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Thursday, September 19, 2019

Gardens must GO so we can GROW!

There are still a few slots for plants.  This Saturday, 11-12:30 pm,  Friends of Frost Free will be on deck for rehoming, digging & packaging plants that you have reserved.  Even if you didn't have a chance to reserve a plant, stop by to see what's available.  Donations will be earmarked for future post-renovation gardens.  It's also a 3rd Saturday, so if you have book donations Friends will be available for that also

Thanks for your support!

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Mark Your Calendars Please.

Library will be closed Thursday, September 26th for Staff Training for NH State Library new Inter Library Loan System. Stock up Wednesday, the 25th and we'll see you for regular hours on Friday the 27th of September from 10-5 pm.  Thank you for your understanding.

Thursday, September 5, 2019

Big Changes may be in store for this website

Thanks to our original founder's Great Grandson, Rufus Frost, V, we are in the application process to participate in 48in48.  This is an opportunity to be one of 48 nonprofits selected for a simple website design hack-a-thon by professionals.  They design 48 new sites for free in 48 hours!
Send good thoughts as I scramble to provide the information they'll use to improve our web face for you.

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Did You Know?

While we are glued to the weather report concerned about those in the path of the latest storm, Take a minute to think about how prepared YOU are for an emergency.

The Library has FEMA information about Flood Preparedness. FEMA has an app for emergency information tied to your location as well as resources for families and individuals to prepare emergency supplies and plans so you can be ready and informed in the case of an emergency.

For more information visit www.ready.gov or www.redcross.org

Stop into the library for a FREE Disaster Preparedness Activity Book to begin the conversation and Create a Family Communication Plan.

Ready is the BEST way to be.

NOTICE For Classic Overdrive Users!

Regarding downloading an audiobook for an MP3 player, you could accomplish this using OverDrive for Windows; however, please note that eventually we will be sunsetting Classic OverDrive and you will not be able to download audiobooks to your computer to transfer to an MP3 player. While there is not yet a firm timeline in place for this, I do believe it will be sooner rather than later. 
My suggestion would be to invest in devices that support the Libby app.

Don't hesitate to speak with a librarian if you have questions. 603 876 4479

Thursday, August 22, 2019

Things are changing

Stop in to visit PeeWee & Pickwick at the Circulation Desk. There's a Chrysalis, PeeWee, and a VERY HUNGRY caterpillar, Pickwick doing their thing on milkweed in our butterfly condo thanks to Kathleen Ash.  So many beings busy with end of summer preparations.

The garden is lovely and surviving the crazy weather. 

Watch for Renovation project updates from the 150 Committee in the upcoming Bulletin.  The library will need temporary home for operations (5-6 months, wifi, ~1500 SF, parking)and the 2020 concert series. Talk to Kristin or a trustee if you have GREAT ideas.

Pop in to be sure you have THE MOST IMPORTANT SCHOOL SUPPLY - Your Library Card!

There's a new puzzle in the works at the table and new books arriving for all departments.  If you don't see what you are looking for, I hope you speak to staff to let us know what we are missing.

More than 500 people attended the concert series this summer and enjoyed 6 concerts.  Three people showed up this week looking for another concert ;>

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

A few pictures from Frost Free