Visit from the NJ State Library and Institute of Museum and Library Services @ LFPL
The library was honored with a visit from representatives from the NJ State Library and from the Institute of Museum and Library Services out of Washington DC. Lambertville was one of four libraries in the
Year 2022 Adult Programs in Review and Beyond
Hello dear Patrons of Lambertville, After a quiet two years, our vibrant community is gathering again with vigor. This pulse of life has poured out into our Adult Programs, and
The Lantern Festival and other Asian festivities
Attached is a video of two New Jersey local Chinese Orchestral Musicians, Carrie Chin and Inna Lu, who performed on traditional Chinese instruments. The Sheng and the Erhu.
Why Our Oaxaca Day Festival Was So Special: Watch Video!
The first-ever Oaxaca Day Festival in Lambertville was a huge success with an estimated five hundred people in attendance. Watch the video and learn more about the story of that
“Fern Isabel Coppedge, 1883-1951; A Woman’s Struggle for Equality in the Art World” – Q&A with the Authors, Les & Sue Fox
On June 25th, 2022, LFPL welcomed Les and Sue Fox to give a talk on their recent book release about the lesser known impressionist (and local) Fern Isabel Coppedge. In
Our new look!
The Library has undergone some exciting new changes! We’ve worked to make things better and more accessible for you, and we have many changes coming soon.
On April 19th, for poetry month, a tree themed poetry reading was held in our library gallery from 7:00-8:30 p.m. Heartfelt and philosophical discussion filled the room after the lyrical phrases of poetry were recited and expressed from each of the readers.
How our Latinas en Lambertville Program is Paving the Way
Learn about how we used our NJ State Library Grant for Hispanic outreach and how it has impacted our community.
Did you know audiobooks can help your mental health?
Do you ever feel like you don’t have time to read? Audiobooks may offer a more flexible way to relieve stress.
First Dabbling in Textile Meets – Sit & Knit
On February 15th, we held our first textile tutorial of the year for beginning and intermediate knitters. We were ecstatic to have four new knitters as well as a couple veterans of the needles.
Meet your New Librarians!
Meet the new Adult Programming and Youth Services librarians and learn a little bit about them.
We Came Together For Day of the Dead To Celebrate Life Watch Video!
On Sunday, October 17th, more than two hundred people, mainly from Lambertville, joined us on our lawn to listen to Mariachis, eat authentic tamales, engage in a host of fun
Helpful Things to Know About Day of the Dead
Dia de los Muertos: 6 Things You Should Know Before Painting Your Face
Our Community Comes Together! Hurricane Ida Resources & Information
Breaking down some information on how to keep updated and get ongoing assistance for Hurricane Ida.
English, Spanish, or Spanglish? We have it all!
Whether you are a Latinx perfecting your English, a person who wants to be bilingual or raise their kids to be bilingual, or a person who is comfortable with both languages already, we serve readers in our community of all types!
Former Children’s Librarian, Jennifer Sirak, Promoted to Director
When the Lambertville library advertised for a Children’s Librarian in December 2001, Jennifer Sirak appeared and brought that same twinkling magic.
New & Old Book Project
The library is currently undergoing a collection refresh project called weeding. Weeding is a process within libraries that helps us keep our collection fresh and up to date.
Ensuring Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
Librarians have an opportunity to play a crucial role within our larger organizations in the area of equity, diversity, and inclusion. Whether you are part of a city, county, or