Mah Jongg Returns

The 2021 cards have been sitting idle for months, but now we’re ready to meet for some great in-person games. COVID precautions such as mask wearing are strongly encouraged. For safety reasons, participation is limited to 12 per game night, and the tiles will be sanitized in advance.

Starting July 26, Mondays 6:30-8:30 p.m. Register here to secure your spot.


Summer Reading Bingo — for Adults!

Why should the kids have all the fun with summer reading? We don’t think that’s fair so our Summer Reading Bingo is back. While you’re at the library, borrow a couple of good books and get started.

The deadline is Thursday, September 3. Three winners will be randomly chosen and will each receive a gift card to a local restaurant. Find your bingo car, details and rules, click here. You can also pick up a card at the circulation desk.


Summer Reading is ON!

Click here for summer reading details, online registration, and much more.

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School’s out and it’s time to grab a great book (or two), find a cozy spot, and get reading. We are all set to welcome readers of all ages with lots of programs and incentives to make this a reading summer.


Programs for Every Age and Interest

Our popular programs and activities continue online via Zoom or on our Youtube channel. Check the program calendar for details.


In-Person Yoga with Laura Returns

Our very own Laura Kraus is back with a mini-series of 4 gentle yoga sessions. The classes will take place in the third floor great room (accessible via stairs from Church Street) and will be limited to 8 participants to ensure proper social distancing. Masks required for COVID non-vaccinated participants.

Register here to secure your place.


Curbside Pick-up | Monticello Public Library
The library is open to the public but curbside is still available. Click here for details.

L2B – Libraries to Business

NEW  The library has joined the State Library and several other consortia in the state-wide L2B initiative, a platform designed to promote free programs for businesses and job seekers. The events range from practical workshops on digital marketing to Q&A sessions with local politicians. The L2B website offers a wealth of resources and information.