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Yes, you can text 505-376-4008. If you submit a chat after-hours, you will get a response during regular library hours.
The library is located at 460 Main St. NE. That is one block west of McDonald’s and across from the fire station and Los Lunas Middle School.
Yes, you can send a fax to 505-352-3582. It is $1.00 a page to send or receive faxes.
Library cards are available for free. Photo identification and proof of mailing address must be provided for verification purposes. Lost library cards are replaced for a $2.00 fee. If you haven’t had a card with us before you can sign-up online here, https://www.loslunaspubliclibrary.org/#section=obrsignup Once you complete this form contact the library to get information on the next steps of the verification process.
Visit the circulation desk or call 505-839-3850 for help in resetting your pin.
Loan limits are for 21 days with a maximum of 20 items per library family card. Individual cards are allowed 10 a maximum of 10 items, videos and DVDs are checked out for 7 days.
The library charges $0.15 per day per item on ALL library materials.
The library has computer access using your library card, if you don’t have a card in good standing you can visit the circulation desk, provide identification and receive a guest pass for one hour of computer use for the day.
You can use a public computer to print or use the PrinterOn mobile app to print. The library charges $.015 a page for prints. PrinterOn link, https://www.printeron.net/system/printspot/interface/select_file.jsp?url=llpl/print&protocolSwitched=true
Yes, please visit the circulation desk and staff will assist you to make copies. The library charges. $0.25 a page for copies.
Yes, the library does offer notary services. Visit the circulation desk or call 505-839-3850 for more information.
Yes, the library offers access to Overdrive for ebooks and audiobooks. Visit https://nm.overdrive.com/ You will need your library card number and pin. You can also access this service using the Instant Digital card feature on this page if your billing address is in 87031 zip code. You will simply sign-up using your cell phone number.
Yes, we have weekly story hours as well as craft time. Please call the library for information and our current schedule.
Visit our online card catalog here, https://www.loslunaspubliclibrary.org/#section=home You can also manage your account by placing holds and renewing items on your account.
You can turn in an interlibrary loan request form at the circulation desk. Staff will request this item from the state library.
Yes, you can make a monetary donation through the Friends of the Los Lunas Public Library & Museum of Heritage & Arts.
Yes, you can text 505-376-4022. If you submit a chat after-hours, you will get a response during regular museum hours.
The museum is located at 251 Main St. SE. It is across the street from Los Lunas Middle School and Nusenda Credit Union.
No, there is not a fee to visit the museum.
Yes, the museum is a branch of the Los Lunas Public Library. You can get a library a card at either location. The museum has some books that circulate, as well as a reference library.
The museum has permanent and rotating exhibits focused on the local history and art.
Yes, the museum holds an annual juried show for adults as well as students. Please contact the museum for more information.
The museum has an exhibit proposal packet that has more information on this process. Come into the museum to request a packet.
Yes, the museum has lectures and presentations on various subjects related to local history and art. Contact the museum for the latest calendar of events.
Yes, the museum provides research resources and help. Please visit the museum or call 505-352-7720 for more information.
Yes, you can use our public computers for research purposes.
Yes, the museum provides resources in the museum as well as access to Ancestry and Heritage Quest. To access Ancestry, you can use a museum computer, for Heritage Quest you will need your library card number and pin. Please call the museum for assistance if you need a library card.
Yes, the library has an oral history program. To get more information on being interviewed, or to get more information on past interviews, call the museum at 505-352-7720.
Yes, the museum has a gift shop with various items as well as books by local authors.
The museum does take donations if they fit into the museum’s collection policy. Please contact the museum for more information.