UPDATE: We have run out of glasses.
If you did not get glasses, you can still enjoy the eclipse safely by making a pinhole projector out cardboard. The video below shows how you can make one using just a...Read more
On Wednesday, August 9th, join other adults for Memorial Hall Library's seventh evening of open, lively, and insightful discussion about death. A Death Cafe seeks to provide an unscripted, non-judgmental platform for those wishing to explore the many facets of this often taboo...Read more
On Wednesday, August 9 at 10:00am, we'll tour the student gardens on the SHED Children's Campus at 65 Phillips Street. Space is limited. Sign up...Read more
A Better Chance of Andover is celebrating its 50th anniversary and is sharing part of its very extensive exhibit with the library. Learn more about how ABC of Andover got its start. On view in the Lower Level lobby.
Interested in our Girls Who Code program? We are getting ready for our 2017-2018 session and will be hosting the following information sessions:
These information sessions are for girls entering grades 6 - 12 and their...Read more
Have you ever wanted to learn to play the ukulele? Here's your chance! On Monday July 31, professional musician Julie Stepanek will teach kids and teens some basic ukulele chords so they can play many popular songs. Julie provides her own ukuleles so there is no need to bring your own! We have...Read more
Do you love Harry Potter? Are to desperate to talk about all things Hogwarts, Wizarding World, and beyond?! Come to our Harry Potter Lock-in! This after hours event for teens entering grades 6 - 12 will feature Harry Potter crafts, snacks, and one of the movies. We will...Read more
If you're a teen who loves manga and anime, and who also loves to draw, this program is for you! Respected comics artists Andy Fish and Veronica Fish will be here Monday July, 17 at 2:00pm to teach you the basics of manga drawing as well as some history of the art form...Read more
This Monday, July 10 at 2pm, teens get the chance to come learn how to survive the zombie apocalypse! This is designed to be an extremely fun, engaging, workshop style program where everyone gets involved.
Topics include: Basic first aid and first aid kits, Emergency "Bug Out Bags", Lost...Read more
If you're looking to read and win prizes this summer, the Teen Summer Reading Club is for you! Along with the awesome programs we're having this summer - think zombie preparedness, manga drawing, ukulele lessons, a Harry Potter lock-in, and more - we're giving teens in grades 6 - 12 the...Read more