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Information on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) from the Town of Lexington, Library Service Updates, and Frequently Asked Questions.

  • Available by car or by foot
    Library Curbside Service

    When you receive a notification that a hold is ready for pickup, book an appointment for our library curbside service: Cary Out!

    The library building remains closed to the public.

  • Movies of the Month

    Download Books, Audiobooks, Movies and More! 

    Always Available. Free to Lexington Residents.

    Access Hoopla or 

    view a video tutorial on how to use Hoopla.

  • with Author David Kruh
    ‘Building Route 128’

    ‘Building Route 128’ with Author David Kruh

    Tuesday, October 27 @ 7:00 PM

    Author David Kruh will be discussing 'The road we love to hate” - The Building Route 128. 

  • Trim Your Own Hair!
    Back to Basics: Home Hair Cuts

    Trim Your Own Hair!

    Wednesday, October 28 @ 10:00 AM

    Hair stylist Dominique Fortin will walk us through some techniques that will keep shagginess at bay. 

  • a Virtual Tour of Cemetery Art, History & Symbolism
    Welcome to the Graveyard

    Welcome to the Graveyard ~ a Virtual Tour of Cemetery Art, History & Symbolism

    Wednesday, October 28 @ 7:00 PM 

    Come see what history lies in your own backyards and under your feet with the Gravestone Girls!

  • a two-part workshop on 10/22 & 10/29
    Illustrating Picture Books

    Thursday, October 29, at 9:30 AM

    Join us for a survey of picture book illustration techniques and some practice exercises!

    Please register for the link.

  • Back to Basics
    All you need to know about saving

    Back to Basics: All you need to know about saving

    Friday, October 30 @ 10:00 AM

    What, how, where, and when to save. All the basics!

  • Classical or Jazz
    Naxos Music Library

    Whether You Are Craving Classical or Jazz,
    Cary Library Has It Covered!

    Online, @ Home, and Free with Your Library Card.
  • Digital Access
    Read The Washington Post online

    Lexington residents now have digital access to breaking news and analysis on politics, business, world national news, entertainment, and more from The Washington Post.

    Simply create a free account to The Washington Post.

    This new resource is brought to you through the generosity of The Cary Library Foundation.