Computer room with 8 computer work stations, laser printer, and wi-fi throughout the entire premises. More »
Extensive childrens section with fiction, non-fiction, books on tape/cd, board books, and puzzles. More »
Epsom library is proud to present monthly art shows featuring the work of many local artists. More »
Main sitting area of the library with a large selection of periodicals, comfortable seating, and beautiful views of the woods behind the library. More »
Separate teen room featuring thousands of fiction and non-fiction young adult books as well as comfy places to sit and read. More »
The Center is open on Wednesdays, from 6 – 8 p.m. The Trustees would appreciate volunteers for those hours. Please call the library if you would be willing to help.
Courtesy of the Friends of the Epsom Public Library, the library offers free passes to the American Independence Museum in Exeter, the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in Concord, the Millyard Museum in Manchester, the SEE Science Center in Manchester, and the Strawberry Banks Museum in Portsmouth.
An American Girl Tea Party will be held on Saturday, October 29, at 1:30 p.m. Wear your favorite outfit, and bring your favorite doll. Seating is limited, so sign up now to reserve your seats. Refreshments will be finger sandwiches, desserts, tea and punch. A craft activity will be included.
We will also have a drawing to win the newest American Girl Doll, “Lea.” Tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00.
New day! Tuesday, October 11, at 10:15 a.m. and Tuesday, October 25, 10:15 a.m. Join this fun program for infants and their caregivers. The program includes music, songs, stories, and age-appropriate toys.
The Book Discussion Group will meet on Wednesday, October 19 at 6:00 p.m. (please note change of time) to discuss Louise Penny’s Still Life. If you’ve never read any of Louise Penny’s books, you are in for a treat as you meet the amiable and lovable Chief Inspector Armand Gamache.
The story takes place in the charming, fictional town of Three Pines, Quebec, just north of the U. S. border. Gamache, of the Surete du Quebec, and his team of investigators are called into the scene of a suspicious death. The locals are certain it’s a tragic hunting accident and nothing more, but Gamache smells something foul and is certain that Jane Neal died at the hands of someone much more sinister than a careless bow hunter.
This book is the first in a delightful and engaging series featuring Inspector Gamache, as he commands his forces with integrity and quiet courage.
If you would like to join in the discussion, you may stop by the library to pick up a copy of the book. Warning: you may become addicted to Louise Penny and Armand Gamache!
On Wednesday, October 19, at 7:00 pm. Eric Orff, a long-time resident of Epsom, will speak about “Animals of the Suncook River.” A retired
NH Fish and Game wildlife biologist, Eric is now involved with the National Wildlife Federation. He says the Suncook River is alive with wildlife. So
we invite you to come and learn about your neighbors.
The Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association will present a Seasonal Flu Immunization Clinic at the library on Wednesday, October 19, from 4 – 6 p.m.
The discounted cash or check charge is $30. per immunization.
Clients who present an insurance card from one of the following carriers do not need to pay a fee: Medicare B, Medicare Advantage, Medicaid, Harvard Pilgrim or Anthem.
For more information please visit www.crvna.org or call (603) 224-4993 or (800) 924-8640.
On Tuesday, October 25, at 7:00 p.m. popular chef Liz Barbour of Creative Feast will present Feasting on Soups: How to Make One Soup Recipe into Two.
Nothing is better than a delicious, healthy soup – unless you could take that one delicious soup and add a few ingredients to create an entirely different one. Chef Liz Barbour calls this a “progressive” soup, and she is eager to walk you through the steps to prepare two soup recipes you can prepare at home. Add in Liz’s easy cooking technique tips and you are on your way to creating your own yummy soups this winter. Enjoy a cooking demonstration of two recipes and samples for all to taste.
Sign-ups are required for this program. Please sign up at the circulation desk before October 19. Although all adults are welcome, there will be no charge for the first 35 Epsom Library adult patrons . For other attendees, there will be a fee of $3.50.
Congratulations to the following children: 200 books: Sierra Klepper; 400 books: Bryanne Connolly; 500 books: Delana Girouard and Lucas Girouard.
Thank you to everyone who helped make our Touch A Truck event a success! Rick Belanger, truck coordinator; all the wonderful truck drivers; Richard and Linda Clark, White Mountain Coffee for coffee and beverages; Blake and Robert Kitson for Blake’s Bounce House; breakfast volunteers Betsy Bosiak, Carole Brown, Nancy Claris, Armand Claris, and Jessica Emond; volunteers Gary Benner and Fran Marchand; and teen volunteers Madison Bowen, Abby Downey, and Ashley Gatchell.
Congratulation to the Raffle Prize Winners: 1st prize, Cassius Carignan; 2nd prize, Reagan Ellsworth; and 3rd prize, Ryanne Sweatt. Thanks to everyone who purchased tickets.
Special thanks to everyone who helped make the Stuffed Animal Sleepover/Breakfast event so special: Betsy Bosiak, Nancy and Armand Claris, Chad Decker, Dylan Lehrhaupt, Madison Bowen, Ashely Gatchell, and Mary and Mike Nericcio. Everyone had a great time, and we all enjoyed the wonderful presentation by our special guest, children’s author Ellen Stoll Walsh.
Bone Builders, a strength and balance class for osteoporosis prevention and led by RSVP volunteers, is held at the library every Tuesday and Thursday from 9 – 10 a.m.
Registration is required, and participants must stop by the library to pick up a participants’ informed release form as well as a medical release statement.
Story Time: Mondays at 10 a.m., Tuesdays at 1:30 p.m., and Thursdays at 3:30p.m. Join us for stories, songs and crafts.
Toddler Time: Thursday mornings at 10 a.m.
LEGO Club is Thursdays at 3:30 p.m. The library has a wonderful LEGO collection. Children make a creation and can display it in the library.