Tues & Weds 10-8
Willey Fromm’s woodcut of Cook Library
Tamworth, New Hampshire is a beautiful rural village between the lakes and mountains of northern New Hampshire. With gracious historic houses and businesses lining its tree-shaded main street, the town looks much the same as it looked a hundred years ago. The clapboarded and decorated library, with its two-story square clock tower, stands at the center of the village. Originally built in 1895, the library has twice been expanded and modernized without losing its historic flair.
Chocorua Public Library is Tamworth’s other library. Its open hours are: Sunday 1-5 p.m, Monday 1-7 p.m., Thursday 1-7 p.m.