Back by popular demand! Senior Summer Social Hour

Seniors are invited come together on Mondays this summer at 2:00pm for a Senior Summer Social Hour.  Each date will have an activity and refreshments will be served. Come to one or all events! Join us for our first event on Monday, June 26th at 2:00pm at the Mont Vernon Town Hall meeting room to learn about the Mont Vernon Town Hall Past, Present, and Future. Strawberry Shortcake & Lemonade will be served. Bring a friend and be social!

Questions? Call Bonnie at the library (603)673-7888.

Tune in for a mini episode of the Tiny Town Library Podcast to recap all the magic that happened at Wizarding Week!  We will also be announcing the theme of the 2023 Summer Reading Program on this episode.  Miss JoAnn has gone rogue this year and has created her own theme!!  She will be making the magic here at the library all summer. A special thank you to all of the volunteers who helped make Wizarding Week a success.  Be sure to click on the link below to visit Earl Riche’s photo albums onFlicker that captured the entire experience at Wizarding Week!


Wizarding Week Photo Albums: https://www.flickr.com/photos/mvfotog/



It’s almost time to sign up for the Summer Reading Program! This year’s theme is READING IS MAGIC! 

Miss JoAnn has planned a magical summer reading program for all ages  filled with story times, art & crafts, special programs and presenters. Kids can enter to win weekly prizes, track their reading, and win our grand prizes sponsored by the Friends of the Library.



Registration opens on Saturday, June 10th from 8-12pm in person at the library under the tent.

Can’t make it on Sat., June 10th? Print the registration form below and drop in after  to register the kids and sign up for activities that still have openings.


Registration Form Link

Summer Calendar Link









Drop in the library with the kids to make a mini bouquet for mom. We also have CASA Mother’s Day cards designed by local artist Jill Weber. SHHH! Hurry in while supplies last. Happy Mother’s Day!

Spring is in the air! We survived winter in Tiny Town and Town Meeting.  Tune into our latest episode for the recap of the new library vote and plans to move forward.  Don’t miss our interview with the famous Earle Rich Mont Vernon’s local photographer and all around genius.  Happy Spring!

Amy’s Book Recommendations:

Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy by Rachel Frye

The Finlay Donovan Jumps the Gun by Elle Cosimano

My Best Friend’s Exorcism by Grady Hendrix

Essex Dogs by Dan Jones

Murder Your Employer by Rupert Holmes

The Golden Spoon by Jesse Maxwell

Birnam Wood by Eleanor Catton

The Only Survivor by Megan Miranda

Zero Days by Ruth Ware

The Only One Left by Riley Sager



Cookbook Club is back for the summer!  We’ve added four cookbooks and meetings to the calendar.  Our first book, “Cook Like A Pro” by Ina Garten, is on order and available to borrow at the library. Drop in for a copy of the cookbook and claim your recipe to bring to a pot luck meal on Tuesday, May 23rd at 6:30pm at the library.  We will be eating alfresco if weather permits.  Questions?  call Bonnie at the library 673-7888.

Spencer Lovette from the Merrimack Valley Beekeepers invites you to the Daland Memorial Library to learn about bees, bee colonies, and beekeeping basics on

Saturday, May 13th at 1:00pm just in time for summer and the garden season. Light refreshments and honey will be served.

Registration recommended. Call 673-7888 or email dalandlibrary@comcast.net


Registration is open for Lapsit & Storytime!  Call 673-7888 to sign the kids up! 






Send Money to Friends and Family
Learn how to send money to friends, family, and small businesses using your computer or smart phone. Instructor Judy Brophy will teach you how to use Venmo, Zelle and PayPal apps that allow you to send money to others digitally for no fee. Join us at the library on Saturday, April 22nd at 1:00pm. All ages welcome!

New Museum Passes

New Museum Passes

The Friends of the Library are excited to announce they are adding two new museum passes you can borrow ! The Library will soon be offering passes to the Seacoast Science Center in Rye, NH and the Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth, NH.
Passes will be available in May for reserve. Details will be added to the library website when the passes arrive. Click on the links below to plan your trips.  Thank you to the Friends of the Daland Memorial Library!!