Lovell Branch Library Celebrates its Centennial!

Oct 27, 2022

Five women standing behind refreshment table

Interim Library Director Pat Crumrine in the center with Lovell Branch Library patrons.

The Lovell Branch Library turned 100 years old this month! The library’s beginnings date back to October of 1922. All year, they’ve been celebrating this centennial with a float in the Lovell Days Parade, a birthday-themed summer reading program, and a patron appreciation lunch.

Their final celebration, a big birthday bash, was on Tuesday, October 11. Their goal was to get 500 patrons through our doors that day, and they were excited to have 601 as a final count. Throughout the day the library had entertainment from members of the community, door prizes, refreshments, a historical display, and an information table.

Table with HAPPY BIRTHDAY banner

Seated woman playing accordion

Woman holds large goose stuffie up to a smiling child seated on another woman's lap. Other children, babies, and adults seated close by

Group of children seated on floor, all holding guitars

Little girl dancing in jeans and orange t-shirt with large heart on it

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