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Friday, December 14, 2018

Peace in the World Exhibit - Estonia - Fermata Arts Foundation

28 drawings from students in grades 6-12, ages 12 - 18 years old. They come from the Parnu Sutevaka Humanitaargumnaasium, a school in Parnu, Estonia, on the shore of the Baltic Sea.

The exhibit celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Fermata Arts Foundation; Dedicated to promoting peace through arts and culture. The exhibit travels around New England States from January 2018 - January 2019.

Stop in soon to enjoy the exhibit, bring your favorite artists.  Visitors are encouraged to leave comments or sketches in the album at the circulation desk.  They will be returned with the exhibit to the foundation.

Take Peace.

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Grateful to our generous community, for heat & power

Jane is processing donated books, DVDs & Audio CDs.

Kathleen is working on doggie stories, songs & craft with littles & their
caregivers.

Anthony came is this week for his 1st library card!

A community partner donated KCups to warm our cochles this season.

We had a table full of tweens crafting,

A newish ribbon candy puzzle waiting for you.

A season of simple gifts for making in adult & children's areas.

Safe & clear parking & pathways thanks to DPW and HomeLand.

Gift quality book donations for Friends ongoing sale ...

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Stay Warm & Safe

in the event of Hazardous Weather conditions, closings will be posted here @FrostFreeLibNH on Facebook as well as closing listings on local media.

Stock up before the storm!

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Book Donations Reminder

Although we do NOT have a cut off date this year for donations for the book sale,
Please be kind to our volunteers and donate "manageable" sized/weighted boxes.

NO, THANK YOU;
Any items with rodent, water, mold, mildew exposure or damage of any kind.

Textbooks, Reader's Digest Condensed, Journals & Magazines; including
National Geographic, Encyclopedia Sets, Puzzles, Cassette or VHS media or software.

RSA 202-A:4-d Acceptance of Personal Property Donated to Libraries:

Frost Free Library shall retain the right to accept or REFUSE any non-monetary gift offered to the library. This may include but is not limited to furnishings, artwork, computers, equipment, books, videos and audio books, plants, lighting and children's toys.

The Library shall accept only those items that will serve a useful purpose in the library.

The Library retains the right to dispose of any items it has accepted if those items no longer serve a useful purpose, if they become unusable because of damage or wear, or there is no longer space for those items to be used. The Library shall have no obligation to inform the donor of its intent to dispose of items.

A few pictures from Frost Free