The Nature of NH
Thursday, May 30, 2013: Showcasing New Hampshire’s natural beauty through the lens of NH Natural Heritage Bureau ecologist/photographers Ben Kimball and Dan Sperduto.
Come in and join us for our next knitting group. You don’t have to be an expert and when it comes to knitting we all have our own style! Show us what you are knitting, ask questions and have some fun on Tuesday, June 11 at 7 in the New Hampshire Room.
NHPL Notes of Interest:
- The Library gets new books and bestsellers as they are released from the publisher. You can sign up to check them out by contacting Liz at email@example.com or calling the Library.
- NHPL has partnered with FamilySearch.org to bring your genealogy microfilms to the library. If you have a film you want to view that can be ordered online from The Family History Library in Salt Lake City, you can have it sent to the library and view it on our microfilm reader. Contact Susan at the library for details.
The North Hampton Public Library has 3 eReaders, a Kindle Keyboard, Color Nook and a Kobo to check out to patrons 21 and over. We have some books downloaded and ready to read — no work on your part! NHPL’s Overdrive program through the New Hampshire State Library gives you access to books you can download at no charge. The library also has copies of eBooks just for NHPL patrons through Overdrive! Sign in here to view titles.
The North Hampton Public Library has museum passes available for free or reduced admission. Check one out today!
With so many choices, wondering what to read next? NoveList will help you to find your next book to read! Browse this readers’ advisory database of over 150,000 fiction titles. Search using author, title, genre and more. Use the “author read-alikes”!
North Hampton Public Library Book Group
The NHPL book group meets on the 2nd Thursday of every month at 2 pm. On June 13, the group will discuss Dreams of Joy by Lisa See. New members are welcome and encouraged to attend!
Do you have something to share?
The North Hampton Public Library is looking for people with special talents and skills they can share with the community in a workshop, class, or other setting. If you have a special skill or talent, please contact Susan Grant, the library director at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 964-6326.
What else is going on at your library?
Did you know that the North Hampton Public Library has a number of museum passes available for you to borrow offering discounted or free admission? For more information check this link: Museum Passes
Audio books and eBooks are available for free! Click here Overdrive Downloadable Audio & e Books