Pre-School Story Hour
Join the happy crew for
read-aloud stories, simple
crafts, & lots of glitter!!
Returns in the fall... 


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Bring your laptops
& handheld devices!

Mobile Pages
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3 Ways You Can
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for quality, innovative online
learning opportunities for
anyone who wants to
improve their technology,
literacy and math skills.

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for information about
online colleges in NH.

Attention genealogists!
(And aspiring genealogists...)
In addition to having a
trained genealogist on staff,
TFL now has access to
two databases for your
genealogy research needs:
Ancestry Library Edition
& Heritage Quest Online.
Click here for details,
and start working on
your family tree today!

Next Regular Trustees' Meeting
Thursday, September 10, 2015
8:30 a.m. Hamel Meeting Room

Open to the public - Please use Meeting Room entrance

For previous meeting minutes and statistics, click here.

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September Artist
Nancy Lane Piper

A retrospective exhibit of Nancy's work from 1959-2015 reveals how she has grown as an artist,
from her early "refrigerator art" to this year's
seasonal pastels of Mt. Shaw.


For more information about a scheduled book, just click on the title.
Alexander Hamilton, American

by Richard Brookhiser


Wednesday, September 2nd at 7pm
Hero of the Pacific
by James Brady

Wednesday, September 30th at 7pm
Meets in the Hamel Meeting Room (Use back entrance...)
All are welcome to participate. Copies of books available in advance.


Donating Books?
Thanks for thinking of TFL!
We accept donations of
Fiction:  All genres and formats for all ages
Non-fiction:  Especially General & Local History,
Biography, Gardening, Cookery, Wildlife, & Crafts

PLEASEno textbooks, computer manuals, encyclopedias, Reader’s
Digest condensed books, musty books, or books in bad shape.

BUT...You can recycle all of those in the BigHeartedBooks bin at Pier 19.

And remember to check all donated books for personal property before leaving them at the library!