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Summer Learning Program 2021 (Kids Survey)

If you are the parent of a child 0-11, please fill out this survey about our Summer Learning Program on Beanstack and our library programs. Your participation helps us to continue offering quality programs every year. Thank you for your time! https://forms.gle/fqiM9VMGTSCKAH1K9

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Music Through the Decades

Thursday, September 23 at 6:30 pm The Norman Rockwell Museum commissioned David Polansky to develop “Music Through The Decades,” a fun filled hour in which the audience learns how the last hundred-plus years of American and world history have inspired so many of the songs we love. Using keyboard, trumpet, and vocals, David presents the […]

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Teen Zines

September 21 at 4pm Make a zine! What’s a zine? It’s a homemade pamphlet focusing on a topic of your choice! It can be focused on a fandom you love, educational, social justice related – whatever you want! This class is offered in person and virtually – if you would like to participate virtually you […]

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Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month is held each year from September 15 to October 15. Check out a selection of fiction, graphic novels, and non-fiction titles below (click on the images to request the title from our catalog)! We also have a collection of Spanish language materials for teens in the library as well. Fiction Graphic Novels […]

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“Fox & I: an uncommon friendship” by Catherine Raven

In an isolated mountain valley in Montana, Catherine Raven and a wild red fox meet, and gradually become friends.   Does it remind you of “The Little Prince” by Antoine Saint-Exupéry?  Raven must have thought the same because she spent some time reading that book to Fox, and makes some comparisons between her and Saint-Exupéry.  But […]

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Among Us

Wednesday, September 15 at 3:30 Play Among Us and find the impostor! We play virtually over Zoom, all you need is the game (free to download!) and a mic. All experience levels welcome. Open to those in grades 6-12. Registration is required. Among Us sessions typically meet one Wednesday a month!

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Tiempo de Cuentos (Storytime)

September 21 at 4pm Vamos a leer, cantar, y danzar en español y inglés en este programa de 30 minutos para niños de 3-5 años con sus familias. We will read, sing, and dance in this 30-minute program for kids 3-5 with their families.

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Virtual Sukkot Storytime with PJ Library

September 17 at 11am Rachel Lefebvre from PJ Library and the Lappin Foundation will be hosting an engaging Virtual Sukkot Storytime for ages 0-6. There will be singing by Cantor Idan Irelander of Temple Emmanuel in Andover. Sukkot is a Jewish holiday that this year begins on September 20th and lasts until September 27th. This is […]

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Find Your Next Great Read

Have you ever finished a great book and wanted to find more just like it? Or wanted to help your child find just the right book to read? With your Haverhill Public Library library card, you can access NoveList Plus, a helpful resource to help readers match up with the books that are right for […]

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Database Highlight: brainfuse HelpNow

It’s back to school time! No matter the grade (or even if you’re in school at all) we could all use some help studying, writing papers, and building skills. That’s where brainfuse HelpNow comes in! Use HelpNow for a variety of education purposes. The writing lab is great for helping with papers. Use the language […]