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Welcome to Langley-Adams Library

Langley-Adams Library is open!
We are open our regular hours, and walk-ins are welcome.
Wearing a mask is optional, based on your own comfort level.
Please be mindful and stay six feet apart from others.
Vestibule pick-up is still available for those who need or prefer it!
Just call the Library to request vestibule pick-up.

Click HERE or above to sign up for Summer Reading!

 

Join us for these upcoming programs!

Virtual/Zoom Program: A Gingerbread House Author Catriona McPherson
Monday, August 2nd at 7pm
Please join us for a virtual evening with National-bestselling and multi-award-winning author, Catriona (kuh-TREE-nuh) McPherson! Her newest  psychological thriller A Gingerbread House  will be released August 3rd. Having been born in Scotland, Catriona  immigrated to the states in 2010. Besides writing her stand alone psychological thrillers, Catriona writes a series of historical detective stories set in the old country (Scotland) in the 1930s that feature gently-born lady sleuth Dandy Gilver. Registration is required.
Click HERE to register.

Virtual/Zoom Program: Mystery Author Erica Ruth Neubauer
Monday, August 9th at 7pm
Please join us for an evening with mystery author Erica Ruth Neubauer! Erica pens the Jane Wunderly Mystery series. Her first book in this series was the best-selling Murder at the Mena House. Erica’s newest book in this series is titled Murder at Wedgefield Manor. Registration is required.
Click HERE to register.

Virtual/Zoom Program: Katharine Hepburn: Blazing a Cinematic Trail
Monday, August 23rd at 7pm
Hollywood royalty in every sense of the phrase, Hepburn proved herself ahead of her time both on the screen and after the cameras stopped rolling. Her feisty independence got her some of the best roles that the studios at the time had to offer… and sometimes cost her a few successes as well. A look at the life and career of the 20th century movie star legend who still holds the record for the most Academy Award wins (4) of any actor, living or deceased! As always, this will be an evening of trivia, film clips, fun facts and…door prizes! So fill a bowl with your favorite movie snack(s) and sit back for a fun night! Registration is required.
Click HERE to register.

Virtual/Zoom Program: New York’s Woolworth Building and the Five-and-Dime Store Legacy
Monday, August 30th at 7pm
Join us for this special program with historian and licensed guide, Bob Gelber! Bob will share his virtual tour about this famous landmark and business.
Frank W. Woolworth’s had this building built to represent his success and wealth from creating the first five-and dime-stores in America and then worldwide.
Bob will discuss an overview of Woolworth and his bargain stores, why the building’s design was ahead of its time in 1913, a virtual look at the unique architectural details from its terracotta façade to its ornate lobby that has a sculpture of Woolworth counting nickels, also rare photos of the off-limit areas.
Registration is required, and Sue will email you the Zoom link.
Click HERE to register.