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New Boston, NH 03070
(603) 487-3391


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MWF 10-5
Th 2:30-6:30


Available online 24/7 through the catalog, website, newsletter and Facebook

Staff is available through email
whipplefreelibrary@gmail.com

 
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Curbside Pickup and Returns!

Pickup: All items are now inside our main entrance during normal hours

Returns: Please place in the drop box at any time!

We empty the drop box at the end of each business day and then begin quarantining those materials for 3 calendar days.
Tax Forms

We have a limited number of 1040 and 1040-SR Tax Forms and instruction booklets now available at the library as well! Schedule an appointment, or stop by and ring the doorbell outside to pickup a form if you or someone you know needs one!
Just for Grownups!
(The newest books, exciting programs,
and other areas of interest for adults)
Who DUNNIT? Mystery Book Club

Weds. May 2nd 11am-12pm

Spider Woman's Daughter by Anne Hillerman


This event will take place via zoom. One copy of the book available currently, can begin a wait list as needed.
The access link goes out Monday 4/5, email Allison at adultserviceswfl@gmail.com if you'd like to make sure you're on the list!

 


Adult Book Discussion


Weds. May 19th at 7pm

A Good Neighborhood by Therese Ann Fowler


This event will take place via Zoom. Copies of this book are available!
Register for access here
Email Allison at adultserviceswfl@gmail.com if you'd like to make sure you're on the list! Please let her know whether you need a copy of the book or not as well!

 

Take and Make: BoHo Spring Wreath
Sign Up here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080E4FABA722A20-boho
Sign up to participate in our take and make craft.  There are a couple BoHo Spring wreath kits still available and they are first come first serve.  You will be notified by email when your kit is available for pick up in the library lobby. 
A glue gun & glue stick is needed for this project and not provided with the kit.  We will have a handful of glue guns available to loan out if needed. Just let us know.
Art Theft in the 20th and 21st Centuries
by Rachel Stevenson
Thursday, June 3rd at 6:00 pm via Zoom

 
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Join armchair art theft expert Rachel Stevenson as she discusses art thefts where paintings of women were stolen, the most notorious female art thief, why paintings are stolen multiple times, and if a piece of art can curse the thief if not returned to where it belongs.
Rachel Stevenson studied art history under Osi Rhys Osmond in Wales. She is obsessed with art theft and has read a great deal on the subject.
Registration for Zoom Program: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAvduqgrzsqGNbFZFoHAbehMzx5Tk48DLMx



New Feature: Seed Library!

We are hoping to start a seed library here at the Whipple Free Library!

  The is a special donation box just inside the lobby doors, so they don't get mixed into the books!  Please don't forget to label and date anything you donate.  Donations can be dropped off at the library lobby during business hours. "Heirloom" seeds preferred!

The idea is that you can "borrow" seeds by taking from the library and then return seeds harvested from what you grow.  To get started we will need some donations of harvested seeds and even some plain seed packets if anyone would like to donate them. 

We will just be collecting donations at the moment and once we have enough to organize we will set up our little system! Thanks in advance!
Are you an adult looking for some new books and movies?
Check the links below for the newest additions, including items added the last week of March!


March:    Fiction      Non-Fiction     DVDs
               April:       Fiction      Non-Fiction  
The Teen Nook!
(Programs, News, and the latest additions to our teen collection)
Teen Night In!
April 23rd from 6-8pm!

Join us on Zoom with other libraries and teens from around the state! We'll play games, share some laughs, and
have a great time just like we always do. Event activities will include: Interpretive Pizza, Ransom Note Poetry, and games! Goodie bags (needed for the event) will be available for pickup for those that register!
Register Here!

Teen Book Club
Weds. Apr. 14th 3:45-4:45pm

Red Rising by Pierce Brown

If you would like to join us in a fun discussion, email Mrs Ballou at childrenswfl@gmail.com and she will send you the access link for Zoom. Books are now available!

 
Need new teen books to read?

We've got all kinds of ways for you to try something new!

 
Book Bundles - Send an email to childrenswfl@gmail.com or whipplefreelibrary@gmail.com to request a set of 5 books at random or based on your favorite genres and topics!

Surprise Subscriptions - Click here to sign up for our monthly subscription package where you can get some books and some swag to keep as well! May will be the last Subscription Suprise month as we prepare for Summer Reading!

The New Books List! - March: YA Fiction  April: YA Fiction
Kids Corner!
(Everything you'd ever like to know about new books, storytimes, bookclubs, and more for your family)
Craft a Story Book Club!
Mon. Apr. 12th 3:30-4:30pm

The Adventures of Arnie the Doughnut: Invasion of the UFOnuts by Laurie Keller

This event will take place on zoom and will involve a take home craft. Please email childrenswfl@gmail.com to sign up and to get the access information!

Pageturners Book Club!
Mon. Apr. 19th 3:00-4:00pm

The Real McCoys by Matthew Swanson

This event will take place on zoom and will involve a take home craft. Please email childrenswfl@gmail.com to sign up and get the access information!

LEGO Challenges for April!
Anyone is welcome to participate in our weekly challenges!

Week 2 - Build a Rainbow!
Week 3 - Free Build!
Week 4 - Build a Rainbow Star!

Any LEGO Challenge creation photos can be sent to childrenswfl@gmail.com
We'd love to display them in our display case since we
can't put up your creations right now!

Don't Forget Storytimes!

Mondays at 1pm - Story Time with Mrs. Ballou on Facebook Live
Picture books, songs, and fun for all ages, but geared to ages 3-5

Mrs. Ballou Reads on Facebook Live, which took place every Wednesday at 1pm, will be taking a break until further notice so we can concentrate on planning this year's Summer Adventures

Fridays at 11am - Story Time with Mrs. Ballou on Facebook Live
Picture books, songs, and fun for all ages but geared to children ages birth to 3

Need new kids books to read?

We've got all kinds of ways for you to try something new!
 
Book Bundles - Send an email to childrenswfl@gmail.com or whipplefreelibrary@gmail.com to request a set of 5 books at random or based on your favorite genres and topics!

Surprise Subscriptions - Click here to sign up for our monthly subscription package where you can get some books and some swag to keep as well! May will be the last Subscription Suprise month as we prepare for Summer Adventures!

The New Books Lists! - ESY PIC: March    April

                                             Juv Fic:   March   
That Little Something Extra:
Comic of the Day
 

Important COVID-19 Information

Note: The website URLs seen in the above photo are not clickable, please see the links below if you would like easy access to this information!
 

New eBooks               New eAudios
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Email Ken at whipplefreelibrary@gmail.com if you have suggestions for what you'd like to see from our library newsletter going forward. Thanks for reading!
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