It’s very nearly happy Thanksgiving time! In honor of this tasty holiday, the library will be closing at 4 pm Wednesday the 27th. But we will be open our normal hours, 10-5 on Friday the 29th!
In honor of National Library Week, we’ve compiled some interesting facts about New Hampshire and its libraries. The beginning chapter of the NH State Library was established in 1717 and it is generally considered to be the oldest such institution
Grace Harte, on right background in pink shirt, led a workshop making friendship bracelets on August 2nd. A great time was had by kids and Barnstormers actresses alike. On August 10th, Mango Groove entertained both library and theater-goers on the
Marnie Cobbs of Eaton, NH is our Artist of the Month for May & June. Cobbs is well known for both her paintings and her poetry. “These paintings were all made outside in one or two sittings. I use gouache,
A few weeks ago I heard about a young man named Salman Khan on the “Making a Difference” segment of NBC’s Nightly News. A former hedge fund manager, Khan began by tutoring his cousins in math. He found that he