Mary Cronin begins her work this March at the Cook Memorial Library. Mary served as Director of the Madison Library for the past 10 years, and has worked in libraries, on and off, since 7th grade. She has a B.A.
CC White, who homesteads in Sandwich is our Artist for March and April. Come see her vibrant, juicy abstracts. CC says of her work: Most of my work mirrors the pull between heart and mind. I use marks, color and
Busy day Saturday: Friends of Cook Memorial will hold their Cabin Fever Book and Bake Sale from 10 am to 1 pm in the big meeting room. Hot soup and chili will be sold as well as baked goods. Silent
Hi Everyone, Friday, February 27th is Patti’s last day at the library. She started over eighteen years ago. We will have an open house for her at the library on Friday afternoon so that people can come in and say
The library will be OPEN on this Saturday, Feb 7th. The weather forecast is predicting – 5-54 degrees on Friday night, Feb 6. So I’m afraid that once again they won’t be able to spray the foam insulation until warmer
On Wednesday, February 11 at 7 pm, NH Humanities Council scholar, Ann McClellan will present “(Not so) Elementary, My Dear Watson” in which she explores the origins of Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous detective and tracks his incarnations in literature, film,