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Welcome to Langley-Adams Library

Pick-up is available the following hours:
Monday/Wednesday 10-8, Tuesday/Thursday 10-5:30, Friday 10-5, Saturday 10-2
Call us to request an item, or place your hold in the online catalog.
If you have an item on hold, we will call you to schedule a pick-up time!

You are welcome to return all of the books, movies, etc. that you have been holding on to since March! Please place these items in the book drop. These items will be quarantined for 5 days when we receive them.
They will stay on your account during their quarantine process.
Please call us with any questions!


Join us for these adult Zoom programs. Registration is required!

Virtual/Zoom Program: World War II: 20th Century Hollywood in Wartime America
Monday, December 7th at 6:30pm
Pearl Harbor, December 7th: a day that will not be forgotten. We will be Zooming with movie expert Frank Mandosa! Frank will share his World War II: 20th Century Hollywood in Wartime America program. We will learn about Casablanca, From Here to Eternity, and Best Years of Our Lives, just to name a few of the classic wartime movies. It’s always a fun night of trivia and prizes!
Click HERE to register.

Virtual/Zoom Program: Mystery Author Gerry Boyle
Monday, December 14th at 6:30pm
Please join us for a special Zoom program with Maine crime novelist, Gerry Boyle! Boyle is the author of the acclaimed Jack McMorrow mystery series, featuring ex-New York Times reporter Jack McMorrow and his social worker girlfriend Roxanne Masterson. Boyle is also the author of a second mystery series featuring rookie Portland cop Brandon Blake. The 12th McMorrow novel, Random Act, was published last year. Please note that Boyle wrote with his daughter, freelance writer Emily Westbrooks, a stand-alone crime novel set in Ireland, The Dead Samaritan. It is worth noting that the last two McMorrow books Random Act and Strawman, won the Maine Literary Award for Crime Fiction!
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Virtual/Zoom Program: An Evening of Poems by Robert Frost
Monday, December 28th at 6:30pm
Please join us for a joint program with Nichols Village and Langley-Adams Library. We have invited New England actor Stephen Collins for the following program: An Evening of Poems by Robert Frost. An Evening of Frost is a unique, interactive performance that begins with a short biographical introduction into the poet’s life. Robert Frost is greatly misunderstood. Certain people, some academics, and politicians included have tried to pigeonhole him, however, the man is far more complicated than the surface indicates. This is, after all, a man who voted for Eugene Debs, one of the best known Socialists of the United States, but was vehemently opposed to Franklin Roosevelt and The New Deal. It is this man that is seen in his poems that are often dialectic between chaos and order.
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