Do you miss gathering with friends for a night of friendly gaming? We’ve got the solution! Join us on Zoom for a night of games, socializing and FUN!!!
This unique, 100% participatory program features a wide variety of social, interactive games that everybody wins! No losers, no elimination, no special skills required, no hurt feelings. The games are always geared to the audience, so no two programs are ever exactly alike.
Everybody is welcome to join, play as a family or solo! Whether you’re 2 or 92 ALL are welcome!
This night of fun is sponsored by the Friends of the Lakeville Public Library!!!
During a challenging time when most people are limiting their travel, this talk will take folks along on a rollicking ride around New England— all in just one hour, and all from the comfort of their own home.
From quirky characters in Maine and Vermont, to authentic and beloved eateries in tiny towns, to familiar landmarks and “who knew?” finds way off the beaten path, Ted Reinstein will take participants on a trip they may otherwise not take these days.; it is a collection of favorite stories curated from his more than twenty years of reporting from all over New England.
Prepare to meet colorful characters who’ve done the darndest things, learn odd facts about familiar places, and of course—this being a Ted talk—expect to visit at least a few fabulous classic diners. (Spoiler alert: Ted reveals where to find THE best clam chowdah in America—and it’s right here in New England!)
All proceeds from the Book Room help to support the programs and services of the Lakeville Public Library!
OUR DIGITAL BRANCH IS ALWAYS OPEN
Online Resources Available 24/7
e-Books & eAudiobooks
eBooks for eKids
Stream or download music
RB Digital Magazines
Videos on Overdrive
Borrow for Free and stream
Find your next great read
Historical Photographs & Documents
Full text articles for research
Research your family tree
The Library will be closed on
Monday, January 18th
for MLK Jr. Day
In response to Governor Baker's latest restrictions, we have reduced capacity to 25%. The Library is still open to the public for browsing and borrowing, in-person holds pick-up and other limited services. Full information on available services:
In the event of reduced staffing levels, a local outbreak or as otherwise directed by the Board of Health/Town or State Governance, the Library may be forced to close for a period of time, reduce operating hours and/or limit services.
All closings or changes in service will be communicated to the public as quickly as possible.