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
Find your required summer reading choices here and request them through the catalog. The Teen Room has multiple copies of all of these books.
The tick program on Tuesday, June 27 at 7pm in Memorial Hall is now available...Read more
Join our librarians for another night of Pub Trivia on Tuesday, June 20 at 7pm at Andolini's. Bring a team or join one there. $50 cash prize provided by the Friends of MHL.
On Monday, June 12 at 7pm, Hannah Traggis returns to show you the best ways to save seeds from your favorite crops. You might even want to donate some back to the Andover Seed Library. Lots of handouts and plenty of time for questions. Sign up...Read more
If you haven't already noticed we have a new catalog! Thank you for your patience during the transition the last few days. We're so excited to be able to offer this new system to our patrons. The new system comes with some great updates and new features.... Read more
Are you thinking that now is the time to begin eating healthier, but you don’t want to give up those desserts you really enjoy? Do food allergies or dietary restrictions prevent your family members from enjoying the sweets they crave? Would you like to know how to adapt your favorite baked...Read more
The roof deck on Level 1 is now home to a striking bronze and stainless steel portrait of the Shawsheen River, 'Shawsheen, Shawshin 1692-2017.' Created by artists, Gene and Susan Flores, the piece is based on a hand drawn map from 1692, which shows the river in its most undisturbed state, and...Read more
On Monday, June 5 at 10am, staff librarian, Theo Kontos, will teach you what to look for in a new computer, go over some of the parts of the computer, and touch briefly on upgrading/repairing the machine you have. He’ll discuss what ram does and how much you need, the difference...Read more