Upcoming Virtual Programs

 

Virtual via Zoom.  Tuesday, June 18th 7-8pm

Join fellow anime-enthusiast and MML Youth Services Librarian Dina Delic to learn about the history of queer representation in manga and anime! This program will give an overview of queer representation throughout various series, from The Rose of Versailles to Yuri on Ice, and will answer your most pressing questions: What is shipping? What is the difference between yaoi and yuri? Why are the greatest love stories in anime always platonic? Note: This program may contain spoilers for some series.

Registration is required for this virtual program. Please register directly through THIS LINK.You will receive an email with a link and instructions about how to join the Zoom call once you are registered.

For questions regarding this program, please contact Morrill Public Library Reference Department: 781-769-0200 x2

From TikTok stardom to full-blown author, join us virtually on June 20th at 7:00 PM as we welcome famous trans handywoman, Mercury Stardust! The Rowley Public Library, in conjunction with 50+ other libraries state-wide are proud to present an author talk & moderated Q&A with Mercury herself. Mercury is the acclaimed author of “Safe and Sound: A Renter Friendly Guide to Home Repair” and has also dedicated her time to helping people on TikTok reclaim their independence through home improvement. As an out and proud non-binary trans feminine person, Mercury has also used her platform to help raise over $2 million for trans healthcare. This program is intended for people ages 13+ and registration is required. Click here to register

 

eCard Service from NOBLE

NOBLE now offers eCard service! Patrons, complete your registration online using this form, no need to visit the library.

Once your address is verified, you will receive an email containing your digital library card number. This number can be used to access your account, borrow eBooks through Libby/Overdrive, and access other digital resources. eCard accounts are valid for 3 years at a time and can be upgraded to a traditional account by visiting any NOBLE library with your I.D.

Movie Night Book Club

The Lynn Public Library’s Adult Circulation Department is proud to introduce our newest program, Movie Night Book Club.

This book club will meet once each month to discuss books that have been adapted into a movie. Interested patrons will be provided a copy of the book to read, as well as a copy of the movie to view. At the meeting, we will talk about the similarities, differences, what we liked/didn’t like, and more. Our next meeting will be MONDAY, June 10th at 6:30PM. We’ll be reading/viewing Where’d You Go, Bernadette. Copies of the book and DVD are available now! If you are an adult patron (must be 18+) who is interested in participating in our Movie Night Book Club, please stop by the main desk to register and pick up your copies of the book and movie.

Lynn is Now Fine Free!

Starting April 7th, 2022, the Lynn Public Library will no longer be charging late fines on any of our items! Bring back your overdue books, DVDs, and CDs to check out more! Items from other libraries may still accrue late fines. Does not apply to billed or lost items. If you have questions regarding your account, please contact us at 781-595-0567.

Welcome to the Lynn Public Library

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The staff of the Lynn Public Library is dedicated to serving the needs of a diverse population whose interests range from scholarly research to cultural pursuits to entertainment. The Library encourages an environment where its patrons may inform, educate, and enlighten themselves. Our collection numbers almost 125,000 volumes, with over 30,000 in the Children’s Department alone. The large Reference collection is known for its emphasis on Lynn history, genealogy, the Civil War, business and law. The Circulation Department keeps current with all the best sellers.

The Lynn Public Library is one of 28 area libraries that make up the North of Boston Library Exchange (NOBLE).