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Childrens
Submitted by: ESennott on Apr 07
The Children's Room utilizes recyclables for many of its crafts.  While we can't take everything, we do collect the following materials on a regular basis: 1. 2-liter soda bottles (with and without caps) 2. Small and large round oatmeal containers (with lids)  3. Plastic or foam egg cartons 4. cardboard tubes Please drop these items (empty and cleaned) to the Children's staff on your next visit. And thank you for your donation!
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Submitted by: LJose on Oct 29
Are you ready??  It’s that time of year again!!  Our big NaNoWriMo kick-off is just around the corner in November.  “Uhh...what’s NaNoWriMo??,” you ask? National Novel Writing Month is an annual event held across the globe, from November 1st through 30th during which aspiring writers wield their sword of choice, to bring a novel to life.  This is done while tracking your progress, and networking with others from all different walks of...
Teens
Submitted by: ESennott on Oct 06
The Library's getting into the Halloween spirit this October by celebrating Gregory Maguire's Wicked, a twist-on-a-tale prequel to The Wizard of Oz told from the Witch's point of view.  We've got all sorts of Oz-inspired raffle prizes for Merrimack patrons who want to get in on the fun - including a super teen book themed basket just for you! The basket includes two teen book spins on The Wizard of Oz (Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige and...
Teens
Submitted by: ESennott on Oct 06
Coming soon to the Teen Area - new magazines! We'll be adding the following subscriptions: - Game Informer- Otaku USA- SciFi- Teen Vogue You can chill out at the library to browse these, or borrow them to read at home. These will be added to our current magazines (Seventeen and Mad Magazine). Enjoy! (Don't forget you can also check out digital magazines on your computer or device. Get more info...
Childrens
Submitted by: ESennott on Sep 24
Tutors: Are you a tutor looking for a space to work with your students?  You're in luck:  On select weekdays, the Library invites tutors to use the Klumpp Meeting Room for Tutor Time.  Tutor Time generally runs from 3 PM - 5 PM on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, provided we do not need the space for other library events.  We recommend tutors check our online calendar or call the library ahead to ensure the room is available.  ...
Childrens
Submitted by: ESennott on Sep 24
The library's weekly storytimes run in 10-12 week sessions, with breaks around the winter holidays, late spring, and late summer. Our current fall session will run now until Thanksgiving 2015. Below is a description of the different storytimes we offer for various age groups. No weekly storytimes require registration, just drop-in at your convenience! Preschool Storytime - for ages 3+ A 45 minute school-readiness class with a...
Adults
Submitted by: LJose on Oct 29
Fall is in the air, and we are excited!  While you're out and about viewing all the gorgeous colors, and enjoying the variety of all the pumpkin spice items out there, don't forget to stop by on Saturdays between now and Oct. 24th to pick up your Scarecrow Kit.  Just as they did last year, the Lions Club of Merrimack will be selling the kits at the library between 10 am -1 pm.  So drop by, get yours, and get creative!  Can't wait to see all the...

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