Weeks Memorial Library
Monday, Wednesday 1:00-4:30pm & 7-9pm
Tuesday, Thursday 9:00am - 4:30pm
Saturday 10:00am - Noon
We're at 128 Main Street, between the Post Office & the park.
Email us at:
Barbara Robarts, Library Director
Ronnie Buckman, Youth Services Librarian
ONLINE CATALOG: https://weekslib.nhais.bywatersolutions.com/
Please note: The library will be closed Wednesday evening, November 24 and Thursday November 25, in observance of Thanksgiving Day. We will be open our regular hours on Friday and Saturday.
Library COVID Response:
The library has resumed its regular hours: MW 1-4:30 & 7-9pm; TTh 9-4:30; Fri 1-4:30pm Saturday 10am-12pm
Information about COVID-19 in NH
Information about COVID-19 from the CDC
People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness.
Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:
More than a beautiful repository of over 62,000 books, magazines and videos, Weeks Memorial Library is where youth, teens, and adults gather for educational and sharing opportunities as well as just plain fun. We're a place where your library card allows you to borrow not just books, but magazines, DVDs, audio books, videotapes, and e-books (using your favorite e-reader).
You're welcome to use our computers and printers, and access the Internet using our WiFi connection.
And, if you're looking to add some branches and leaves to your family tree, we have extensive genealogy records.
No matter what else changes, Weeks Memorial Library is a place where people gather.
Keep current with what's happening at the library by:
- Checking the calendar regularly or
- Liking the Weeks Memorial Library on Facebook
GINGERBREAD HOUSE CONTEST
The Friends of the Weeks Memorial Library will be sponsoring their annual Gingerbread House Baking Contest as usual this year. Creations must be in the library by 4:30pm on Wednesday, December 1, 2021. There will be 5 categories:
Children in grades 1-4
Children in grades 5-8
High School grades 9-12
Family (which can include the youngest children)
As usual there will be cash prizes. Houses made from kits are not accepted for judging, and most of the creations must be edible. Anyone with questions is welcome to call the library 603-788-3352 or email at email@example.com.