Monday: 10am – 6pm
Tuesday: 10am – 9pm
Wednesday: 12pm – 9pm
Thursday: 10am – 9pm
Friday: 12pm – 6pm
Saturday: 10am – 3pm
Books, magazines, newspapers, DVDs, and audio CDs in the library.
eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines,
streaming movies, and TV.
Online classes, news articles, financial information, and more!
Gallery Installation: The Photographs of David Doughty
Come view the new art installation of photography of Lambertville and New Hope from the 1980s in our gallery: In Retrospect, The Photographs of David Doughty (1946-1991). David Doughty owned and curated by the Iris and CameraWork fine-art photography galleries, and was also a photographer for Now in New Hope magazine.
Did You Know?
Did you know we have baking pans at the library that you can check out to use? If you don’t want to buy a Mini Egg Cake Pan or some other special baking dishes just to use once, stop buy and pick one up! See what we have in our baking pan collection here!
Celebrate Arab Heritage Month with Hoopla
April is Arab Heritage month! Check out these audiobooks, comics, eBooks, music, and videos on hoopla that highlight Arab stories, experiences, and culture. Find the collection here!
Programs & Events
Library Literati Book Club – “Our Missing Hearts” by Celeste Ng
Converse and commune over Celeste Ng’s newest novel, “Our Missing Hearts”. Eight copies have been ordered through our ILL system. Please check at the front desk to see if a
Writers Group 1 – Session Full
This session is currently full. Please check out our other time at 5:30pm!
Writers Group 2
We share our budding works with one another once a month on the third Tuesday evening at the Library. You can bring a former work or create new ones. You
All the Feels: Winter Reading Books about Emotions
Winter can be a challenging emotional time for many. Warm up to these titles dealing with feelings or a fun read spun off of them.
Know Your Pet
How well do you know your pet? Learn more about your dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, and more with these purrrfect books for both adults and kids!
Thanksgiving Fact & Fiction
The Mayflower, the indigenous peoples, the meal, and more. Explore the fact and fiction of the Thanksgiving season.
You, Me, & Ancestry
Dig down deep and discover your familial roots in our regional history section as well as research the depths of genetic science.
Horribly Haunted Titles
Horror, witches, fact, fiction. Explore these terrorizing titles to join in the festive fearsomeness of Hallow's Eve.
Museum and Park Passes
Use your library card to check out a pass that allows you free entrance to museums, parks, zoos, and more, locally and in surrounding areas.
This program is designed to engage adults, children, and families in art, history, science, technology, and literacy learning.
Read our Museum and Park Pass Guidelines here.