150th Anniversary Fundraiser

Join us on November 3rd for our 150th Anniversary Fundraiser. There will be trivia, a silent auction, food and drinks with all proceeds going to the Library! Click the link below for more information and to purchase tickets.

Info & Tickets

HPL is turning 150! 1873-2023

Celebrate this special occasion with limited edition merchandise! A portion of each item sold goes to the library and helps continue our mission.

Link to store

September is Library Card Sign Up Month!

Sign up for your library card at the Circulation Desk, or click the link below for an online application!

Library Card Application

Merrimack Valley Halloween Book Festival

Saturday, October 14

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Join a Beanstack Challenge!

It's not too late to join. There are Beanstack Challenges for all ages: kids, teens, and adults! Sign up and earn badges and be entered to win prizes!

Beanstack Challenges for All Ages

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“A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night” by Ana Lily Amirpour

The vampire in “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night” (2014) doesn’t seem to relish being a vampire. It seems she’d rather be listening to music, or eating hamburgers brought to her by cute boys. There are only three kills in the entire movie, two of them perpetrated against men mistreating women. In between these […]

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“The Wishing Game” by Meg Shaffer

As a lonely child, Lucy Hart tried to run away to Clock Island, the made-up world created by her favorite author Jack Masterson.  As a struggling grown-up, Lucy is facing the hard truth that everything doesn’t always work out in the end, and even working hard and wishing with all her might will not get […]

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“Slime: A Natural History” by Susanne Wedlich

Are you looking for a gooed popular science book? Slime: A Natural History by Susanne Wedlich, translated from German by Ayça Türkoğlu, oozes charm. The text touches on the biology of slime of all kinds, from organisms like slime molds to secretions like mucus, but doesn’t get mired in complex scientific details. The book also […]