Here’s Margaret filling a patron’s order today. Call or email us to request up to ten items including books, DVDs and audio books. We’ll pull the available items, wrap your order, call to arrange a pickup time and place your materials on a cart outside the front entrance at the designated time. This service is […]
The Lakes Region Genealogy Interest Group has put together an ambitious slate of ongoing free programs open to the public using Zoom technology. The programs include:“Spot On Classes for Family History Sleuths,” which will run every Tuesday at 1 pm until June 16th and then resume on Tuesday, July 7th. A “Monthly Genealogy Event” will take […]
Here’s Cindy, a really important member of our team. She keeps the library super clean and looking great. We’re working on health and safety protocols to put in place for that great day in the future when we can reopen. We don’t have a date yet — but we’ll be ready! We’ll keep you posted.
Here’s Margaret. Like the rest of the staff, she misses all of our great patrons. Today, she’s working on organizing and cleaning our audiobooks. We are formulating ideas about how to safely reopen — once we get the green light. In the meantime, if you need something give us a call, we’re here to help!
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 Friends of the Wolfeboro Public Library has rescheduled its annual Book & Author Luncheon to October 16, 2020. Originally set for June 5, the event will still take place at Bald Peak, which has extended its season into the month of October. The Friends plan to begin publicizing the event in early summer, so […]
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 email@example.com 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 […]