Big News! If Walls Could Speak Revisited in 2017 will be available to purchase in February! After more than a year of research, fact-checking, and editing, the third revised edition of this book featuring the stories and histories of 96
In honor of our local veterans and Veterans’ Day, we have put books about Tamworth veterans on display. The library will be closed on Friday, November 11 to observe Veterans’ Day. See you at the monument.
Join us on Wednesday, September 28 at 7:00 pm for a NH Humanities presentation, New Hampshire’s Long Love-Hate Relationship with Its Agricultural Fairs by Steve Taylor. This presentation is cosponsored by Cook Memorial Library and the Tamworth History Center. The
The Tamworth libraries will have a table at the Tamworth Economic Development Commission’s Street Fair on Saturday, August 6th. We’ll be right in front of the Cook Memorial Library from 9 am to 3 pm with a variety of books and
We fondly remember longtime Chocorua Postmaster Walt Fortier, who passed away earlier this month. We have found a number of items in our Genealogy & History collection about Mr. Fortier’s service in World War II and of his participation as
Tamworth Conservation Commission has placed tree cookies on display in the library. What a great way to learn about Tamworth’s historical events and natural history. Stop in and see. In photo, “Old Hem,” cut from a 400+ year-old Eastern Hemlock