Summer Hours: closed on Sundays from Memorial Day through Labor Day weekends.
Be Part of History:
Summer Reading Program!
Calendar and Registration
Programs begin on July 1st.
Reading log form (for 1st - 5th Grade)
Reading tally form (for Kindergarten and younger)
HOPKINTON READS! IS BACK!
What is the Hopkinton READS! Program?
Hopkinton READS! is a program designed to bring members of our community together to read and discuss the same book at the same time. As has happened here since 2002, a committee of community residents and the Library Director creates a ballot of book titles. Titles that appear on the ballot must meet certain criteria, such as: local interest, timeliness of topics, broad community appeal, topics which lend themselves to associated programming, etc. In May and June, the community is given the opportunity to cast their vote on the book of their choice. Ballots are available in the Hopkinton Town Library and on the library website. When all votes are counted and the title chosen, the committee proceeds with the planning of programs for October, and November. All programs are free and open to the public. By the beginning of September, copies of the title chosen are available for purchase at the library at a reduced cost. There are also copies of the book available for borrowing at the Library. The committee encourages input and participation of community members during the title selection process as well as during associated programming. Happy Reading!
The Hopkinton READS! Committee (Rhonda Ashley, Louisa Burdette, Donna Dunlop, Pat Gruttemeyer, Jerry Tepe, Donna Zecha)
List of books and descriptions
You can vote for your choice by emailing the library at email@example.com
or come in to the library and fill out a ballot.
The Burgess Boys
by Elizabeth Strout
Wednesday July 23
at the fireplace
There are copies of the book available to borrow at the library's Reference Desk.
Read more about the book
at our book discussion blog.
Edible Books 2014
Click above to borrow books from
NH Downloadable Books (OverDrive)
You will need your library card number to
access this service.
Visit the blog if you need help downloading books from OverDrive.
Click above to borrow books from OneClickDigital
You will need to create an account to access this service. Call or email the library for more info.
New! Zinio online newstand is now available for library patrons
Zinio User Guide