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Our November meeting of the Homeschool Book Group to discuss Minecraft: The Island is postponed until Tuesday, November 20th at 10:30 am. Then you can pick up your copy of Where the Mountain Meets the Moon, by Grace Lin for our December 21st discussion. … Continue reading
After looking at the forecast for this evening it has been decided to postpone the program until after the holidays. We hope that you will enjoy your evening at home with a good book.
Just in case you missed it…we had some visitors at the library on Halloween from the land of Oz!
Please note: due to the Thanksgiving holiday, the Wednesday Night Book Group will meet on the second Wednesday in November, the 14th. We will be discussing the book The Witches of New York by Ami McKay. Copies of the book are available … Continue reading
Please note our Brown Bags and Books book group will be meeting in November at noon on the second Tuesday, November 13, not the first Tuesday as usual due to the Town of Newport voting day. We will be discussing … Continue reading
Richards Free Library and the Judges of the Sarah Josepha Hale award are pleased to announce that Nathaniel Philbrick is the 2018 Sarah Josepha Hale Award Medalist. He will accept the award on October 6, 2018 at 8:00 p.m. at … Continue reading
We had a visitor to the library recently: Ellen from St. Paul, Minnesota. She “collects” libraries by visiting, taking photos, and posting notes and pictures to her blog. Find out what she said about our library (#482) here.
Saturday, August 25, 2018, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (Friends of the Library Sneak Preview: 8:00 to 9:00 AM) Join us for for our annual festival! The Book Tent opens at 9:00 AM, with admission at 8:00 AM for Friends of … Continue reading
If you already use our ebooks and audiobooks through the New Hampshire Downloadable Books website, you might have noticed that digital magazines are back! The magazines are licensed for simultaneous use which means there is no waiting! They are readable on a … Continue reading