds. As well as providing a legacy, your contribution will help your library.  Contact with any questions.