The Harpoon Beer Dinner at Bistro Nouveau was outstanding!
Thank you to our sponsors, Bistro Nouveau and Harpoon Brewey. And, thanks to all who attended. The dinner raised over $600 for the DFL Expansion Fund.
Love Your Library!
Saturday, February 7
meet the DFL Trustees
Stop by during library hours from February 1-February 14
and fill out a heart to let us know how much you love your library.
Upcoming events for children @ your library
Lapsitters & Toddlers (ages 0-3) — Wednesdays @ 10 am
Preschoolers (ages 4 and up) — Thursdays @ 10 am
Last Saturday of the Month Storytime
@ 10 am, for all ages
January 31 — mittens, hats, and other winter wear
February 28 — trains, trains, trains!
Take Your Child to the Library Day
Saturday, February 7 @ 10 am to noon
Sign up for a library card, take a tour of the library, and create a spectacular LED Valentine’s Day card to light up the life of someone you love!
LEGOs in the Library
Wednesday, February 18 @ 6-7:30 pm
Become a Master Builder! Come and see what you can build.
No fee, but registration requested. Call 863-2172 to sign up. Snacks provided.
All Aboard! Thomas the Train and Friends play time
Saturday, February 28 @ 10 am for all ages
Calling all train enthusiasts! Join us for stories, crafts, and trains, trains, trains!
“To ask why we need libraries at all, when there is so much information
available elsewhere, is about as sensible as asking if roadmaps are necessary
now that there are so very many roads.” — Jon Bing
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If you want to request something you DON’T find in our catalog, try searching the NH Union Public Access Catalog or NHU-PAC (quicklink to the left of here). You can check to see if what you want is available anywhere in other New Hampshire libraries. Note that it WILL tell you about UNH, but it WON’T tell you what Dartmouth has. If you can’t find it, send us an e-mail with the title, author if available, format (book, DVD, CD), publishing date if you know it. If you have the time, tell us how you heard about it. We’ll call you when it’s in or to tell you that we can’t get it for you, usually the former.