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  • A message from Nicole Lane, Library Director
    Since the library temporarily closed the staff and I have been working behind the scenes to come up with ways we can serve our community. Zoom has become an essential tool; it’s been so great to see each other’s faces and hear everyone’s voices.

    In the following days and weeks look for new, remote programming as well as links to resources for the whole family.

    Please reach out anytime. We'd love to hear from you. Together we will do this.

  • A message from Amy Laber
    a.k.a. Miss Amy

    Hello dear families!

    I will be working on setting up virtual story times where we can meet up for stories and songs via Zoom.

    I will also be compiling resources to share with you to help keep little ones occupied, learning and creative at home.

    Sending you all much love from Miss Amy.

  • A message from Jack Murphy
    Jack has been working to develop a new anti-virus mask so that he can get back to work at the Library and see everyone again soon.

    Jack is also taking pictures of local sites (while maintaining social distancing) and comparing them to old postcards and photographs.

    Jack plans on sharing the side-by-side pictures, along with some local history.

  • A message from Carolyn Thorenz
    The world is changing but we are continuing to put together ways to connect and stay in touch with our eclectic friends and patrons.

    Hopefully some of the programs and ways we found to communicate will bring a new dimension to the way we reach out and offer services.
    With that said, look for us on Twitter, Instagram or through email with some new offerings!

  • A message from Amy Cote
    Amy is hard at work creating a series of ‘Art & Sip’ Zoom meetups as well as a stress relief library video loop.

    She's also researching animated graphic novels for us to
    post on the website and working on remote book discussion group ideas. 
    Amy's interest and passion for movies and art will be utilized as she explores resources to share with you in the future.

  • A message from Catarina Cowden

    Cat wishes everyone well and is enjoying
    her home time with all of her many pets! She is looking forward to being back at a Sugar Cookie Dance Party in the near future!

    A message from Chris Wheeling

    Chris is trying to keep up with his writing;
    writing helps fight stress.

The Gardiner Library is closed until further notice.

All items checked out have had their due dates reset to April 6th. All items still on the holds shelf have had their pickup date extended to April 6th and all unfilled holds have been suspended through April 6th. This date will be pushed back as/if needed.  

Please do not drop off items in the drop box and do not drop off used book donations. 
The library was deep-cleaned on Tuesday, March 17th. 

We are as disappointed as you are to cancel programs and meetings. Our staff works hard to plan these programs and we know you enjoy participating in them. We are working on ideas to provide remote programming and developing lists of resources we feel are worth checking out.

We will continue to provide updates on our website, email, and social media channels.