Summer Reading is here!
Watch our fun Summer Reading Video and then visit our Summer Reading Page to register for the 2020 program! It’s really simple this year, sign up, get a FREE book to keep and a BINGO sheet, complete the BINGO sheet, let us know by taking a picture and emailing Jill, email@example.com, or Mary, firstname.lastname@example.org, or putting your name on it and dropping it in our Book Drop and get another FREE book to keep. So easy!
If you want to complete your BINGO activities using an app, you can also sign up for Beanstack. Beanstack allows you to register and then complete the BINGO activities using the free Beanstack app, which can be found in whichever app store you use. Once you register for Beanstack, you will see the “Current Challenge” and all of our activities are there as badges. Just like with the paper BINGO sheet, complete all of the badges and get your second FREE book.
If you need help or want to help
The Yarmouth Community Coronavirus Task Force is ready with information and resources.
Need groceries, information, resources, or a person to talk to?
Call 207-846-4763 (the library’s phone number)
Phones staffed 10am-2pm Mon-Sat.
All calls will be returned within 24 hrs.
Visit the group on Facebook.
Dial 211, text your zip code to 898-211, or email email@example.com
We are now open for curbside pickup
We are now open for curbside pickup. This applies to MML, MML materials, and MML card holders only; other libraries will reopen in a manner of their own choosing. Minerva/Interlibrary Loan materials will not be available at this time. MML card holders can now place holds online or by calling 846-4763 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We will call you once we have gathered the items you have requested.
Hours that curbside service will be available are
Monday, Thursday, Friday: 11am – 4pm
Tuesday, Wednesday: 11am – 6pm
Saturday June 20 & 27: 10am – 1pm (MML will be closed Saturdays in July and August)
Please call from the parking lot or knock on the door during designated hours, and we will bring your items out to you.
We will continue to share our plans with you here and in our weekly email newsletter.
Due dates on our materials borrowed before the spring have been pushed back to July 10. Fines have been suspended on all accounts. To return materials, please use the bookdrop by the main entrance.
Ever thought of attending story time or book group online?
Try it with us!
Miss Mary is holding story time every Friday at 10:15am on Facebook Live. She will also read a picture book every Monday and Wednesday at 10:15am.
Mrs. O’Connor is currently doing a read aloud on Facebook – Charlie Thorne and the Last Equation by Stuart Gibbs: Charlie is a thief. Charlie is a genius. Charlie is possibly the only one who can solve the code, left by Albert Einstein, that could help all of humankind, or destroy it. And Charlie is only 12! Listen daily at 2PM or whenever you want as it will be saved on our page.
Merrill Film Society will discuss My Favorite Year (1982) starring Peter O’Toole and Mark Linn-Baker. Join us Saturday, July 18, at 10am, on Zoom. Email email@example.com for an invitation.
There will also be a few virtual programs for our Summer Reading Program.
Dangerous Thinking Club will resume meeting in the Fall.
Stay tuned for more details!
We continue to field reference questions. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This short video explains how our patrons will be able request books from MML for curbside pickup starting June 15. It stars a deadpan librarian and a little cat who is very excited to borrow books again.