• How We Fund Public Services in New Hampshire

    How We Fund Public Services in NH - Wednesday, October 24th at 6:30 PM
    Wednesday, October 24th at 6:30 PM

    How are the programs and services provided by different levels of New Hampshire government funded? What role does the state have in funding these programs and services? This presentation will explain the primary revenue sources we rely on to fund public services in New Hampshire and some key policy decisions
    that have had effects on state and local revenues. Presented by the New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute
  • In the Evil Day

    In the Evil Day: Monday, October 29th at 7:00 PM
    Monday, October 29th
    7:00 PM


    Join author Richard Adams Carey who will be discussing his book In the Evil Day: Violence Comes to One Small Town


    This event is sponsored by the New Hampshire Humanities Council.
  • Art Exhibit - Javier Kiman

    Join us to celebrate our art display, brought to us by local artist Javier Kiman. Enjoy refreshments and discussion with the artist. The art will be displayed October 1st through 26th.
    Join us to celebrate our art display, brought to us by local artist Javier Kiman. Enjoy refreshments and discussion with the artist. The art will be displayed October 1st through 26th.

    Sponsored by the Young Ladies Library Association.


     
  • Picked & Polished

    Join us for an evening of picking & polishing. Come meet local business owner Reta Frekot of Picked and Polished as she discusses rustic, farmhouse decor and shows us how to turn our "trash" into decorating treasures during this interactive presentation, admission is free, but space is limited. Call the library at 603-536-2616 (or stop by) to reserve your seat.Tuesday, November 13th
    6:00 PM - 7:30 PM


    Join us for an evening of picking & polishing. Come meet local business owner Reta Frekot of Picked and Polished as she discusses rustic, farmhouse decor and shows us how to turn our "trash" into decorating treasures during this interactive presentation, admission is free, but space is limited. Call the library at 603-536-2616 (or stop by) to reserve your seat.