Public computers, printers and scanners will be offline Sunday, June 23rd beginning at 3pm and all day Monday, June 24th.

Memorial Hall Library

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Children's Room

Need Early Literacy?

Our Summer session of Preschool Story Time for children birth-5, begins Wednesday, June 26th and runs through Saturday, August 17th.  All programs are first come first served and tokens, one per child and one per adult, must be...

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Preschool Music

Musical Mornings

Peter Sheridan will perform the third Friday of each month at 10am in Memorial Hall to share his lovely musical show with us featuring familiar songs, puppets, books and other props.  Wear your dancing shoes for a fun Friday Musical Morning.  The next program is Friday June 21st!  No...

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Yoga fun for little and bigger ones!

Through a collaboration with Stand Tall Family Yoga the Friends of Memorial Hall Library sponsor Family Yoga for families with children ages 2 & up.  Join us Thursdays, June 20; June 27; July 11 and/or July 18 at 4pm.  Children 5 and under need to be accompanied by an adult.  Older children...

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Jr Green Gatherings

Once a month the Andover Garden Club's Erin Taylor, in collaboration with The Children's Room, Friends of Memorial Hall Library and SHED Children's Campus, hosts a nature program for children ages 4-8. Summer Gatherings will be at the SHED Children's Campus community garden on June 22nd at 9am;...

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Walking the Way

Walking The Way Today: A Pilgrimage along El Camino de Santiago

On Monday, June 10 at 7pm, join Kristine Malpica and Meg Rayne on a visual and musical odyssey along El Camino de Santiago, known as The Way, a 500...

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doug goudie

Memorial Hall Library welcomes Boston talk radio host and author Doug 'V.B.' Goudie.

On Wednesday, June 5 at 7pm, Doug 'V.B.' Goudie will talk about his new book, A Frost in Hell: The True Story of the Petersham Butcher of 1875. On July 4th, 1875, while most people were planning celebrations, one man had another idea - murder. And this was no ordinary...

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Gifts of the Crow with Professor John Marzluff

On Monday, June 3rd at 1:00pm, Professor John Marzluff will shine a light on the fascinating characteristics and behaviors of crows. They are mischievous, playful, social and passionate....

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Andover's 14th Death Cafe is Wednesday, May 15th.

Hosted by Andover resident, Richard Davis, a Death Cafe seeks to provide an unscripted, non-judgmental platform for adults who wish to explore the many facets of an often taboo subject. It's not intended to be a support group or venue for bereavement, but everyone is welcome. Socializing and...

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What is the Spring bird migration?

Everyone knows that birds arrive, but what about the ones that pass through? On Thursday, May 16 at 7pm, David Moon, Sanctuary Director for Mass Audubon's Joppa Flats Education Center in Newburyport will talk about the birds that migrate throught the North Shore. Massachusetts...

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Triage & Transition: Why & How to Electrify Building Heating

On Thursday, May 9th at 7pm, Boston University Professor, Dr. Nathan Phillips, will discuss the why and how of moving from gas to electricity for climate mitigation, adaptation, cleaner air and safer communities. Professor Phillips studied at California State University,...

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