The Latest News from the Library
Starting June 2nd we will begin accepting returns in the Community Room only. Hours are Tuesday - Friday from noon to 3pm. From 11am to noon will be reserved for seniors and high-risk or immuno-compromised library users. We ask that all respect this accommodation and return your items after noon if you are not in this population. More info
The Hopkinton Town Library is currently closed. Even though the building is closed, we are here to help!
Questions/Comments? Call us at 746-3663 (we will return your call)
All due dates have been extended.
ALL ONLINE RESOURCES STILL AVAILABLE!
Downloadable books, Consumer Reports Online, Transparent Language, Universal Classroom, Magazines etc. See all online resources here.
Please note: All AARP Tax Aide appointments at the Hopkinton Town Library are canceled. Please see the NH Tax Help site for more information.
Tuesday 10am - 8pm
Wednesday 10am - 8pm
Thursday 10am - 6pm
Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 10am - 3pm
Sunday 1-5pm (September-May)
Closed on Mondays
Location and Contact Info
Hopkinton Town Library
61 Houston Dr.
MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 217
Contoocook, New Hampshire 03229
Click or tap on an event for more details.
Library Book Group
Wednesday June 24th
Your Digital Library
You can listen to FREE audiobooks and read FREE ebooks and magazines. Your library provides this service for you! If you have any questions, please call 746-3663 (leave a message if we don't pick up), email or fill out this form and we'll help you out!
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you are a Hopkinton/Contoocook resident and you need a library card.
Click or tap on the image to borrow books from the NH Downloadable Books Consortium (powered by OverDrive). You will need your library card number to access this service.
Read the May BookPage!
New Virtual Scavenger Hunt (week 6)!
Please take our quick 4 question Library Pandemic Community Survey!
Through a partnership between the Hopkinton Town Library and MainStreet BookEnds in Warner, we are announcing a Pilot Program through which Hopkinton Town Library patrons can select a title from the list below (one per customer and three per household including books for kids and teens and adult fiction and non-fiction) to be picked up in Warner for your use at home. All we ask is that the title be returned to the library to be added to our permanent collection upon our re-opening. Email email@example.com or call 603-746-3663 if you are interested in a particular title. Each of these titles has been purchased by MainStreet BookEnds with library funds and can be picked up at the bookstore when it is available. Email us or call the number above or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
SEE THE FULL LIST OF BOOKS HERE
New Online Resources!
We are excited to announce a new digital offering for all of our patrons. hoopla is an all-in-one media service where you can browse 700,000+ titles in six different formats—audiobooks, eBooks, comics/graphic novels, full music albums, movies, and TV—and instantly borrow, then download or stream, the titles of your choice!You can access the title you borrow instantly on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. With hoopla, there are no holds and no waiting!
Sign up today using your library card number.
Questions? Call or email us!
TumbleBooks, a world leader in online children’s books, has announced it will make its family of online libraries available for free to all libraries until at least August 31. Its ﬂagship product, TumbleBooklibrary is a collection of animated talking picture books, read-alongs, books, quizzes, lesson plans, and educational games. TumbleBooks are easy to use, and feature unlimited access from home! You can read as many books as you want, when you want, and on any device. There are no check-outs, holds, or downloads. Books are available instantly. Get started here!
www.AudioBookCloud.com - free streaming audiobooks!
COVID-19 / Coronavirus Information
The library is here to help you find accurate and reliable sources of information to answer your health related questions and become a more knowledgeable health care consumer. These resources do not replace the expert advice of a qualified health care professional. Please consult with a health care provider when making health related decisions.
If you are experiencing a health emergency, please call 911.
Misinformation spreads faster than illness. For reliable information on COVID-19, also known as Coronavirus, visit these websites for up-to-date information:
Before using any online sources of healthcare information, we encourage you to consider the source and quality of the information. Here’s a handy guide from MedlinePlus and the National Library of Medicine on Healthy Web Surfing.
More links to COVID-19 information here.
Take a virtual tour of the library's art gallery!
Quick Facts about Universal Class
New Hampshire Family Voices provides free, confidential services to families and professionals caring for children with chronic conditions and / or disabilities.Their goal is to empower and inform families and professionals to feel confident when making choices for children and youth in their care. https://nhfv.org/
NH Family Voices also has a lending library to support families and professionals. nhfv.org/how-we-can-help/lending-library/