HEALTH CARE WORKSHOP
Tuesday, March 18 from 6 to 7:45pm at
Chesley Memorial Library
Are you uninsured? Do you have questions about how to enroll in a plan through the Affordable Care Act? Let us help!
No registration is needed - just come with your questions.
For more information call Lorraine at 560-8814 or email or write to email@example.com
Yes, we are a free WiFi spot.
The public WiFi is always on for your convenience.
Lego Clubs Tuesday's and Thursday's from 2:30 - 4:30pm and the 4th Saturday of each month from 10:30am - 12:30pm!
We've got over a thousand Lego pieces to use. Come build towers, dragons, trucks, cars, airplanes,rockets - let your imagination run free. Have fun with us at the CML library.
Library Trustee Meeting
The Chesley Memorial Library Board of Trustees - March 25 at 10:15 a.m.
Will be held the 2nd Saturday of the month from 10:30 am - 12:30 pm. Come join in and have some fun.
March 8 - 10:30 am - 12:30
for ages 9 through 13
St. Patty's in the Teen Room
March 17 from 4 - 6pm
Junior Book Club
The Junior Book Club will meet at the Chesley Memorial Library on Wednesday, March 26, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. to discuss “Three Times Lucky” by Sheila Turange.
March 29th from 10:30 - 12:30 pm
As a child who always enjoyed the outdoors, growing up in New Hampshire's White Mountains suited Theresa LaBrecque just fine. She believes that is where her love of whimsy first took hold, among the ferns on the moss covered forest floors playing with tiny, baby toads. As an adult, life lead her to Cape Cod where she lived for many years with her cherished bull terrier, Panda. It was there, amidst the sand dunes and rich sea-faring history that she established herself as an artist and she became known as The Cape Cod Mermaid.
Do you believe in unicorns? If a unicorn lived on a farm, what would he do all day? Would he do the dishes; Help with gardening; fetch tools for a carpenter; come in for popcorn? Come join us and find out...
Her latest story, Atlas - Northwood's Unicorn is about a little white horse who lives on a mountain top in Northwood, NH. Atlas's mother told him he was a unicorn,the lady that smelled like peppermint said he was her unicorn, the neighbor who brought him apple cores saw the unicorn. Will you?
Youth Book Reviews
This site was recommended by one of our young readers, take a look - sofas and sectionals adventures in reading
BOOK RETURN POLICY
Our book return is emptied prior to opening daily. Items put in during open hours or after closing will be checked in the next business day.
Friends of the Northwood Libraries
Would you like to join the Friends of the Northwood Libraries? By joining, you are showing the community that you feel the library is an important institution in the Northwood community. You can help support the libraries by participating in fundraising activities and volunteering your services. The Friends support, improve, and promote the Chesley Memorial Library.
Friends of the Library Meeting
March 12 at 6:45pm.