LUBEC MEMORIAL LIBRARY Sets New Procedures
As of Monday, August 17 those who visit the Lubec Memorial Library will no longer need to make an appointment. Both entrances will remain locked and visitors are requested to knock or call 733-2491 to gain entry. These measures are in place to ensure that no more than five people at a time, in addition to staff, are in the building as per State guidelines. Visitors are requested to limit their time in the library to 30 minutes. Open hours have been increased. They are: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. In addition, there are now two computers available for public use. Face coverings and social distancing continue to be required. Hand sanitizer is provided. The continued cooperation and patience of our public as we deal with the Covid pandemic are greatly appreciated. For further information please call the library, 733-2491.
We appreciate the public’s continued patience and support during this unprecedented health emergency. We anticipate that, working together, our library will once again be the safe, open, accessible space we have come to expect.
Beginning July 17th
Monday, 10 to 2
Tuesday, 10 to 2
Friday, 10 to 2
Saturday, 10 to 2
Closed Thursdays and Sundays
Curbside Pickup is available as well.
All programs suspended until further notice.
“Stories Of Old Lubec” CD’s
“Stories Of Old Lubec” CD’s are currently available at the Lubec Memorial Library. Recordings of the first season’s four programs: featuring Wendell Small, Linda Maker, Lynne Hatch and Donnie Alley; Muriel Doran and Elaine Leavitt; Peggy and Harold Bailey; and Christine (Teeny) Brown and Priscilla Hill; may be borrowed or purchased, at a cost of $15 each.
Our Library Wish List!
If you are interested in donating toward any of these items, please call, email or write to us.
Folding Card Tables
Back Door Sign