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Learn what you can do about climate change.

Memorial Hall Library and Working to Educate for Climate Action Now (WECAN) are collaborating on a series to educate and inspire both individual and collective action to address the issues around the changing climate.

Wednesday, March 6 at 7:00pm - Climate Change and How We... Read more

Immigration series

Get educated about our immigrant neighbors.

Memorial Hall Library will host a four part series on immigration in collaboration with Courageous Conversations, Showing Up for Racial Justice, and the Social Justice Coalition. The series will focus on the hardships of the immigrant journey to the United States, the history of... Read more

Weave workshop

Whimsical Weaving Workshop

Kids ages 8 and up with an adult can register and learn how to weave fun creations out of recycled materials.  This program, presented by Green Art Workshop and sponsored by The Friends of Memorial Hall Library is Saturday, February 9 from 1:30-3:30.  Space and materials are limited so sign up... Read more

Jr Green Gatherings

Once a month the Andover Garden Club's Erin Taylor, in collaboration with The Children's Room hosts a nature program for children ages 4-8.  This month's program is called "Things we love" and will take place Saturday, February 9, at 10am in The Children's Room.  Come hear a story and do... Read more

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Black History Month Books for Children

This last series of Black History Month posts highlights books for children, including picture books and middle grade titles. Take a look at our earlier lists for teens and ... Read more

You can now check out our board games!

That's right! Our collection of board games is now available to check out! In recent years, board gaming or "tabletop gaming" has been having somewhat of a renaissance. While classics like... Read more

Tracing Love & Marriage in Your Family Tree

Marriage Records for Genealogy

The February 14th meeting of the Discover Your Past Genealogy Club focused on researching marriages.  What follows is an excerpt from the talk.  
For genealogists, marriage records are often the most important building blocks... Read more

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Black History Month Books for Teens

Last week we highlighted some adult books about Black History Month and by Black authors. This week, we're focusing on Teen titles. Like the adult list, this features both fiction and nonfiction with most titles released this year.... Read more

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