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What's Happening

Enjoy cut flowers from your garden all season long.

On Thursday, May 10 at 7:00pm, learn how to create your own cutting garden for fragrant and fresh bouquets all summer long. Sign up online. Erin Doolittle is a gardener at Tower...

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Author Jessica Keener will visit the library.

On Wednesday, May 2 at 7:00pm, Jessica Keener will discuss her latest novel, Strangers in Budapest, about a young American couple who move to Budapest after the fall of the Communist regime and become enmeshed in a dark and deadly conflict involving an elderly WWII...

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Genealogy Lock-In

After Hours Roots Research!

Memorial Hall Library's Annual Genealogy Lock-In will be held on Friday April 27th from 4:45 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.
Registration required; $10 per person. Fee Includes dinner. Cash or check...

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How do we talk to each other in the midst of adversity? What's between the words?

How many times have you had to edit, defend, or withdraw yourself from conversations as you expressed who you are? Regardless of your race, gender, religious, political or economic status, we’re all inhaling racial and cultural smog. On Monday, April 23 at 6:30pm, you're invited...

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Our seed library lecture series will have you dreaming green.

It's time to brush off the tools and get ready to head into the garden. The Andover Seed Library is open and stocked with vegetable, herb and flower seeds. Check out The Green Thumb for all kinds of information about gardening, landscaping and fun...

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The life and legend of the Afghan warrior who helped topple the Taliban regime.

On Wednesday, April 18 at 7:00pm, author and professor of Islamic history, Brian Glyn Williams, will discuss his latest book, The Last Warlord: The Life and Legend of Dostum....

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Teen Programs over April Vacation

It's April Vacation next week! The library will be closed on Monday, April 16 but open the rest of the week. Come to the Teen Room to relax, read, play games, make a button on our button maker, or color in a huge coloring sheet. If you're looking for more structured activities, check out these...

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Explore World War One with three upcoming events.

On Wednesday, April 4 at 6:00pm, the library is hosting a screening of the original version of All Quiet on the Western Front in Memorial Hall. Former educator, Kathleen Dolan will introduce the film, and on Sunday, April 8 at 2:00pm, she will...

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Did you miss author Richard Rubin?

The author and historian covered a lot of ground, both in France and in his informative talk here on Sunday, March 18. You can watch it here.

Come out and meet six local authors tonight, March 14 at 7:00pm.

We've invited an eclectic group of local authors to talk about their work, followed by an opportunity to answer questions, mingle with the audience and sign and sell their books. Meet and hear from  Christopher Klein, who specializes...

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