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Haverhill History Highlight on Deaf History Month

On April 1, 1871 Alexander Graham Bell was hired by principal Sarah Fuller to teach at the Boston School for the Deaf to show her teachers how to adapt Visible Speech for teaching the deaf to speak. Today it’s the Horace Mann School for the Deaf and is the oldest public day school for the […]

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“Plain Bad Heroines” by Emily Danforth

A novel about a movie production about a novel; Plain Bad Heroines is layered enough to pull the reader in and clever enough to make it a page turner. The book centers around the school of Brookhants, an all girl’s school on the coast of Rhode Island. A cluster of deaths surrounding the school haunts […]


It’s National Library Week!

It’s National Library Week! This year’s theme for the annual celebration, sponsored by the American Library Association, is “Welcome to Your Library.” According to ALA, this theme: promotes the idea that libraries extend far beyond the four walls of a building – and that everyone is welcome to use their services. During the pandemic libraries […]

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Mythical Creatures Drawing Workshop

April 21st at 3pm Learn to use basic shape construction and simple line techniques to create imaginative Mythical Creatures! No prior drawing experience needed in this follow-along program. Supplies needed are simple pencil, paper and eraser! This class is taught by artist Corinne Roberts. This class will be held on Zoom, registration required. Ages 11-18