NEXT
TRUSTEES'
MEETING

Thursday,
March 11th
at 8:00 a.m.


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meeting minutes.


CALL THE LIBRARY FOR
LOGIN INFORMATION AND
THEN CLICK THE PICS
BELOW FOR QUICK ACCESS
TO RESOURCES FROM
YOUR LIBRARY ONLINE...






Download audiobooks,
ebooks & magazines
from an extensive
digital collection.




Download and stream
movies, TV shows, audio and
eBooks, music and comics.




Reader's advisory
and database with
information on authors,
series, & over 100,000 titles.




Reader's advisory database
for children and young adults.



Provides full-text articles
from more than 1,900
magazines and journals.



Provides information
on health and wellness.



Provides information
on business and industry.



The simple search interface
that delivers quick results
on a wide variety of topics.


Search US Census Records
bewteen 1790-1940 and city
directories between 1821-1989



Discover your ancestors...
The resource for
genealogists and
aspiring genealogists.
(Ancestry.com is available
for library use only. 
Stop by and start working
on your family tree today!)


 





Check out some of our newest books
and materials...



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Saturday Virtual
Writers' Group
(held via Zoom)

1pm-3pm

Share samples of your
writing in any genre &
get helpful feedback.

All ages are welcome!
Call 569-4256 for details.



Preschool Story Hour
Join the happy crew for
read-aloud stories and
simple crafts

Fridays @ 10 a.m.
Canceled until further notice


Looking to Earn Your
High School Equivalency?




The Adult Learning Center
at the Gafney Library
in Sanbornville is OPEN!

CLICK HERE for more info.


EMPLOYMENT
RESOURCES
 
 
www.edjobsnh.com
www.nhjobs.com
www.nhworks.org

www.gotresumebuilder.com
 



Resources for caregivers and
services for aging, disability
and independent living.



Learn online for free, and
improve your
technology,
literacy and math skills.



Learn how to use some
of the most popular
websites on the Internet.


New Hampshire’s accredited
online public high school where
teens and adults can take classes.


3 Ways You Can
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FREE WiFi 24/7

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Welcome to Your Library Online
Start Here...Go Anywhere!

 


FEATURED ARTIST
DIANE KIRKUP


Stop by the library today and check out
this beautiful display of artwork and jewelry.

15% of sales will be donated to the library.

www.dkirkupdesigns.etsy.com


HISTORY BOOK GROUP

City of Fortune
by
Roger Crowley

Wednesday,
March 31st
7:00 PM

 

The Woman Who
Smashed Codes

by
Jason Fagone

Wednesday,
April 28th
7:00 PM

 


READERS' CHOICE BOOK GROUP

THE ZIG ZAG GIRL
by
ELLY GRIFFITHS
Thursday,
March 18th
10:00 AM

 

THE HUNTRESS
by
KATE QUINN
Thursday,
April 15th
10:00 AM

 
Discussion Leader:  Vicki Zimmerschied
To join the group, email vicki.zim@gmail.com
(This will be a virtual discussion held via Zoom.)