Archive for the ‘Weare Public Library’ Category


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Weare on Google+

If you are on Google+ and want to get the feed of all that’s happening in Weare, go to:


and follow Weare in the Wolrd. Also, this is another place where you can submit news, announcements, and more about our beloved little town!


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Summer Chess!

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The Weare Public Library now has free passes to the Millyard Museum, part of the Manchester Historic Association, located at 129 Amherst Street in Manchester. Passes admit up to 4 people. The library can only issue one pass for a given day, so please contact the library at 529-2044 to reserve the pass when you know which day you would like to use it. Families may want to pair the Millyard Museum and See Science Center Pass for a fun day in Manchester. The See Science Center offers two floors of hands-on science fun at 200 Bedford Street in Manchester. Please reserve this pass ahead of time as well.

All of the library’s passes are funded by the Friends of the Weare Public Library, which funds many of the library’s popular programs. Please consider joining the Friends and help the library offer enriching experiences for the community. Memberships start at $10 per year, and donations are always gratefully accepted. The Friends of the Weare Public Library is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and all donations are tax deductible. Membership forms are available at the library or on the library’s website under “Friends”.

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Weare in the World

The latest edition of Weare’s new town newspaper is available. Click the picture below for an electronic copy. Paper copies are available at the library and spots around town.

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Weare Community Calendar!


The library is now hosting a calendar for events happening in Weare.

If you want an event listed, email details and/or a link to wearepl@comcast.net.

You can also see events on the Weare, NH Facebook page. Like the page to see local happenings right in your newsfeed.


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