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Drop into to the library Saturday, May 7th from 10-1 to make a Mother’s Day Card and small bouquet. While supplies last! One card per family please.

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The Peep Diorama Contest is back at the library! Pick up a few packs of Peeps and create a diorama to be entered into our Annual Peeporama Contest on Saturday, April 16th from 10-1.  Visit the library or click on the link bellow for an official rules. Each entry will be judged on Originality, Overall Appearance, and Creative Use of Peeps.  Prizes for Peeple’s Choice Award, Best in Show (Ages 5-12), Best in Show (13-18), Best in Show (Adult). Winners will be announced on Saturday, April 16th at 1:30pm.  We can’t wait to see what you create!  Have fun!!

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EBSCO is providing free access for NH public libraries to Rosetta Stone for at home language learning. Start learning a new language from home today! When you click on the link, you will be prompted to enter your email address and choose a password that is at least 6 characters in length and includes at least 1 number. You will also need to select your first language to learn. 

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Labor Day

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Join us on Wednesday, August 9th at 6:30pm for an Ice Cream Sandwich Social to celebrate another fantastic summer of reading!  Come make an ice cream sandwich, spin the globe one more time, and check out what’s growing in the newly built Library Learning Garden.  Miss JoAnn will be rewarding the top readers in each group with a $25 Toadstool Bookshop gift card and announcing the winners of the GIANT LEGO SETS! Don’t miss your chance to win!!  Reading Log deadline is Tuesday, August 8th. See you at the finale!  Special thanks to our generous donors Sue Higgins at the Victorian Bakery for the baked goods and to the Friends of the Library for sponsoring the reading prizes!

ice cream social

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