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Summer Concert Series

Haverhill Public Library is proud to present three upcoming concerts! Grab your friends and family and come enjoy live music outdoors. Winter and Woo! Thursday, August 12 at 6:30 pm Anything that needs saying can be said from The Great American Songbook and a pair of musicians to bring those tunes alive. This concert is […]

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Teen Tie-Dye!

Tuesday, August 10 at 11am Teens ages 13-18 are welcome to join us on the library lawn to create a one of a kind tie-dye t-shirt! Must bring your own white cotton shirt. Registration is required – click the button above! Questions? Email our teen librarian, Rachel, at rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

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“Our Italian Summer” by Jennifer Probst

Our Italian Summer tells the story of three generations of Ferrari women- Allegra, Francesca (Allegra’s mother), and Sophia (Francesca’s mother). While Sophia has a close bond with her granddaughter, Francesca’s focus on her company’s success has caused a rift between her and her daughter. Each woman feels unappreciated and misunderstood. Realizing that Francesca and Allegra’s […]

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“The hummingbirds’ gift” by Sy Montgomery

Sy Montgomery, author of “The Soul of the Octopus”, wrote another little gem with the story of the miraculous recovery of two abandoned baby hummingbirds. When Brenda Sherburn, a volunteer hummingbird rehabilitator in California, received two orphaned birds, they were not much larger than bumblebees. Montgomery flew to California to help and document the process. […]

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Teen Comics Workshop with Marek Bennett

August 2nd at 2pm on Zoom Join NH cartoonist Marek Bennett’s COMICS WORKSHOP on a quest to create wild new comics that ONLY YOU can draw… Using blank paper, pencils, ink, and four basic “storytelling elements,” we’ll design original animal cartoon characters with their own personalities, powers, & points of view — Then we’ll learn […]

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Evanston’s Living History – Virtual

Tuesday, August 3 at 6:30 pm Craig Dudnick’s Evanston’s Living History presentation begins with Mr. Anthony Crawford, born into slavery in January, 1865 in Abbeville, South Carolina.  Through emancipation and the promise of Reconstruction, the Crawford family prospered, acquiring property in Abbeville that Anthony inherited and developed into 400 acres of prime cotton land. A deadlocked […]

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Graphic Novels in Libraries Month

Starting in 2019, every July the American Library Association and Booklist magazine celebrate graphic novels in libraries! Graphic novels are a very popular format and can be found in almost any genre. We have LOTS of graphic novels for all ages here at the library, and your librarians love to read them too! Check out […]

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HPL Armchair Travelers : ENGLAND

HPL Armchair Travelers is going to England. Take a look at all the electronic resources we have on that country, such as ebooks, audiobooks, music, movies, and more. Don’t hesitate to explore on your own! Click on the following link to see a list of e-resources on England!

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Project Hail Mary

Project Hail Mary, Andy Weir’s (The Martian) third book, starts with Ryland Grace waking up from a coma. He doesn’t know who he is or that he’s even in a space shuttle. He does know that he is utterly alone – his crewmates are dead in their beds. As his memories start to come back […]

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Horsin’ Around with Kaitlin

July 22nd at 3pm on Zoom Kaitlin Stacy (former HPL reference librarian!) from Rocking Horse Farms will introduce us to her horses and answer any questions you may have about horses, horseback riding, training, etc! This program is for ages 8-18 Registration is required to receive the Zoom link.