Museum Passes

New in 2017, borrow a day pass for one of seven area museums. Phone us or visit our museum page to reserve.

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2 weeks ago

I just placed our November order and I am putting the latest items in the catalog so you can get your holds in early!

by Kondo, Robert [author.] | Tsutsumi, Daisuke, 1974- [author.] | Nagasuna, Yoshihiro [artist.] | Nakamura, Toshihiro [artist.] | Coates, Brandon [artist.].

2 weeks ago

Do you have your team ready for this Saturday afternoon? If not, just come by the library and Lichen can add you to a team.

Get your teams together for another fun afternoon of Trivia at the library hosted by trivia aficionados Edith and Bob Houlihan

3 weeks ago

We are enjoying some terrific non fiction: Born a Crime by Trevor Noah and One in a Million Boy by Monica Wood. Also, we are so very grateful to the anonymous donor who is buying for us from our ... See more

I know it’s not even close to over yet, but I am ready to name my two favorite books of the year. It’s a very auspicious award, the Likey; highly sought after.

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Please read, and return, One-in-a-Million Boy

This year’s selection.

We are in the midst of our annual One Book One Valley season. I just finished The One-in-a-Million Boy by Monica Wood and I have to say that it’s just about as perfect as a novel can get. It can be read on several levels. The prose is beautiful. It’s tender and moving, but also thoughtful. I don’t remember the last time I liked a book so much. Our book group … Read more

Pumpkin volunteers!

This is our fourth year participating in the Return of the Pumpkin People event. For the last two I have used it as a chance to promote some of the Library’s services. In 2015, it was the wifi. In 2016, it was Story Time. And, this year I am working on something to promote our *drum roll* museum passes! As Squam Lake and NH State Parks close with the snow, we are adding an extra … Read more

Change

Even if you like it, change is hard and September is all about change, isn’t it? I sent my baby to kindergarten a few days back. He was fine. I was a mess. The leaves are turning and we are starting to talk about buying wood for our new wood stove. It’s all good but different somehow. Autumn is time for drawing back and turning thoughts within. I have always found it melancholy.

All … Read more