There will be another book brigade soon. Check this site for details. Thank you for your continued support.
Monday, February 8 at 5:30 pm
The public is invited to attend.
Love Your Library
Sunday, February 14 @ 2-4 pm
Join us for a viewing of Sarah Feinbloom’s “In Search of the Heart of Chocolate: A Documentary on Chocolate and the People Who Eat It” followed by a chocolate tasting event.
This event is free, but just for adults.
Upcoming Events for Children
Join us for weekly storytimes.
Wednesdays @ 10 am – Lapsitters (ages 0-3)
Thursdays @ 10 am – Preschoolers (ages 4 and up)
Take Your Child to the Library
Saturday, February 6
Stop by the library to find out about 1000 Books Before Kindergarten, a new literacy program
Saturday Makerspace events
February 13 & February 27
Stamp Set and a Recon Rover
Mystery in the Library
Thursday, February 18 @ 10-11:30 am
Inviting all boys and girls to help Nancy Clancy solve a mystery in the library. Stories, crafts, and snacks are part of the fun! Registration requested at email@example.com by February 12.
This event is co-sponsored by DFL and “Our Town” Activities.
Have you bought a drone for someone for Christmas?
The regulations have changed. Check this out: http://americanlibrariesmagazine.org/blogs/the-scoop/libraries-new-faa-drone-rules/
Celebrating the Past While Building the Future
Stop by to purchase a set of notecards or matte print with a colorful illustration of your favorite library. Beautifully designed by local artist, Sue Anne Bottomley, these cards are available for purchase at the library during regular library hours. Choose from a package of 5 (3×5″) cards for $6 or purchase an individual (5×7″) card for $3.50. A matte print (8.5×11″), suitable for framing, is available for order at $45. All proceeds benefit the Friends of the Dunbar Free Library.
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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.