Join us for 3 special programs commemorating the 100th Anniversary of WWI
Wednesday, November 15: Monthly Book Club reading “The Last of the Doughboys” by Richard Rubin
Wednesday, November 15 at 7 PM: Back Over There: One American Time Traveler 100 Years Since the Great War. An evening with author Richard Rubin, sponsored by the New Hampshire Humanities in partnership with the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Friday, November 17 at 7 PM: Ramblin’ Richard Songs and Stories from WWI
For more information check out the Adult Events Page
Want a book that we don’t have? Put in an book request! Go to your account, login and fill out a request, or give us a call!
Check out our new Second Friday Foreign Film Face Book Page HERE. Please use the new page for discussion of films, asking questions, critiquing, making suggestions and give your opinions about the films we are showing! Thanks!
Mahalo! The Friends of the Library have generously donated two ukuleles to the library. These ukes are available for check out. They come with a bag and a chord sheet, and check out for a period of one week. Inquire at the front desk.
Aquarium and other Museum Passes available!
Thanks to the Friends of the Library, we have a wonderful Museum Pass program. We offer card holders reduced or free admission to several local and Boston museums. Thank you to the Friends for their efforts and generosity.
Please call the library for further details and availability. Vacation weeks often are booked up in advance.
Did you know that we have a Orion Star Blast telescope and an instruction manual ready to go? Check out is for one week! Our telescope was donated to us by the New Hampshire Astronomical Society for circulation. Get out into the night and learn the starry names and patterns overhead. Tips for star viewing HERE.
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Mango is the most effective way to learn to speak a foreign language. It’s FAST! It’s FUN! And it is totally FREE from the library, and 30 of its much loved learning courses have doubled in size–meaning ten new chapters and over 1,000 additional learning hours. Just new: the debut of 17 new specialty courses that celebrate world cultures with short, easy lessons for new learners and seasoned experts. Log into your account (you will need your library card number), click on Mango and begin. Also works on your Android phone. The 14 new languages are: Armenian, Azerbaijani, Hungarian, Kazajh, Seribian, Yiddish, Bengali, Malay, Malayalam, Punjabi, Telugu, Scottish Gaelic, ESL Arabic MSA and ESL Armenian.
Have eReader Frustration? We can help!
Are you having trouble getting started? We are available to give quick guidance to help you download to your e-reader, or give you handouts for the NH Downloadable Book Service. A great resource is the official New Hampshire Downloadable Book Service Blog. Be sure to watch their video! The library now has a KindlePaperwhite and a Nook Glowlight to check out. Please call for more information, and to schedule a time to meet with library staff. Thanks!