Sunday 1-5 (Sept-May)
Now closed on Sundays until
after Labor Day
Hopkinton Town Library
61 Houston Dr.
Contoocook, NH 03229
Be Part of History:
A Review of the Supreme Court’s Historic Term with John Greabe
Thursday August 20th 7pm
UNH School of Law Professor and local resident John Greabe will discuss the past year’s historic term of the US Supreme Court, including the Affordable Care Act, marriage equality and fair housing.
Long Range Planning—We Need to Hear from You!
In 2003, members of the Hopkinton Town Library’s staff and trustees worked with people in the community to create a Long Range Plan. In 2014, staff and trustees reviewed that plan, noting progress toward goals and identifying areas requiring revision and updating given the changes that have occurred in the library field and overall in our community and world. Now, we are reaching out to members of the community, both library users and non users to hear input about current library services and to identify needed areas of expansion and/or improvement.
To that end, we are distributing this online survey to various email lists and also through the library’s website. Please take the time to fill it out—we need to hear from you!
Thank you for your time and input!
Summer Reading Program
Every Hero has a Story!
June 30th through August 6th
Calendar and registration
Reading log (for kids entering 1st-5th grade)
Reading tally form (for kids entering K and under)
Check out all of our Hopkinton Heroes!
Join us in welcoming NH Poet Laureate
Alice B. Fogel
Sunday September 20th at 4pm
in the Community Room
Alice B. Fogel is NH's State Poet Laureate. Her new book, Interval: Poems Based upon Bach's Goldberg Variations, won the Nicholas Schaffner Award for Music in Literature. She is also author of Strange Terrain, a guide to appreciating poetry without necessarily "getting" it, and three other poetry collections, including Be That Empty, a national poetry bestseller. A seven-time Pushcart nominee and recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Individual Artist Fellowship, her poems appear in many journals and anthologies, including Best American Poetry. An adjunct at both Keene State and Landmark Colleges, she also teaches professional development, arts-in-schools, reading, and writing workshops. She lives in Acworth, NH.