Library News

A Call to Action!!

Join us on August 5th as we gather to discuss the book and the event known as The First American Revolution. 

Dr. Thomas Conroy will lead the discussion.  Dr. Thomas  Conroy is an assistant professor and the chair of Urban Studies at Worcester State University.  As a historian, he specializes in early America, with a particular emphasis on New England history, and more generally on American urban history.  His publications include journal articles and a variety of commissioned reports and papers; he is currently turning his dissertation,  on Boston politics, society, and building in the post-revolutionary period, into a book.    Come to the library to get your own copy of the book but whether you read the book or not you are most welcome at this event.  On Sept. 4th. the author of the book, Ray Raphael will come to Lunenburg to provide us with an in-depth talk on this historical event when people in Worcester County said NO!! to the entire Bristish government and their rule of the American colonies. Learn more about the activities planned around the celebration here. 


Learn to Swing Dance Free Lessons for Beginners with Julie & Nathan 

Back by popular demand & sponsored by the Friends of the Lunenburg Library, sign up early to get your spot on the dance floor!!  

Wednesday, July 30: 7-9 pm
Wednesday, August 6: 7-9 pm
Thursday, August 14: 7-9 pm

Lunenburg Library Page, Jeffrey Dike, is off to the Wentworth Institute of Technology in the fall.  The staff at the Lunenburg Public Library knows he will be sorely missed by all, especially our library users.  Just as the school year was ending, Jeffrey found himself with eight different awards that all attest to what we at the library already knew – this is an exceptional young man! His awards include:

The Rozy Bracani Memorial Scholarship, given by LCU
Leominster Lodge of Elks Scholarship
Priscilla Eisner Scholarship Award, given by JA PTO
LHS Blue Devil Award
Renaissance Award
United Way Youth Venture Scholarship Award
Massachusetts Daughters of the American Revolution Scholarship
National Honor Society Scholarship

We’d like to take this opportunity to wish Jeffrey all the best in this next phase of his life and thank him wholeheartedly for the hard work he has put into the Lunenburg Public Library.








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