Strategic Plan Needs YOU

Help Shape Our Future

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The library is embarking on the strategic planning process. As part of this process 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. Choose how you would like to participate and how much time to spend. As little as 10-15 minutes is all it takes. Count Me In! How do I help?
Click this link to tell us how you would like to be included. Thank you!!

Crafting for Adults

Pressed Flower Sun Catcher June 8th

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Saturday, June 8th with Erin Sniderman

Session 1: 10:30-12:00  Signup
Session 2: 12:30-2:00 Signup

Here's an opportunity to come learn how to harvest and press flowers and create a craft of a beautiful suncatcher. Each individual will be given a choice of a glass suncatcher and a variety of already pressed flowers to create a beautiful suncatcher that can send a kaleidoscope of colors and rainbows through your space. They make excellent gifts, photo frames or hang them from the window to enjoy this magical and ethereal timeless tradition. 

Sign up soon, as space is limited!

NH Saves Button Up Program

Wednesday, May 22nd at 6:30pm

NH Saves Button Up Program

is a 1½ hour presentation plus Q & A about improving the energy efficiency of your home. It covers energy saving tips and NHSaves energy efficiency programs. Learn about saving electricity, insulation and air sealing, energy audit and weatherization programs, rebates on electric and gas appliances, and other incentives from NH’s energy utilities. New Hampshire residents that want to use energy wisely and save money will find the information very useful.
Sign up to attend in person or to receive a zoom link for remote participation.

Adult Book CLub

Wednesday, May 29th at 6:30 pm

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When Jim O’Connell graduated from Harvard Medical School and was nearing the end of his residency at Massachusetts General Hospital, the chief of medicine made a proposal: would he defer a prestigious fellowship and spend a year helping to create an organization to bring health care to homeless citizens? Jim took the job because he felt he couldn’t refuse. But that year turned into his life’s calling. Tracy Kidder spent five years following Dr. O’Connell and his colleagues as they served their thousands of homeless patients. In this book, we travel with O’Connell as he navigates the city, offering medical care, socks, soup, empathy, humor, and friendship to some of the city’s most vulnerable citizens. He emphasizes a style of medicine in which patients come first, joined with their providers in what he calls “a system of friends.”

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.


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.

Home Organizing

Wed June 12th at 6:30 pm

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Clutter is more than just a nuisance: Living in a cluttered space makes cleaning more difficult - affecting your family's health. Statistics show that clutter can also reduce sleep quality, make people more irritable, and even negatively impact diet and productivity. Many people find themselves stuck in a cycle of disorganization. Skills to tackle clutter and organize spaces will be covered. Free and open to the public.  Sign up for email reminders.



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:




New Books




Story Times

2024 Sessions

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Birth to Pre-K Story Time: This year, story times for birth to pre-k will take place on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 10:30, beginning January 16. Signup is not required, but you can fill out this short form to be contacted in case of cancellations.

Evening Story Time: Evening story times for all ages will be held on the first Wednesday of each month at 6:00 pm. Signup is not required, but you can fill out this short form to be contacted in case of cancellations.

After School Story Time*: After school story times will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays for Grades 1-4 through May 23 (Thursday session full; waitlist only). * Sign up here.

Kindergarten Club*: Will be held on Wednesdays for Kindergarten only, through May 22 (full; waitlist only).* Sign up here.

*All after-school story time attendees take the school bus to the library; pickup is at 3:45. Snacks and drinks will be served; please let us know if your child has any allergies we should be aware of.


Email Miss Leah at with any questions.

Messy Play

2024 Sessions

Drop in for some messy play with Miss Leah.

The third Friday of every month from 2:00 – 4:00 pm. The next Messy Play is May 17th. Sign up not required, but you can fill out this short form to be contacted in case of cancellations.

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: May 1, June 5. Grades K-5; signup required.

Art Club

2024 Sessions

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Just for kids! Come to the Library to try your hand at watercolors with a new tutorial by Let's Make Art. All materials will be provided. First grade and up.

Wednesdays from 4:15 - 5:00 pm: May 8.  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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