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Drive-In Movie Night: Labyrinth

Friday, October 30 at 6:30pm Join us for a family friendly 80s throwback drive-in movie night! This event is free, but you must register in advance due to limited space.  Tonight’s movie is Labyrinth (1986) starring David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly. This movie is rated PG. Register only one slot for your car. Social distancing […]


Character Election 2020

Introduce your child to the election process in a gentle and friendly way by voting for Best Character 2020! An official ballot drop box will be available in our downstairs children’s browsing area on 10/27. Or you may vote “absentee” by clicking here: One vote per reader, please! Voting ends on 11/3. (Please participate […]


Countdown to Halloween

Get spooked with your Haverhill Public Library Card! Stream horror flicks with Hoopla or Kanopy, check out one of the horror books listed below, and attend a spooky event! Hoopla has you covered with TV Series! This month Kanopy is highlighting the macabre with their 31 Days of Horror. Included are titles in different genres, […]

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LGBTQ+ History Month!

October is LGBTQ+ History Month! This monthly celebration began in 1994 when high school teacher Rodney Wilson began efforts to create a month focused on gay and lesbian history.  A Joseph Davis of Haverhill was the subject of an early colonial documented case of gender nonconformity. In 1652, Davis received a fine for “putting on […]