Sunday, September 23, 2012

Partner: Moultonborough Public Library

The town of Moultonborough first had a public library in 1897. The building that houses the current Moultonborough Public Library was constructed in 1929. As our population and use has grown, so has the library. It has been added on to three times. The last addition, in 2006, tripled the size of the library. In 2008, the library won the "Library of the Year" Award from the NH Library Trustees Association.   The library is in the heart of the beautiful Lakes Region. Our population soars in the summer months, as does our circulation. We have 14 high speed internet access computers for patrons to use, along with 24/7 wireless access.  Thanks to our very active Friends of the Library group we have free passes to several area museums and attractions. We have a wide variety of programs for all ages throughout the year, from magicians to cupcake decorating to Civil War history. We also have programs sponsored by the NH Humanites Council. Our friendly staff is very dedicated to the library and to our wonderful community.  The library is partnering with Toastmasters on this year's Big Read.

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