• Cruising New Hampshire History

    Cruising New Hampshire History - Wednesday, January 16th at 6:30 PMJoin local author Michael Bruno who will be discussing his book Cruising New Hampshire History: A Guide to New Hampshire's Historical Roadside Markers. Michael was born and raised in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. After serving in the U.S. Army for more than 23 years, Michael returned to New Hampshire in 2009. Michael resides in the historic mountain community of Bethlehem. Books will be available for purchase and signing.

    Snow date: Wednesday, January 23rd at 6:30 PM
  • Art Exhibit - Suzan Gannett

    Reception Tuesday, January 15th from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
  • Winter Storytime

    Winter Storytime will run from January 8th through March second.
  • Book Buddies

    Come read to Jack, a certified therapy dog! Kids can practice their reading skills in a low stress environment.  Jack visits the library the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month.

  • Join us for Lego Club! Come build a creation and display it at the library.
  • A Black Sherlock Holmes

    A Black Sherlock Holmes - Saturday, February 16th at 3:00 PMSaturday, February 16th at 3:00 PM

    A chance to view and discuss a rare all-black cast silent Sherlock Holmes film, right in Plymouth, NH! Traditionally, Holmes is instantly recognizable with his deerstalker hat, meerschaum pipe, and inverness cloak. But what might a black Holmes look like?  Professor Ann McClellan will provide a contextual introduction to the film, focusing on vaudeville, silent film history, and the role of ‘race’ films in the 1910s. We will then screen the short 12-minute film, after which Dr. McClellan will facilitate a discussion about how early African-American filmmakers and audiences re-imagined Sherlock Holmes through the lenses of race and nation.