Celebrating the Fall Season in the Monadnock Region
My favorite season, crunching leaves, sweater weather, flannels … What do you LOVE about fall right here in your own back yard? The mums and the view at Cheshire Floral Farm, Rummage sale season, Cider everything? Get out and soak up the beauty that gets us through February. Don’t waste a minute! We have a new Travel Guide published by Globe Pequot, Day Trips New England, Getaway Ideas for the local traveler. Page 48 gives you directions to Witch City – Salem, MA, for a tour of the House of the Seven Gables and more. Reserve it through the Librista app with your library card # or call 603 876 4779 (Don’t forget that area code come 10/24 ;>) While you’re in Librista or visiting the catalog right here on the website, look up PIE!
At the library we are looking forward to a return to story time on Thursdays at 10:30 am beginning October 7th, outdoors, Steering Committee brainstorming with trustee Chair, Ed Moura, and some intrepid volunteers. Storywalk week in November with Hancock author, Sy Montgomery’s, book Becoming a Good Creature and Native American storytelling with Anne Jennison, made possible by a grant from NH State Library (NHSL), Provided by NH Humanities, Funding is provided by the NH State Council on the Arts as well as funds administered by the NH State Library and provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Friends of Frost Free Annual Meeting is coming up and who couldn’t use a few more good friends. We are all missing our annual Columbus Day Book sale and the chance to reconnect with neighbors and friends. There are still books available for sale on the ongoing Book Cart Sale. Join us.
We are open Tues & Wed 2-7, Thurs & Fri 10-5 and Sat 10-1. Masks mandatory inside, thank you for helping us stay open.
Hiking & Things to Do in the Monadnock State Park Area New of Hampshire (monadnocktravel.com)