Posts by Frost Free Library
Gillbert survived the blizzard and you?
There’s plenty of tree work left to do (Thanks in advance to Wilcox Tree Service for putting us on the list). BIG SHOUTOUT to our DPW, PD, FIRE & EMS for all the ways the cleared a path for us during the storm as well as the generous neighbors and friends that pitched in with…Read More
What a way to start a Friday
I was first on deck at Marlborough school this morning to read to PreK and Kindergarten classes. I chose You Matter by Christian Robinson. They were dressed in their fancy attire for ‘Fancy Friday. It doesn’t get any better than that. Readers enjoyed another insightful and thought-provoking discussion thanks to New Hampshire Humanities Council, made…Read More
What a week! Here’s hoping you enjoyed the sunshine today and were extra kind to yourself after a week of shoveling.
So excited about all the connections, partnerships and information that were shared at our community partnership event this past Saturday, January 21st at the Community House; 71 people, 10 pots of soup ladled by my fellow Lions club members, countless smiles, hands shook, and details shared. Watch here for the next event. Did you know…Read More
The mountain stands alone, we don’t have to.
I hope we will see you at our upcoming community gathering. I am so excited to be part of this phenomenal group; Frost Free Library, Federated Church, and Monadnock Lions Club. Music, Food and company – Saturday, January 21st at 5 pm – Donations welcome. RSVP at [email protected] or call 603 876 4479. This event…Read More
Frost Free will be closed Friday 12/16 and Saturday 12/17 to allow storm crews to do their thing. Hope you stocked up. It’s an excellent time to explore the website and links to digital resources like Overdrive and Newsbank. They are always open. Stay safe and warm.
There’s a Nip in the air.
We still have a few hats, scarves & mittens that need a home, thanks to our knitting fairy. Take what you need or share with someone who looks cold. We’ve collected a delightful assortment of craft supplies to swap. If you dropped materials off, you should have received a ticket to Early bird admission from…Read More
Crunchy, Swirling, Golden days
Quick, go to YouTube and look for Beggar’s Velvet, Lady of Autumn or Cheryl Wheeler’s Autumn in New England. Have a listen and you’ll know how I’m feeling about these lovely, fleeting, golden days. Today has been a busy day at Frost Free. My favorite kind. 9:30 am we read to Mrs. Hoglund’s preschoolers, Owl…Read More
Hopeful Planning for a Spring Groundbreaking
Computer Basics for Adults!? Your librarian wants to know.
I know you are out there. Figuring out the difference between a mouse and a window. Frustrated trying to find what you want in a web search. Wanting to try virtual meetings with friends and family. Want to Suprise your grandkids with a new skill set? Thanks to Public Library Association and AT&T we have…Read More
Happiest of Fall Fridays…
So grateful for the loveliest of fall days to welcome Allison Gardner and her Kindergartners and Libby Gray and First graders from Marlborough School for library tours, stories and book sharing. We’ll be looking forward to scheduling with Preschool and 2nd graders for visits soon. Smiles weren’t just present on the faces of staff, teachers…Read More