Library Trustees: meetings, agenda, minutes, reports.

Trustees Charge and Meetings. The Library Trustees are the governing body of the library and the link between the library and the community. The Board of Trustees normally meets on the 4th Monday of each month at 10:00 am in the library. Meetings are open to the public. The agenda can be found on this page.

Minutes and the Annual Report can be found on the Center Harbor Town Website by clicking here.

Introducing the James E Nichols Memorial Library Board of Trustees: Sandy Frost, Secretary Ginny Fisher, Chairperson Ann Xavier, Stephany Marchut Lavallee & Treasurer Karen Ponton.

2021 Board of Trustees: Sandy Frost, Ginny Fisher (Secretary), Ann Xavier (Chairperson), Stephany Marchut Lavalee, and Karen Ponton (Treasurer.)

Library Assessment. In 2018, the Town of Center Harbor and the Nichols Library Board of Trustees authorized an assessment of the library building to ascertain its existing condition and plan for its future. The assessment was conducted by Alba Architects LLP of Woodstock, NH. The final report was submitted on February 27, 2019. The report was funded in part by a grant from the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance. Images taken by Alba of the library’s interior and exterior are available for viewing. Also available are arial images of the library’s exterior.

The Nichols Memorial Library Association. When the Nichols Library opened, the Center Harbor Library Association, which had donated its substantial private collection to the new library, re-constituted itself as the Nichols Memorial Library Association. It managed the Nichols Trust until November 2005, when the Association disbanded and the library became an entity of the Town of Center Harbor.

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