Looking for something different? Tonight, Friday 4/3 at 6:30 PM, on Facebook, NH Humanties presents o “Jennie Powers: The Woman Who Dares”. Jennie Powers took a stand against social vices in New Hampshire and Vermont in the early twentieth century. She was one of the first humane society agents to become a deputy sheriff in New Hampshire. She was known for having arrested more men than any other woman in America. Watch here at 6:30 pm on Facebook or on the NHHC website.
Having trouble making the leap from print to digital? Or DVD to streaming? We can help! We posted short videos to help you get started with Overdrive, our downloadable book provider, and Hoopla, where you can get streaming video, audio books and eBooks on demand. Go to the top menu of this page and click download for Overdrive or streaming for Hoopla. The Overdrive page also has videos on using the Libby and Overdriveapps, which can streamline you downloading experience. Still stuck? Shoot us an email; we can give a call or set up a video chat.
Next Tuesday at 3pm, chat with author next door Carl Hansen in his novel Destiny. He wraps his eco-thriller in a family drama that is most interesting. Carl has made his book available as a free download from Smashwords. We hope you join him next Tuesday. Friday at 4, join us for an online video chat. How are you doing? What have you been reading? Watching? Doing. Here’s a chance to check in with you library community. Click on the invite to join in.
I showed up at the cafe’ today but nobody dropped by. I really was hoping to meet with some of you and talk books, see how you’re doing. Help me here. Let me know if you are interested in future video chats. Tell me what times work for you. Im flexible.
Meanwhile, anyone interested in talking movies? I’d be glad to host a session to talk films, series and what all. Days? Times?
The Center Harbor Congregational Church is not holding on site services but posts weekly worship guides at our website www.chccucc.org so can take part at home. As we approach Holy Week, we encourage you to visit.
Carry-Out. Canoe & O Steaks & Seafood are open for take out/curbside, M-Th from 4:30-7:30 and Fri-Sat from 4:30-8:30. Special Menu attached. Rubbin Butts BBQ is open Th-Sun 11:30-730 for pick up/curbside and offers delivery Thu-Sat, 4:30-7:30. See check our website www.magicfoodsnh.com for more info.
Just Hit Print is taking orders for printed materials, promotional products, screenprinting, embroidery, signage, fedex shipments. Send orders to our email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maxfield Real Estate has no office hours, but our Agents can be reached via cell or email. A directory of Agents can be found at www.MaxfieldRealEstate.com.
Home Comfort is offering curbside pickup on orders. Email or call for more info.
The Edge. store is closed, but our new website is up and taking orders.
Due to the evolving situation with the COVID-19 virus, the Nichols Library is now closed at least through May 5th. All due dates for books and other materials remain suspended. Please keep borrowed materials for the time being and do not return them to the Library dropbox.
The Library Board of Trustees continues to discuss how our Library can continue to provide meaningful services. Thank you for your continued patience and understanding. Stay well.
We hope our Patrons will take advantage of the online services our Library offers. We are providing online programs and meet-ups via Zoom. Follow our website for meeting dates and invites. NH/Ovedrive offers downloadable eBooks, audios, and magazines. Hoopla offers streaming audio and eBooks, movies and music. You will need your library card number to register; contact us if you do not know your card number. Follow our updates for other available resources