Find out about to getting a library card, borrowing privileges, circulation periods and overdue policies. We provide public computer and wifi access, and offer printing, FAX scanning and copy services. Access NH Downloadable Books and Hoopla Digital Media. If the Nichols Library does not have an item you are interested in, we can try to get an interlibrary loan. Use our museum passes for discounted admissions to area museums. Borrow a DVD from our Scrooge and Marely collection. We provide book deliveries for home bound patrons. See our other services for persons with disabilities. have a question? Ask the Librarian!
A message from the Board of Trustees
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.
The NML Board of Trustees, 3/23/2020
Latest information on COVID-19 from New Hampshire’s Dept of Health & Human Services
Online Meet-ups, books and video
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
Register for a library card
To sign-up for a temporary card, start here.
Call 603-253-6950 or email us.
35 Plymouth Street, Center Harbor NH 03226-1339
Hours of operationThe library is closed until further notice. Regular hours are MWF, 10-6 and T,TH,S from 10-1.
Quotable“The precise role of the artist is to illuminate that darkness, so that we will not, in all our doing, lose sight of our purpose, which is to make the world a more human dwelling place.” James Baldwin