Musical Mornings with Peter Sheridan on Friday, August 17th at 10am in Memorial Hall.
Once a month through May, children’s musician, Peter Sheridan, will visit MHL. Peter has performed at libraries, daycare centers and schools for over twenty years. His show includes... Read more
Hey Summer Readers! We're almost up to Miss Kim's knee...but more importantly, we are trying to beat last year's record of 8,338 hours read. The due date is fast approaching. The last day to turn in your Summer Reading logs is Saturday, August 18th. We'll see you soon at the library. Happy... Read more
On Thursday, August 16th at 10:00am, Superintendent and Horticulturalist, Kevin Block, will lead a two-hour tour of the gardens and house at The Stevens-Coolidge Place at 137 Andover Street in North Andover. Space is limited.... Read more
Every year, the Young Adult Library Services Association asks teens to choose the top ten YA books of the year. Voting is now open for this year's Teens' Top Ten. Teens can click here to vote for their top 3 choices... Read more
Girls Who Code is a nationwide nonprofit organization that aims to close the gender gap in computing. MHL partners with Girls Who Code to offer a coding class for girls & nonbinary teens in grades 6-12. If you or your teen are interested... Read more
Happy birthday, Harry Potter! The famous fictional wizard's birthday is July 31st. To celebrate, here are some books for readers of all ages to check out, after they've finished reading (and maybe re-reading) J.K. Rowling's modern-day classic fantasy series.
This free program encourages you to read 1000 books with your child before he or she enters Kindergarten – a goal experts say children need to help them learn to read for themselves. One of the best ways to encourage learning is to share books every day. Reading... Read more