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--Staff Picks Teens

Lost in the Never Woods

A dark retelling of Peter Pan, Lost in the Never Woods by Aiden Thomas follows 18 year old Wendy Darling who is suddenly reliving a trauma that happened five years ago. When she was 12, Wendy and her brothers John and Michael went missing. Wendy was found alone in the woods 6 months later, but […]


Rockabye Beats Parking Lot Jam

Friday June 11th @ 6 p.m. Join the Rockabye Beats Block Party! This 40-minute outdoor party or class features singing, dancing, playing instruments, show and tell, and a healthy dose of silliness! Each child will be given their own pre-sanitized set of instruments to have at each class and our performers will be wearing masks and […]

--Adult Events General

H is for Daylilies

Tuesday, May 11 at 6:30pm This presentation is about Hemerocallis, the daylily. How about adding a “double”, “spider”, or “eyed” daylily to your garden bed? This presentation provides information about different daylily forms, how to select daylilies for your garden, and how to care for and propagate these hardy perennial plants. Presented by Master Gardener […]

--Booklists Teens

AAPI Heritage Month

Check out these books to celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! Click on a cover below to request that title! Fiction Comics

--Staff Picks Kids

“There Must be More Than That!” by Shinsuke Yoshitake

A young girl becomes upset when her older brother tells her the future is doomed. Where did he get this idea? From a pessimistic grown-up, of course. Depressed about the inevitable plagues and wars that will doom our future, the young girl consults her grandma, who imparts an important truth: “Grown-ups act like they can […]

--Teen Events

Virtual Teen Crafternoon: Peace Birds

May 12th at 5pm Join instructor Mandy Roberge to make some adorable boho-esque peace birds! Perfect to hang in a window or decorate your bedroom! Some light sewing will be involved. This program will be held on Zoom. Registration required to receive Zoom link and craft kit.

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To You Tuesdays

Keep an eye out for our outreach van throughout Haverhill every Tuesday afternoon this spring and summer. If you see us, stop by and say hi! We have free giveaways, books to checkout, games, information about library services, and much more! Bookmark this page. As soon as we know where we are going, we will […]

--Staff Picks General

“Miss Sherlock” TV Series

This modern adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes detective stories features a female-led cast that’s packed with as much adventure as the original stories. Set in Tokyo, Japan, the story follows Sara “Sherlock” Futaba and Dr. Wato Tachibana’s chance meeting after the murder of Wato’s close friend and teacher. As their friendship and […]

--Adult Events General

How to Live a Happy, Purposeful Life

Tuesday, May 4 at 6:30pm What are the two most important days in your life? “The day you are born and the day you find out why,” Mark Twain famously wrote. The search for happiness is hardwired in our DNA. It transcends age, gender, geography, vocation, and personal circumstances. Learn ways to live a life […]

--Adult Events General

Strategic Plan Community Focus Groups

Join us as we work to build our strategic plan for the next five years. Anyone can take part in this focus group, answering questions, giving feedback, and letting us know what you love about the library–or would love to see us try. These events will be via zoom with a facilitator leading the discussion. […]