Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Goals for 2008

1. Log our collection into NHU-Pac of the New Hampshire State Library to facilitate ILL (Interlibrary Loan).
2. Increase library hours open for patrons by adding Thursday 4-7P.M. to our schedule. (Combined open hours will be 15 hours a week, a 20% increase in our open time.)
3. Work on Fire Safety Code issues within our facility.

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Russian Stacking Dolls Workshop

Havehill Library Association will be hosting a Russian Doll Painting Workshop in conjunction with North Haverhill Library, Pike Library, Woodsville Library. Come join us and paint your own stacking doll. Hear Russian music; learn of Russian traditions presented by Marina Forbes, artist and performer. An excellant program!

Congregational Church Vestry
Haverhill Corner
Saturday, November 17th, 2-5

Monday, October 15, 2007

Librarian's Tea

Area-wide librarians held their annual Librarian's Tea at Haverhill Library Association at the Corner. Pike, Woodsville, Piermont, and North Haverhill's Patten Library joined us for tea, scones, and communication. Fun and delicious!

Thank you, Jean and Miles of Jalco Farm

Storytime at the Conklin Farm

Culminating activity showcasing the 2007 Summer Reading Program, the Libri Foundation Grant and the CLiF Grant. Twenty-five children and adults walked to the Conklin's Jalco Farm. Miles read to the children who sat around on bails of hay. The children toured the barn and were up close with a calf. Ice cream and goodies were served. A Grand Adventure for all!

Tuesday, October 9, 2007


Training for Interlibrary Loans and NHU-PAC offered by David Harris of the New Hampshire State Library. This is a wonderful opportunity for area-wide library staffs and Trustees.
[Wednesday, October 10th, 9-4, at Haverhill Town Hall]

Monday, October 8, 2007


*Joie-de-vivre! We were awarded a grant for 40 new children's books from The Libri Foundation! This exciting award has added new books to our children's collection. The infusion of new and classic literature is invaluable for our small library. A special thanks goes to Barbara McKillip and the Libri Foundation for offering libraries this opportunity.

Here you see one of the books being share with our pre-school readers. We were all enjoying the fall weather, reading under the trees on our front lawn.

*Joie-de-vivre! Joy of life. This is what one young mom said when she heard about the new books.

Booksale & RSVP Gala : Fantastic Fundraisers

Lots of books found new homes.

Congratulations to our own Nanci Myers who won three baskets at the RSVP Basket Gala. Thanks go to the whole communtiy for coming out to support a great service group, RSVP, seniors helping seniors. Thank you, Keith Darby, for all your hard work on this fine project.