Helen uncovered some old sheet music while looking through boxes of archival materials. Once sorted, organized and cataloged, most of the library’s historical materials will find a home in our new Gerald C. Thayer Memorial Genealogy and Local History Room.
The Lakes Region Genealogy Interest Group will continue its classes utilizing Zoom technology. The next meeting is on Thursday, April 23rd at 6:30 pm. The subject will be “Genealogist’s Google Toolbox.” It will feature a video on using GOOGLE tools in research. Please contact Dee at firstname.lastname@example.org for registration and Zoom participation information.
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Here’s Dave, our IT coordinator. If you need help getting started with eBooks and audiobooks, give him a call at ‘569-2428’. Though we are closed, we’re still here to help in any way we can!
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
The mystery book group will be reading and discussing the archaeological thriller Labyrinth by Kate Mosse on Tuesday, March 31st at 10 a.m. The book has a dual timeline set in medieval and contemporary southern France. Books are available for readers to check out now. New group members are always welcome to join in.
Now that the library’s renovation and expansion project is complete, The Irish Special Interest Group monthly workshops will be held in the Library’s new meeting room on the second Thursday of every month at 11:30 am. The first program is slated for Thursday, March 12. The programs are free and open to anyone with an […]
Barbara Kingsolver’s modern classic, The Poisonwood Bible, will be the subject of the next 2nd Tuesday Book Group on March 10 at 1 pm. The novel is set in postcolonial Africa where it follows an evangelical Baptist father, Nathan Price, as he takes his wife and daughters to the Belgian Congo. Narrated in alternating chapters […]