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Community Input Survey is now available. Click here to acess the survey.

We need input from community members - that means you! Even if you don’t use the library. We want to hear it all – wishes for the future, current challenges, new ideas, unmet needs. The survey should take as little as 10-15 minutes is all it takes. Thank you!!

Summer Reading 2024

Adventure Begins at Your Library!

Register here to participate in the 2024 Summer Reading Program! Track your reading through August 10th for a chance to win amazing prizes.


No signup required for Wednesdays at the Fire Station, 6:00 PM

June 26: Live animal ambassadors with Wildlife Encounters!

July 17: Science meets storytelling with Talewise!

July 31: Sage's Entertainment presents: Bubbles and Magic!

NH Humanities Perspective Book Groups

Wednesday, June 26th at 6:30 pm

Through Perspectives Book Groups participants engage with diverse perspectives through literature to build understanding and empathy, and to support a culture of reading in the Granite State. New Hampshire Humanities provides expert facilitators and free copies of the book.

The discussion will focus on The Attack by Yasmina Khadra. The book is a fictional, timely, and haunting novel that powerfully illuminates the devastating human costs of terrorism. Dr. Amin Jaafari is an Arab-Israeli surgeon at a hospital in Tel Aviv. As an admired and respected member of his community, he has carved a space for himself and his wife, Sihem, at the crossroads of two troubled societies. Jaafari’s world is abruptly shattered when Sihem is killed in a suicide bombing.

Facilitator Mohamed Defaa earned an MA in Communication and Expression at the University Mohammed V in Rabat, Morocco, and a BA in French Language and Literature from the University Ibn Tofail in Kénitra, Morocco. Defaa has served as an assistant professor of Communication and Cultural Expression at the University Hassan the Second in Casablanca, Morocco, and a college instructor in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. He currently teaches French and Arabic at Merrimack High School, and is an Arabic instructor at SNHU.

Join us for the discussion. Copies of the book will be available for checkout at the Library. To receive supplementary materials and email reminders, sign up here.


Discovering New England Stone Walls

Wednesday, July 10th at 6:30pm

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Why are we so fascinated with stone walls? Kevin Gardner, author of The Granite Kiss, explains how and why New England came to acquire its thousands of miles of stone walls, the ways that they and other dry stone structures were built, how their styles emerged and changed over time, and their significance to the famous New England landscape. Along the way, Kevin occupies himself building a miniature wall or walls on a tabletop, using tiny stones from a five-gallon bucket. 
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Sponsored by New Hampshire Humanities. Free and open to the public.

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Teen Book Boxes

Summer Boxes

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Sign your teen up to receive a personalized box with two books and lots of treats for Summer!

French Together

Tuesdays, 11:00 AM - Noon

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French Together! meets every Tuesday from 11am to Noon in the Library. Want to learn or improve your conversational French? Join us for an informal social hour where we will be listening and speaking "en français".  All levels are welcome. Practice is essential in learning a language so we will meet every Tuesday for one hour of stress-free French! 

Free and no sign up needed.

Genealogy Club

Friday June 21, 1-3pm

Our GenClub meets on the third Fridays of the month. We explore resources and tools to explore our family trees. Our next meeting is Friday, June 21st, 1-3 pm.  Please join us whether you are a newbie to family research or an experienced family tree maker!

Join our team!

Part-Time Subsitutes:

The Library needs subs for providing vacation coverage for Library staff. Duties will primarily consist of answering customer queries at the circulation desk, helping customers with computers, shelf reading, and shelving returned materials. Positions available until filled. Qualifications are a high school diploma, basic computer skills, excellent customer service skills and the ability to work well with both adults and children.


Interested candidates: Please send cover letter and resume to:




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Story Times

Summer Sessions

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Birth to Pre-K Story Time: Tuesdays at 10:30 beginning June 23.


Afternoon Story Time: All ages. Wednesdays at 3:00 PM, June 26 and July 10-31.

Pajama Story Time: All ages. Wednesday, August 7 at 5:00 and 6:30 PM



Email Miss Leah at with any questions.

Messy Play

2024 Sessions

Drop in for some messy play with Miss Leah.

Summer Fridays from 10:30-noon, beginning June 28. Sign up not required; bring a friend!

Lego Club

2024 Sessions

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LEGO Club is a once-monthly program here at the Library, usually the first Wednesday of the month, from 4:00-5:00. All children in Kindergarten and up are welcome to join us! We have thousands of LEGO bricks to explore; what will you build?
Wednesdays: from 4:00 - 5:00: June 5. Grades K-5; signup required.

Home School Meetup

Friday mornings from 10-12

Homeschool Meetup

Stop in to: talk and collaborate on art; play chess; work on a project; or work on a puzzle. This is an undefined program meant to encourage collaboration and socialization.

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