Friends of the Library - Book Donations
Drop off your books and donations on Saturday, March 7th, 2015 from 10:00 - Noon at the Town Hall building across from the library.
Donate your gently used, newer books, dvds and cds and books on cd from 10:00 - 12:00 at the old Town Hall across from the library. Sorry, we cannot accept encyclopedias, textbooks, magazines, vhs videos or damaged/moldy items; if in poor condition, donate them to Got Books whose bin is behind the Safety Complex. Ask yourself, would you want to buy this at the book sale?
Thank you for helping support the library.
March 12 Delayed Opening
The Library will open at NOON
The Library will open at noon. Staff are receiving important professional development training in the morning!
G.A.R. BOOK GROUPS
Adult Book Group - Next meeting is Monday, March 9th at 6:30 as our February meeting was canceled due to weather. We will be discussing Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter.
Visit the Book Club Page for all the details.
Real Read Readers Book Club
Thursday March 19, 2015
10:30 AM until 11:30 AM
Hosted by Susan Babb, Library Director
A book discussion group for the nonfiction reader! Bring your current favorite read and we'll see if we can select one for the May session!
Our TEEN book group is hosted by our Young Adult Librarian, Ginny Dalrymple. Open to young adults ages 13-22.
Next meeting is Tuesday, April 7th, 6:30. Come ready to talk about what you are reading, what you would like to read, and all things teen fiction. There will be food and games! Click here for more info.
Spotlight on America's Historical Newspapers!
a web resource accessible in the library and from home!
We have a two week trial on America's Historical Newspapers!
Searchable American newspapers enable users to explore America's past.
Available: Early American Newspapers, Series 1, 1690-1876; Series 2, 1758-1900 and Series 3, 1829-1922.
Try it out and let us know if you would like us to purchase it!
New Downloadable Audiobooks and eBooks
New items on Overdrive
It's Tax Time!
Some helpful information
Traditionally, the IRS has sent libraries all the necessary forms at tax time. This year because of budget cuts they will be sending less forms. We will receive a supply of 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ forms, but no schedules and no instruction booklets! We have made copies of Schedules A, B & D and they can be printed from their website. Click here to view an informational sheet we have prepared to help you obtain all the forms you need.
Museum Pass Reservation and Program Registration are online!
We have a NEW PASS (on a trial basis thru March) located in North Andover. The Maker Mill is a community makerspace and STEM enrichment center for kids, teens and parents. Try it out and let us know what you think! Pass admits 2 adults and 2 children at 1/2 off the regular drop-in rate. Check their website themakermill.com for more information and visit our Museum Pass page to reserve a pass
Please visit our Museum Pass Reservation Page! to reserve passes or Calendar of Events for program registration. You will need your library card to make the reservation.
For program registration, scroll down to the day of the event and click register. When signing up for Story Times scroll down to the first day of the session.
If you are unable to use a pass you have reserved or attend a program, please contact the library as soon as possible so it can be made available other patrons! 978-363-1105
NEW! - Films to help you learn your language.
Also, 64 languages to try. Just added CHEROKEE!.
NEW! TumbleBooks for Kids
eBooks for Kids, read along and read to me, games and puzzles. See our Children's Pages, Things to Do
Mango's Little Pim
Language learning for the littlest ones
Try Little Pim! 10 Languages for kids ages 0 - 6 to learn. Click here for Little Pim
We welcome your suggestions and comments on programs and activities you'd like to see here at the library. Stop in and see us or email Susan Babb, Library Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org