We have a new and improved outdoor book drop. It is located at our main entrance. No longer will you have to contend with dripping rain or snow and ice falling from the roof. Plus we bought it used at a huge savings. Enjoy!
From the Issue:February 2011
Making room for all your new stuff?? Think of the Library if you have board games looking for a new home. We can always use board games in good condition to add to our collection in our kids area.
Happy Birthday to our DVD collection!! It’s 7 years old and contains over 1,270 titles. It’s sure to have something you’ll like!
We are rearranging our book collection upstairs. This work in progress will eventually give us more room for our fiction section. Come play the fun game we’re calling – Find the Science Fiction section!
We are the proud owners of a new to us Wii (purchased with donations). Look for Wii Wednesdays and other programs in the coming months.
HAPPY 2011! May you remember to write it instead of 2010 before June.
From the Issue:January 2011
Food for Fines @ the Library from January 17-31. One less bill for you PLUS you’re helping out those in need via Helping Hands. 1 donated item = $1 Donate a food item and have a dollar taken off your fines. You can do this for up to $5 worth of fines. Only good for fines, not for lost or damaged items. Per the rules of the NH Food Bank, we are unable to accept open packages, homemade items, perishable foods, or items with expired dates.
Thank you so VERY much to everyone who picks up my outdoor sign when it gets blown over!!
We have some new magazines this year for a total of 30. Come in to see all the old favorites and look for Birds & Bloom, Cat Fancy, Discovery Girls, Food Network magazine & Hobby Farms this month or next.
Join the fantabulous Sheila Depew for holiday themed story times with a craft. Don’t Miss Them!! Thurs., Jan. 20: Snow Day!, Thurs., Feb. 10: Valentine’s Day, Thurs., Mar 17: St. Patrick’s Day. All story times at 4pm.
We’ve been using our new open source library catalog for a month and all is going pretty well. With our NEW catalog you are able to see what books we have, renew your items, put stuff on hold and get emailed notices for overdues and holds ALL from the comfort of your home! Look for the link on our website. If we don’t have your address, now would be a good time to share so you can get all these fabulous services.
From the Issue:December 2010
Join the fantabulous Sheila Depew for holiday themed story times with a craft. Don’t Miss Them!! Saturday., December. 11 @ 11 AM will feature a Christmas theme, Thursday, January 20: Snow Day!, Thursday, February. 10: Valentine’s Day, Thursday, March 17: St. Patrick’s Day. All story times at 4 PM unless otherwise noted.
We will be closed on Christmas and New Year’s Day, please plan ahead so you don’t run out of books to read and DVDs to watch!
We are going open source with Koha our NEW library catalog. You will be able to see what books we have, renew your items, put stuff on hold and get e-mailed notices for overdues and holds -- ALL from the comfort of your home! Look for the link on our website. We thank you for your patience as we figure out this new and improved system!
From the Issue:November 2010
Our Fall Book Sale was a huge success! Thank you to everyone who donated time, their books or bought stuff!! We’ll do it all again in the spring.
For the next 6 months join the fantabulous Sheila Depew for holiday themed story times with a craft. It’s Tuesday, November 16: Thanksgiving, Saturday, December 11: Christmas @ 11 AM, Thursday, January 20: Snow Day!, Thursday, February 10: Valentine’s Day, Thursday, March 17: St. Patrick’s Day. All story times at 4 PM unless otherwise noted.
Our Fall Book Sale is on Friday and Saturday, October 8th and 9th. Preview sale hours are Friday evening from 6-8 PM and admission is $3. Saturday hours are 9 AM - 2 PM with no admission charge. Donations are being accepted until October 6th. Books, recorded books, DVDs, and puzzles are appreciated. Items in good condition may be dropped off during open hours at the library building on 10 South Main Street (Route 12) in Troy. Please no reader’s digest condensed books, magazines or encyclopedias. For more information call us.
From the Issue:October 2010
Join us for Storytime with the fantabulous Sheila Depew every Wednesday from until October 13th at 4:15 PM. Our 20 - 30 minute program for ages 4 and up is full of stories and tons of fun. Children will need an adult present to attend.
It’s not too late to own your very own Library Bag! Now on sale at the Library for ONLY $1. This sturdy, plastic “Born to Read” bag makes an excellent gift!
The Summer Reading Program was excellent - plenty of adults and kids participated, and Norman the Magician was a huge hit. This year we didn’t win the Battle of the Libraries, but we were invited to Marlborough’s party which was a lot of fun. Stay tuned because we’re going to do something new and different next Summer!
From the Issue:September 2010
We had tons of people attend the Ice Cream Social. Thanks to the Walpole Creamery for the chocolate ice cream, the Minute Mart (Frank is one of the nicest people, ever!) for the ice and the cash donations from patrons that made the event possible. If you missed it, don’t worry we’ll do it again next year.
Join us for Storytime with the fantabulous Sheila Depew every Wednesday from September 8th to October 13th at 4:15 PM. Our 20 - 30 minute Storytime for ages 4 and up is full of stories and tons of fun. Children will need an adult present to attend.
The Summer Reading Program is Coming June 19th!! This year’s theme is “Make a Splash…Read!!”. Getting prizes for reading will be super easy. Sign-up, read an age appropriate book, get a prize (while supplies last). It’s THAT simple. Adults don’t worry, we’ve got a program for you too. Everyone gets a prize just for signing up! Author of Tillie Lays an Egg, Terry Golson, will read her book at the Library on June 29th at 10:30 AM. On Saturday, July 24th @ AM we’ll have The astonishing magician Norman Ng for a magic show far from the Norm! He will do his show at the school with plenty of room for everyone. And of course we will have another free Ice Cream Social for the entire town on Wednesday, August 11th @ 6pm.
From the Issue:June 2010
Our annual Spring Book Sale will be on Friday, May 28 and Saturday, May 29. Preview sale hours are Friday evening from 6 PM to 8 PM and admission is $3. Saturday hours are 9 AM to 2 PM with no admission charge. There will be books, puzzles, movies, music and audio books. Most hardcover books are priced at $1.50 and paperbacks .50 ea or 3/$1. The sale will be held at the library building on 10 South Main Street (Route 12) in Troy. Please plan to stop by and find bargains while supporting the library. Donations accepted until May 22.
From the Issue:May 2010
Baby chickens are coming to the Library (again)! We have an incubator filled with chicken eggs slowly developing until around May 5th when they'll hatch cute little chicks. Come in often to check their progress,
Join us for Storytime with the Amazing Sheila Depew every Wednesday from May 5th until June 9th at 4:15 PM. Our 30 Minute Storytime for ages 3 and up is full of stories, lots of fun and a great craft. Children will need an adult present to attend.