SUMMER HOURS as of June 25: Mondays and Thursdays 10-8; Tuesdays and Wednesdays 10-6.

Friends’ Book Collection: Please, clean used books. Yellowed, musty or seriously outdated not helpful. Directions: Drop off behind Town Hall, 16 N. Stark Highway. Hours: Mondays 5-7 PM and Wednesdays 2-4 PM. If that doesn’t work call 529-6433.

Coming up–  A busy summer reading schedule for the whole family.

Ruff Readers concluded another year of eager reading. Thanks go to trainers Kathy Lorenz, Joy Pierce and Bethany Fulton and their wonderful dogs. We will resume in the fall. Call 529-2044 if your child would like to enroll.

Knit Night is June 15 at 7 PM. June 22 at 7 is a discussion of  “Tell the Wolves I’m Home” by Carol Rifka Brunt. Copies available at the desk. Join us!

We have passes for the McAuliffe Shepard Planetarium, Currier Art Museum (high heels are the exhibit), SEE Science Center , Squam Lake Science Center and the New England Aquarium!

Sign-ups are open for the Summer Reading Program in the Children’s Room. On the main floor, a full schedule of drop-in crafts  for teens begins June 19. There is also a raffle for all who return library materials. No fee to enter, just check out your items and return them on time for a ticket. Weekly drawings.

WeAre Knit Together recently created 37 hats, 6 pair of mittens and 5 scarves which were given to the school for distribution to children. This friendly group welcomes new and experienced knitters every third Wednesday at 7 PM. They will be in the Paige Room on January 20.



Summer at the Library

Summer Hours:

Mondays, Thursdays 10-8

Tuesdays, Wednesdays 10-6

Enter the raffle. Details at the main desk. Contact us at wearepl@comcast.net.

Coming for July-

The Children’s Room will be filled with superheroes during “Every Hero Has a Story” activities. Sign up for activities to engage all children from preschool to grade 6.

Again this summer there’ll be a raffle in July for any adult or teen who checks out and returns library materials. There will be a drawing each week, with the final drawing for a Kindle Fire, courtesy of the Friends.

Teens can also earn scratch tickets for prizes in The 100 reading program. Details are at the library. There’s a teen cartoon display during July, with the best cartoon based on a scene from a book awarded a prize on July 31, when Marek Bennet presents ” A History of Cartoons” (Town Hall,7 PM).


Library%20catApril- West of Kabul, East of New York by Tamim Ansay. The author lived in California at the time of 9/11. He examines his upbringing in Afghanistan in the light of the tragedy.

May- The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman- A childless couple at a lighthouse station discovers a baby at the shore.

June- Labor Day by Joyce Maynard- The author, formerly of Hillsborough, writes a tale of adolescence and surviving divorce.

July- The Paris Wife by Paula McLain. The story of Hadley, wife of writer Ernest Hemingway, and the ups and downs of life in Paris.

Copies of the books will be available for readers who wish to participate.

10 Paige Memorial Lane


APRIL 10, 2015

Sawyer Room at the Weare Public Library

7 P.M. ~  free admission

For all friends of live poultry, this talk is a way to learn best practice in keeping chickens, as well as get answers to your specific poultry-related questions. Come hear Dr. Michael Dutton, who is an avian expert.

Light refreshments will be served.

Our calendar page and What’s Current offer you details of many upcoming events. All are open to the public and free. Children’s programs are not held on days when school is cancelled due to bad weather.
 We have wi-fi and public Internet access computers.

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