A winter storm is forecasted for Saturday Jan. 2nd, with the heaviest snowfall in Franklin expected in the late morning / early afternoon. For the safety of patrons and staff, we will keep the Library closed on Saturday, but will be open as usual on Wednesday Jan. 6th (noon – 3:00).
Don’t miss your chance to win the huge handmade stocking filled with more than 60 items! Tickets are $3.00 each. Purchase at the Library (Sat. 10-1, Wed. 12-3) or by sending a check made out to Franklin Library / P.O. Box 202 / Franklin ME 04634 (or by dropping it in the Library Book Return slot). Please indicate how many tickets you want to buy. All tickets must be purchased before 3 p.m. on Wed., when we will draw the winning ticket.
Here are pictures of the completed handmade stocking (and yes, it is almost as big as a door). Tickets are $3.00 each, buy as many as you want. Purchase at the Library (Wed. 12-3, Sat. 10-1) or send a check made out to Franklin Library / P.O. Box 202, Franklin ME 04634. Please attach a note to the check indicating how many tickets you wish to buy.
Unfortunately we will not be able to hold our annual Christmas party this year. However, as we did last year we will offer a giant (over 4 ft. tall) handmade Christmas stocking for raffle. Below is a partial list of gifts included. Tickets are $3.00 each – you can purchase them by dropping by the Library on Wed. (12-3) or Sat. (10-1), or by sending a check to Franklin Library, P.O. Box 202, Franklin ME 04634. Please attach a note to your check indicating how many tickets you want to buy. Drawing will be held on Wed. Dec. 16th.
The Franklin Library will be closed on Saturday Oct. 3rd because of scheduled building maintenance work. We will reopen for regular hours on Wednesday Oct. 7 (12 – 3). If you can’t wait until Wednesday for great reading and dvd watching, send us an e-mail at email@example.com with the items you want; we can arrange for you to pick them up beginning on Sunday Oct. 4th. Remember, we always offer the “curbside” option (or should we call it “porchside”, because that is where we leave them) – just send us an e-mail. Don’t know what to read or watch next? Take a look at our online catalog: https://www.librarycat.org/lib/franklinlibrary
The Lobster Raffle drawing was held on Wed. 9/2 and the five winners have been notified – congratulations! Many thanks to everyone who participated in this very successful fundraiser. We also wish to thank Ron Doane of RDR Lobster for donating the lobsters for this raffle and for our Lobster Fests the last two years. Finally, thanks to Library Board member Ed Jaworski for his work on all these events.
Your chance to win six live lobsters! Tickets are $5.00 each or pay only $20.00 for 5 tickets. You can purchase tickets at the Library on Wednesday (noon-3:00) or Saturday (10:00 – 1:00). You can also purchase with a check made out to “Franklin Library” and sent to: P.O. Box 202, Franklin ME. But hurry! Lobster Raffle drawing will take place on Wed. Sept. 2nd. Five winning names will be drawn.
We want to remind you that the Library is open, with safety precautions, on both Wednesdays (noon – 3:00) and Saturdays (10:00 – 1:00). We can arrange curbside and other deliveries for you; just contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, tickets are now on sale for our Lobster Raffle, drawing on Sept. 2nd.
Our major fundraiser this season will be a “Live Lobster Raffle.” 5 winning tickets will be drawn on Wednesday September 2nd. Each of the 5 tickets is for 6 lobsters. Tickets are $5 each or 5 tickets for $20. Tickets may be purchased by mail: Franklin Library P.O. Box 202, Franklin, ME 04634 or send your request to email@example.com Checks payable to FRANKLIN LIBRARY.
Beginning Wed. July 22nd the Library building will be open to the public twice a week (Wed. noon – 3:00, Sat. 10 – 1) with full services. Because of our very small space – and to ensure a safe, clean environment for both our community and our staff – face coverings, social distancing and other precautions will be in place. We are eager to see everyone again! Come by and check out all the new materials at the Library.