Click the link below to read our application for the National Medal for Museum and Library Service. Lambertville Library Overview and Narrative Read more about the Institute of Museum and
WATCH VIDEO HERE Our second annual Oaxaca Festival on August 20th boasted even more music, dancing, tamales, volunteers (100+), attendees (700+), and partnerships with Fishermans Mark, The Acme Screening Room,
We’re excited to share that the library will hold the second annual Oaxaca Festival on Sunday, August 20, from 3:00 to 7:00 pm. Created and hosted by the library’s Latinas
Check out our presentation for the New Jersey Library Association Convention here: Lambertville Library NJLA 2023: Latinas en Lambertville
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
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
Learn about how we used our NJ State Library Grant for Hispanic outreach and how it has impacted our community.
Do you ever feel like you don’t have time to read? Audiobooks may offer a more flexible way to relieve stress.
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
Breaking down some information on how to keep updated and get ongoing assistance for Hurricane Ida.
When the Lambertville library advertised for a Children’s Librarian in December 2001, Jennifer Sirak appeared and brought that same twinkling magic.