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Welcome to Langley-Adams Library

PICK-UP IN OUR VESTIBULE IS AVAILABLE!
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!

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT BROWSING APPOINTMENTS.

Process for returning items: please place these items in the book drop.
Please call us with any questions!

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Join us for these upcoming programs!

Virtual/Zoom Program: Mystery Author Lee Hollis, a.k.a. Brother and Sister Duo Rick Copp and Holly Simason
Monday, May 10th at 7pm
Rick Copp and Holly Simason, the brother-and-sister writing team who pen the Hayley Powell Food & Cocktails Mystery series under the name Lee Hollis, chat about their long-running series and the writing process behind the stories and the tasty recipes involved! Rick, who pens the Desert Flowers Mystery series himself under the Lee Hollis name, will also talk a little bit about his series starring Poppy Harmon.
Click HERE to register.

Virtual/Zoom Program: Teen Pop Trivia: 80s and 90s Edition
Wednesday, May 12th at 6:30pm
If the 80s and 90s were your favorite decades for pop music then this is the program for you!
Open up your Teen Beat Magazine and get ready for some fun throwbacks.
Click HERE to register.

Virtual/Zoom Program: The Titanic Sisters Author Patricia Falvey
Monday, May 17th at 6:30pm
Join us for a vitual evening with the highly acclaimed Irish author Patricia Falvey! Patricia will talk about her new best-selling book The Titanic Sisters! One lucky participant will win an Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) of this book upon the conclusion of this program.
This is a captivating historical novel  that explores the relationship between two sisters whose lives take different directions after surviving their voyage on the RMS Titanic from Ireland to America in 1912. A distant relative had provided a means for the sisters to immigrate to New York. Delia was to have been a maid in a modest household while Nora was to have been a governess for a well-to-do family. Delia ends up taking Nora’s place as governess…Why? Will there be repercussions? To learn more about this story and Patricia Falvey story, tune in on May 17th!
Click HERE to register.

Virtual/Zoom Program: Boston’s Oldest Buildings and Where to Find Them
BEING RESCHEDULED (Previously scheduled for 5/24)
Hot off the press, The City of Boston’s archaeologist Joe Bagley will discuss and provide a slide show of his new book Boston’s Oldest Buildings and Where to Find Them. Joe’s book features 50 buildings that predate the 1800s and are presented in order of the oldest to the most recent. Not only is this book a great history lesson but it is also an awesome guide for exploring Boston! Because this will be a zoom presentation, you must register for this program. This way we will be able to send you the zoom invite. If you need help registering or have questions, please call our library at 978-372-1732.
For who preregister will have a chance to win a copy of Joe’s new book!
Click HERE to register.

Virtual/Zoom Program: Merrimack: The Resilient River with Author Dyke Hendrickson
Wednesday, May 26th at 6:30pm
Join Langley-Adams Library and Nichols Village for an evening with award winning author (Nautical Newburyport: A History of Captains, Clipper Ships and the Coast Guard), journalist, and Newburyport resident Dyke Hendrickson! Dyke will discuss his new book  Merrimack: The Resilient River.  Using slides while he talks, Dyke will take us through the highlighted pieces of history of the 117 mile long Merrimack River that runs from central New Hampshire to Newburyport, MA, where the Coast Guard was born and colonial trade thrived.
Click HERE to register.