Join us for an evening of jazzy/bluesy/folksy music performed by the duo, “Too Human” on Thursday, May 30th at 7:30 p.m.! Ellen Schwartz and Roger Bruno will perform songs like It Had To Be You, S’Wonderful, Nancy With the Laughing Face, along with some “Too Human” originals and more!
Meeting House on the Common on the corner of Main and Summer Streets ~ No registration required ~ Free and open to the public!
The Willow Flute Ensemble has cancelled their performance for the Lynnfield Library on Sunday, June 2, due to unforeseen circumstances.
There is no rescheduled date for a performance at this time.
Photographers and Lynnfield High School students Hannah Travers, Marina Varano, Alexandra Silvonic, and Rebecca Weeks are displaying four photographs at the Lynnfield Public Library through the end of May 2013. The photos are displayed in two locations under the mezzanine: Hannah’s “Sweet,” and Marina’s “Zakim Bridge” are displayed by the Genealogy Room; Alexandra’s “Late Afternoon,” and Rebecca’s “Red Trees” are displayed by the paperback collection. The composition of the photos and the techniques employed by these young artists provide a visually stunning experience! We hope you will visit the library and enjoy these talented High School students’ photographs. Please contact Pat Kelly at 781.334.5411 if you have any questions.
The Library is pleased to announce that we have added the Wenham Musem to our collection of museum passes! The Wenham Museum protects, preserves, and interprets the artifacts of childhood, domestic life, and the history and culture of Boton’s North Shore. Perhaps the best-kept secret among Boston area museums, the Wenham Museum features an outstanding classic toy soldier and doll collection, vintage and antique dollhouses, models trains, period clothing and textiles, and a 17th century house to explore! With exhibits and events for visitors of all ages, the Wenham museum would make a great family day trip! Contact the Circulation Desk to reserve a pass (781.334.5411) or sign up through our online reservation system.
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Have you always wanted to learn Greek? Brush up on your Norwegian? Take your Irish to another level? The time is now! The Lynnfield Public Library has subscribed to the powerful and intuitive online language learning system: Mango! Lynnfield residents can take full advantage of the comprehensive language tutorials from home by clicking HERE or by clicking on the Mango button under “Featured Databases”. Enter your library card barcode number and get ready to learn up to forty languages by listening, reading, and speaking. No home access to the Internet? Any patron can visit the Lynnfield Public Library with a set of headphones Read the rest of this entry »
*Do you read French? Or Polish? Or Spanish? Or Hindi? The Lynnfield Public library has access to books in a number of languages through the generosity of the Boston Public Library. The books can be requested based upon genre as well as language. So if you’d like to read Ciemnosci, Wez Mnie Za Reke by Dennis Lehane (Darkness Take My Hand in Polish), we can get it! We can order up to five books at a time with a loan period of one month. If you are interested in borrowing books in other languages, please see Pat Kelly at the Reference Desk for the complete list of offered languages.