Library Services Update

Taking into account new guidlines from the State of New Hampshire and recommended best practices for libraries, we have made the following change in service:  We will no longer offer curbside pickup of materials. Our bookdrop remains closed so please hold onto any borrowed library materials until we reopen. Our greatest concern is for your […]

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New information about changes in service

  Please hold on to your materials until we reopen; do not use the book drop.  All due dates will be extended, and fines waived during the current crisis. Patrons can still search the library’s online catalog and request materials by phone, email or by placing reserves online. Calling us directly at 603-569-2428 will result […]

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Library closed until further notice

During this closure, we’ll be here working to deliver some special services to you. We’re encouraging your requests for books, movies and other materials, which if available, we can pull from the shelves and package for you to pick up outside the building. We are also happy to answer any other questions you may have […]

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2nd Tuesday Book Group to meet February 11

Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant by Anne Tyler will be discussed at the 2nd Tuesday Book Group which will meet on February 11 a 1 pm. Since the Library will be closed for construction activities, the group will meet in the Stevens Room at All Saints Episcopal Church. Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant is a […]

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german ancestry

Looking for genealogy volunteer

Our genealogy and history programming partner, the Church of Latter Day Saints, is looking for a volunteer to facilitate a German Special Interest Group. The volunteer would assist people with research into their German ancestry at regularly scheduled meetings. The facilitator would be trained in available research tools, but should already be computer literate. If […]

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the namesake

“The Namesake” picked for February 4 discussion

The Namesake by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jhumpa Lahiri will be the first book for 2020 in the Library’s popular evening book series. The literary theme for all of this year’s selections is identity. The discussion will take place on Tuesday, February 4th at 6:30 p.m. in the All Saints Episcopal Church’s second-floor library; the change […]

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