The Mammoth Lakes Branch Library will be closed from Friday, May 26 through Monday, May 31 for interior painting.
The Friends of the Library groups for three branch libraries are exhibiting art work by local, up-and-coming artist within their branches. These Gallery Walls offer the opportunity for the artists to place their work for public view and sale, and the Friends receive a portion of the proceeds of any sale.
Mammoth Lakes is exhibiting Images of the Eastern Sierra with an Artist's Reception on April 15 - FLYER
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS! - The Mammoth Lakes Branch exhibit for July 2017 will be local artists from our community. Submissions due by Friday, May 26th - FLYER
Stop by the Coleville or Lee Vining libraries to see what is currently on exhibit.
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Come check out the MakerSpace at the Mammoth Branch Library! Learn how to use a 3-D Printer, use stencils to create a greeting card, make a bracelet or all kinds of other projects. A special workshop has been set up on the Second Floor of the Mammoth Lakes Branch Library.
Also check our Special Events page for short-term classes involving particular projects.
No MakerSpace on May 12th and May 19th
Tuesdays 2:00-6:00 Middle School Age and up
Wednesdays 2:00-6:00 All Ages
Thursdays 2:00-6:00 Elementary School Age
Fridays 10:00-12:00 Adults Only
Volunteer at the BOOK CHALET
If you love books, the Friends of the Library's Used Book Store, is the place to volunteer!
A Book Chalet volunteer's primary task is to welcome visitors and sell used books. If interested, volunteers may also price and shelve books per established guidelines. The end-of-day shift is responsible for tallying the day's receipts. Stop by and chat with a volunteer! If you're interested in helping out, call Book Chalet at 760-924-2593, leave your contact information with the Mammoth Lakes Library, 760-934-4777, or fill out the library's contact form, with Book Chalet Volunteer in the subject line. Volunteers must be members of the Mammoth Lakes Friends of the Library ($10 annual membership or volunteer hours in lieu of).
The Book Chalet is open as noted below. There are 2-hour shifts avavilable in winter and 2 1/2 hour shifts in summer, with one volunteer working each shift.
Summer Hours - June through August
Tuesday through Friday 12 noon to 5 pm
Saturday 10 am to 5 pm
Regular Hours: - September through May
Tuesday through Friday 12 noon to 4 pm
Saturday 11 am to 3 pm
Vintage Books Subcommittee
The Vintage Books Subcommittee sells donated used books that are more valuable than our regular bargain-basement book sale prices, due to age, first edition status, signatures of authors, or other collectible characteristics. This committee of volunteers researches, evaluates, and prices these books for either internet sales or MLFOL book sales. Volunteers must be computer literate with access to a computer (library computers are available as is one-on-one training).