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Download eBooks & eAudiobooks!

Click the Digital Catalog short link above to see everything that is available for you to download to any device!

Statewide eBook collection



Biblioboard offers access to primary sources, including full text books and photos; historical documents; and access to historical anthologies that explore places, events and themes across centuries. Great for school projects!

iPad Tutorial for eBooks

Click on Beki's picture to view the how-to video.



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Great Ponds Gallery

Wireless Print to the Library from Home or your Mobile Device!

Click the logo above to upload from your computer, or download the Printeron app to your Device! 

Once you send your Print Job to the Library you have 2 hours to pick it up!


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Apponequet Regional High School Yearbooks
Collection of Apponequet Regional High School Yearbooks (1961-1995) - available online.

The SAILS LIbrary Network has over 75 Libraries for you to access!  Click the logo to see everything they have for you, a list of member libraries and more.



January Programs!
Clutter Control 101 - Downsizing your STUFF
with David Downs

Monday, January 23rd at 6:30

Decluttering is a process, not an event. Dave suggests when, where, and how to begin the process. Everyone is different, so he recommends more than one way to approach, manage and discard our many possessions. Dave discusses the pros and cons to selling, donating, giving away, throwing out and paying someone to take our stuff away. 

In recognition of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27th, established by the United Nations in 2005, please join us for the following program:
The State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda – Propaganda’s Sordid History and Its Ever-Present Reality
Tuesday, January 24, 2017, 6:30 PM
Join Rabbi Heath and Dr. Weisberger to learn more about the nature of propaganda in general, about how it was so effectively used by the Nazi’s in the 1930’s-40’s and about how it identify it in our world today.
Click Here for more information on our January Progams.

Friends of the Library Winter Book Sale!
Saturday, February 11th from 10-2

Join us for the Friends Winter Book Sale!  Used books of all kinds will be available for purchase is the Great Ponds Gallery on Saturday, February 11th from 10-2.

If you would like to volunteer with set-up, clean-up or during the sale, please send an email to The Friends:

We accept donations of used books and other media for the sale.  Please bring donations in during hours of operation. Please rememeber we do not accept text books, encyclopedias of any kind or Video/Cassette tapes. Thank you!

Digital Library Resources
Click Here For All Your Digital Resources and Downloads!
We have a lot of digital options available to you, from eBooks to eAudiobooks, Music to Magazines and several databases!

Freegal is Back
Now with Streaming capability!

Freegal® Music is available to you through the Library, all you need is your Lakeville library card number and PIN!

Freegal offers access to about 9 million songs and over 15,000 music videos.  You can download 3 songs a week to keep and stream up to 5 hours a day!  (streaming works similarly to Spotify)

Free mobile apps are also available to download in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.

Commemorative Brick Walkway
Say it in Stone!
The Lakeville Library is continuing with the brick walkway fundraiser, giving everyone a chance to put a lasting piece of themselves into our community and lets you "Say it in Stone."
Now you can dedicate a brick to anything you want to celebrate, even if you just want to tell the world you love to read!
Brick order forms will be available at the Lakeville Public Library's circulation desk or Click Here.
Each brick is $75 and may have up to 3 lines with 15 characters per line. Orders will be accepted on an on-going basis but placed once a year.  Bricks received will be displayed in the reading alcove and installed in the Spring.

The Lakeville Public Library uses the funds from the commemorative bricks for various projects around the library building and grounds. As well as providing a legacy, your contribution will help your library.  Contact with any questions.