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What can you do with a baby-o?

Come to our Baby Brunch!  Parents of children age 1 and younger can drop in any time between 11am and noon on Saturday October 20th for a visit with Ms Beth to find out about library services for families with babies, to meet other parents, have light refreshments and take a chance on a handmade... Read more

College Readiness Programs 2018

College Readiness Programs Fall 2018

Getting ready for college can be a stressful time! Here at MHL we have a series of programs to help. All of our programs are free of charge.

Practice SAT Exam administered by the Princeton Review
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Civil War

Explore the Civil War Era with Don Robb

Local historian, Don Robb will explore many facets of what led to and followed the Civil War. The six week series began on Thursday, September 27 and will run every Thursday until November 1st, from 1:30-3:00pm. Sessions will meet in Memorial Hall, except for October 11, which meets in Alcove 2... Read more

Musical mornings

Friday fun for little ones!

Musical Mornings with Peter Sheridan on Fridays, October 19; November 16; December 21 at 10am in Memorial Hall.
Once a month children’s musician, Peter Sheridan, will visit MHL.  Peter has performed at libraries, daycare centers and schools for over twenty years. His show... Read more

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October is Dyslexia Awareness Month

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month. In honor of that, check out these children's and young adult books featuring main characters who have dyslexia. For more information, check out the International Dyslexia... Read more

WWI records and other genealogy news

Thanks very much to Horace Waters for leading a great talk about WWI Records at the Andover Center for History and Culture. And thanks to everyone who turned out for our "field trip" downtown. ​

If you weren't able to make it to the WWI meeting last Thursday,... Read more

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New Horror Fiction at MHL

As the weather gets colder and Halloween approaches, it's a great time to pick up some scary titles to read. Horror is great fun all year round but if you're like me the days getting colder and shorter is a great excuse to curl up with a hot cup of tea and something spine-chilling. Here are some... Read more

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Banned Books Week 2018

Every year in the last week of September, the American Library Association and others celebrate Banned Books Week. The name can be confusing because libraries as institutions are focused on providing access to information and the... Read more

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