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Learn salsa dancing at the library.

On Tuesday, November 28 at 7:00pm, Emil and Ruta Ioukhnikov, owners of Dance Fever Studios, will lead a salsa dancing workshop. Professional dancers will demonstrate the steps and then teach you how. You don't need a...

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Community adventure trip information session

Community Adventure Trip Information Session

This new free, field trip program is a collaboration between Memorial Hall Library and Andover Community Support Services to help teens interact with their community and build positive  relationships between students and role models.

Come to our Information Session led by Sobhan Namvar on...

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Meet Your Transgender Neighbors Now Online.

The panel discussion is now ...

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Looking for a preschool?

The Mother Connection and Memorial Hall Library are collaborating to bring the 20th Annual Preschool Fair on Thursday, November 9 from 5:30 to 7:30pm in Memorial Hall. Parents can meet and talk with representatives from over 20 preschools and pick up a free TMC Preschool booklet...

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Author Marta McDowell program is cancelled.

Tonight's author talk is cancelled, due to the storm. We regret any inconvenience.

This year's Nobel Prize winner in Literature: Kazuo Ishiguro

This year's Nobel Prize winner in Literature was announced early in the morning of October 5 with Kazuo Ishiguro getting the call. The British author is perhaps best known...

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Introducing Kanopy

Watch over 26,000 films for free on Kanopy! Just launched at MHL, you can now watch must-see classic films from The Criterion Collection, learn about every subject imaginable from The Great Courses and PBS, or indulge in festival indie or world cinema sourced from award-winning filmmakers...

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Bring history to life with our historical newspapers!

Did you know Memorial Hall Library has digitized select local newspapers dating from 1853 through 1967? These papers are available online in searchable PDFs making what was once only available on microfilm accessible from home. The Library has just completed the second phase of a multi-year...

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What is Banned Books Week Anyway?

It's Banned Books Week! For many of us librarians, this is a great week because we get to talk about one of our favorite topics: intellectual freedom. The right to seek and access materials and information for all points of view is an important part of...

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Teen room open house wednesday september 20

Teen Room Open House 9/20!

Are you new to the area or new to middle school? Or have you not spent a lot of time in Memorial Hall Library's Teen Room and want to know what it's all about? If you feel this way, our Teen Room Open House is for you!

We know that the transition from elementary school to middle school...

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