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Upcoming Take & Make Crafts

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The Southern NH Chamber of Commerce Yeti is on the loose at Kelly! Use the QR code to learn all about what he's up to!

If you'd like to make a suggestion for purchase, please stop in and fill out a form at the circulation desk!

Try Our Digital Services  - here

Available 24/7 with your library card

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Beginning 1/26/24 we will not have fax capability. We hope to offer this service again at some point in the future. Sorry for the inconvenience. 

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Kelley Library Book Group

Wednesday,

February 28th at 4 p.m.

the Book of Everlasting
Things

by Aanchal Malhotra

This book group is open to all.
Copies of the book a
re available
at the circulation desk
.

Program

All about the Great American Eclipse

Monday, February 26th @ 4 p.m.

Get ready for the incredible
celestial event of the Great
American Eclipse by joining
us in welcoming the New
Hampshire Astronomical
Society 
for a presentation!
Learn all about
an eclipse, how to view it, and other
things you can do to celebrate the
special event!

Bring the whole family!

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Program

March 19th at 4 pm.

Before Brooklyn: The Unsung Heroes Who

Helped Break Baseball’s Color Barrier

Book Discussion with author Ted Reinstein

Ted Reinstein will discuss his
latest book, Before Brooklyn:
The Unsung Heroes Who

Helped Break Baseball’s Color
Barrier. This book tells the
story of the little-known
heroes who fought segregation
in baseball, from communist
newspaper reporters to the
Pullman car porters who saw
o it that black newspapers
espousing integration in
professional sports reached the
homes of blacks throughout
the country.

Ted Reinstein has been a reporter for “Chronicle,” WCVB-TV/Boston’s

award-winning—and America’s longest-running, locally-produced—

nightly news magazine since 1997.

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We are pleased to offer remote and in-library printing via Princh. Payment can be made by debit card, credit card or cash. You can print from your own laptop, tablet or smart phone.

Tablet and phone printing require the Princh app, available for Apple and Android.

 

Our printer number is 104126.

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