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JAMES MEMORIAL PUBLIC LIBRARY

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We are now OPEN!!  ​

We hope to see you inside!​

HOURS OF OPERATION

Sunday:  Closed 

Monday:  8 am to 5 pm

Tuesday:  8 am to 5 pm

Wednesday:  8 am to 5 pm 

Thursday: 8 am to 6 pm

Friday:  8 am to 6 pm 

Saturday:  10 am to 2 pm

Open Book
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The library now has WiFi hotspots and Google Chromebooks available for checkout!  Visit our blog for all the details! 

Used Books

CARD CATALOG

Click or tap below to be redirected to our online card catalog!

NEW RELEASES

Something for Everyone

We are constantly updating the titles in our New Releases, taking into account recommendations from staff and our community of readers. Explore and discover your next great read from this collection.  Our New Book List is published monthly on our blog.  Click or tap here to visit our Blog page! 

Colorful Book Spines

HAPPENING @ THE LIBRARY

Please contact Library Staff for more information about hosting your group in the library.   

Storytelling

CHILDREN'S STORY TIME

For Children of All Ages

Currently, Story Time is only being offered virtually.  Story Time can be viewed Live on Facebook each Wednesday morning at 10:30 am.  

Don't miss virtual Bed Time Stories!  Every Tuesday evening at 7 pm, also available to view on Facebook Live.  

 

Did you miss a live stream?  Don't worry!  Old Story Time videos are uploaded to YouTube.  Click or tap below to be redirected to our channel! 

FIBERS GROUP

Join Us!

The library is proud to host a casual weekly gathering of local fiber artists, each Thursday at 4:00 pm.  The fibers group is not currently meeting at the library due to social distancing guidelines.

Knitting
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BOOK CLUB

Open to All 

The library's book club will meet on the first Thursday of every month at 10 a.m.

This month's book is "The Night Tiger" by Yangsze Choo. "A sweeping historical novel about a dancehall girl and an orphan boy whose fates entangle over an old Chinese superstition about men who turn into tigers." -Goodreads
 

​If you are interested in participating in the book club, please​ contact Sara at the library.