NEWS and UPCOMING EVENTS


  WE ARE OPEN

Porch Pick-Up will continue to be an option.  Simply email (preferred) or leave a phone message for the librarian. We’ll pack up your order and alert you when it’s ready. 
Safety Measures:  Masks and hand sanitizer will continue to be the order of the day. All returned library materials continue to be quarantined for 72 hours. I am still asking that library visits be kept brief, in order to minimize length of exposure to library staff and patrons alike. An abundance of caution but that’s what we’re doing. 
Computers and WiFi: Library WiFi is available 24/7. If you need a library computer for more than 15 min. that we suggest for visits, please speak to the librarian and we will make a plan.
Interlibrary Loan Services: We are accepting requests now. Let us know how we can help.

Librarian’s Note: Stop in and wish our wonderful Summer Intern Katie King well as she heads off to college next week. Thank you to the FOL for funding her position! Monday: 9-1, Tuesday: 3-5, Wednesday: 2-7, Thursday & Friday: Closed, Saturday: 9-1, Sunday: Closed These hours reflect the coming of Fall as well as our lower number of visitors. No doubt hours will expand when we leave the Covid era behind. Porch Pick-Ups can be requested at anytime via email: jadelbergcml@gmail.com so do not hesitate to put in your requests. 


Starting Saturday, September 19 to WEDNESDAY, September 23, 2020

  • Saturday Sept 19, 9am to 1pm
  • Monday Sept 21, 9 am to 1 pm
  • Tuesday Sept 22, 3 to 5pm
  • Wednesday Sept 23, 3 to 5pm

Many new books to the sale offered for your review, ending with $2.00 a bag on the final day. Books will be displayed partly inside and partly outside (weather permitting), and we will control the number of indoor browsers to ensure the  safety of all. We will ask that you wear a mask, and sanitize your hands upon arrival. 

AND Thank you for your patience–donations of gently used books now accepted: We can accept up to two shopping bags of gently used books per household up until the book sale. Note: we cannot use VHS, old magazines, textbooks, anything dilapidated or musty, and no music CDs at this time. Thank you so much for complying with our guidelines–we know a lot of you have been waiting for this moment! Please only deliver books during library hours. Thank you!


MONDAY, September 28, 2020 6:00 pm

Monthly Wayne Library Board Meeting

Our next Wayne Library Board meeting is tonight. Our meetings are open to all members, and would like to hear from you.


Be sure to stop by and purchase some raffle tickets for Scrappy Snowball, this lovely Queen sized quilt made by the New Sandwich Quilters. The background is a rich blue. This is the 30th raffle quilt made to benefit the library. Tickets are $2.00 each or 3 for $5.00.


SATURDAY, October 3, 2020 9:00 am to Noon

First Saturday at the Williams House

Cary Memorial Library’s William House-14 Old Winthrop Road

 Our beloved First Saturday gathering to celebrate Great things about Wayne; friends, food, and sunshine.

This will include an outdoor book sale and seating, weather permitting.  Safe distancing and masks will be the norm.  We will feature our famous BRUNCH, BOOKS, and BOUTIQUE.


MONDAY, October 5, 2020 12:30 pm

Library Book Group via Zoom. What could be better, share your opinions about this month’s book, enjoy your lunch, right from home! Please contact Janet and she will notify you with connection instructions. janetadelberg@gmail.com


“A breathless page-turner, driven by the many revelations Ms. Harper dreams up…You’ll love [her] sleight of hand…A secret on every page.” ―The New York Times


MONDAY, November 2, 2020 12:30 pm

Library Book Group via Zoom. What could be better, share your opinions about this month’s book, enjoy your lunch, right from home! Please contact Janet and she will notify you with connection instructions. janetadelberg@gmail.com


New York Times Top Ten Book of the Year and National Book Award finalist, Pachinko is an “extraordinary epic” of four generations of a poor Korean immigrant family as they fight to control their destiny in 20th-century Japan (San Francisco Chronicle).


A New Feature-Our Gardens—showing off some of the hard work done by volunteers. More pictures will be added as the season goes on.


The Town of Wayne & Cary Memorial Library
helped to support the creation of a
Visitor’s Map of Wayne Village
highlighting local businesses and attractions.
You can find the entire map on waynemaine.com
Printed copies will be available at the Town Office and the Library soon.

An online Wayne Business Directory of services is in the works.
Please upload your contact information on waynemaine.com


Wayne Readers’ Book Blog

Wayne Reader’s Blog: The next edition will be compiled Sept. 15, so there’s still time to contribute. Please send along your brief reviews of books that have piqued your interest–for better or worse. The variety of your blurbs is what makes the Reader’s Blog fun. Email your reviews to me.  Click here for the September 2020 Blog.