Materials Lending: The library has a large circulating collection of materials, including books, audiobooks, DVDs, video games, magazines, educational kits, and more.
Interlibrary Loan: In partnership with the NH State Library and other NH libraries, we are able to access collections from across the state and fill many requests for items the library does not own. Make requests online, by phone or in person.
Downloadable Books: The library is part of the NH Downloadable Books consortium, providing access to downloadable eBooks, audiobooks and popular magazines.
Museum Passes: Passes and discount coupons for a large number of local museums and attractions are available for reservation. Reservations may be made up to 90 days in advance of the visit. Make your reservations online, by phone or in person.
Online Subscriptions: The library has access to a large number of online services covering a wide range of topics and activities, from genealogy to foreign language learning. Many services are available 24/7 from home using your library card number and PIN.
Free Mailing of Library Materials for Homebound Patrons: The U.S. postal service provides free mailing of library materials for homebound patrons. Call the library to order materials to be mailed to your home. Return mailing is also free in the special envelopes provided.
Copiers: Photocopies are available for 10 cents a page for black and white and 25 cents a page for color.
Fax: Our copier also functions as a fax machine. Outgoing faxing is available at no cost.
Computers: The library provides public access computers. They may be used up to one hour per day. Time extensions can be given at the discretion of the staff if no one is waiting. Printouts are 10 cents per page for black and white, 25 cents per page for color. See the computers and internet policy for additional information.
Meeting Room: The Library has a 60 person meeting room that may be reserved by not-for-profit groups for approved purposes.
Study Rooms: The library has two rooms available for small group study. One study room may be reserved in advance, while the other is first-come, first-serve.
Free Notary Service: The library has staff members who are notaries. They are available most days 9-5 and some evenings and weekends. Call the library to find out when the notary is available.
Tax Forms: The library has selected tax forms available. Other forms can be found at IRS.gov. In the spring, volunteers from the AARP provide tax assistance at the library on selected days. Check for appointments starting in mid-to-late January.
Test Proctor: Library staff can be scheduled to proctor tests if staffing is available. Please call the reference department to arrange this service.