Based on the true story of Jim White, a now retired track coach in a poor agricultural town in California's San Joaquin Valley, McFarland USA is an inspiring look at the possibilities when belief and hard work meet up. This film is great for families and will be shown on Monday, October...Read more
Calling all teens and adults who want a 'weird' history lesson. Every state has its ghost stories, but no other has the Dover Demon or the Salem Witch Trials. From sea-side ghosts, to UFOs over the Berkshires, Massachusetts has a rich history of paranormal legends, odd events, and strange...Read more
Here's your opportunity to learn more about the Planning Board, its role in the community, what it can and cannot do, and how it functions within the framework of state and local statutes, bylaws, and regulations. On Thursday, October 8 at 7pm, Andover Director of Planning, Paul Materazzo, and...Read more
Interested in researching your family tree but don't know how to begin? Sign up for Genealogy for Beginners on Friday, October 2 at 10am. You'll learn the basics of genealogical research including where to start, how to...Read more
If you haven't been to the Reference area lately, then you haven't seen the progress on the Roof Deck project. Well, actually, there isn't much progress yet. Just the removal of the old floor pavers and the old railing. Here's what it looks like now. Stay tuned!
Andover resident, Cheryl Murnane, has published two novels while running a business and raising two children. Cheryl will visit MHL on Tuesday, August 25 at 7pm in Friends Alcove 2, to discuss what inspired her to become a writer, and how she found the time. Her books will be available for...Read more
Andover's Mary McAlary, diagnosed with MS eleven years ago, teamed up with George Foreman III, son of the legendary boxer, to write The Fighting Spirit:The Art of Winning Your Fight. Read more.
Watch the hilarious 1975 classic that recounts how King Arthur and his knights embark on a low-budget search for the Grail, encountering many very silly obstacles. Read more.
We have a color laser printer near the reference desk that you can print to from public computers in the Reference Area and Teen Room. Printing from outside the library and from remote devices is also possible by visiting http://mhl.org/webprint. In addition...Read more