Bachelder Library New Books May 2021

By Janet Moore

Adult Fiction The Consequences of Fear, Jacqueline Winspear Faithless in Death, J.D. Robb The Hangman, Louise Penny Klara and the Sun, Kazuo Ishiguro Not Dark Yet, Peter Robinson The Postscript Murders, Elly Griffiths The Rose Code, Kate Quinn The Stranger Diaries, Elly Griffiths The Sweet Taste of Muscadines, Pamela Terry The Venice Sketchbook, Rhys Bowen […]

Andover Library New Books May 2021

By Janet Moore

Adult Fiction The Rose Code, Kate Quinn Fifty Words for Rain, Asha Lemmie The Consequences of Fear, Jacqueline Winspear Dark Sky, C.J. Box The Other Emily, Dean Koontz Eternal, Lisa Scottoline The Gilded Hour, Sara Donati The Shadow Box, Luanne Rice How Beautiful We Were, Imbolo Mbue Double Jeopardy, Stuart Woods Win, Harlan Coben Faithless […]

Through the Reading Glasses, May 2021

By Janet Moore

It’s springtime, really; at least the calendar says so, even if snow is supposedly due tomorrow. Oh well, time to hunker down for some good reads.  Despite the thrilling detective series – Michael Connolly’s Harry Bosch tales – I listen to in the car that makes the drive to the grocery store a challenge of […]

State Park Pass Available Through Both Andover Libraries

Book sale continues at Bachelder Library

By Lee Wells and Priscilla Poulin

The two Andover libraries will be sharing a State Park Pass for the 2021 season. The pass provides entry to most New Hampshire State Parks, including historic sites, for two adults and up to four dependents, (normally $4 per adult and $2 per child). It can be used for multiple parks in one day.  The […]

Andover Coffeehouse Returns with Green Heron Virtual Performance

Local "Open Mic" performers will participate

By Susan Chase
Andover Coffeehouse Returns with Green Heron Virtual Performance

The husband-and-wife duo Green Heron will be featured at the Friday, April 16, Andover Community Coffeehouse. The concert will begin at 7 PM via Zoom.  The music of Green Heron stretches across the entire folk landscape: old-time, folk, bluegrass, country, Irish, and blues are all represented as the band brings the back porch to the […]

Barn Playhouse Lines Up Shows for “Summer Under the Stars”

Season takes place in open-air tent

Press release

 The New London Barn Playhouse is thrilled to announce its plans for the 2021 summer season, when we proudly welcome back a live audience for a “Summer Under the Stars.”  The never-been-done-before season, starting on Tuesday, June 29, will take place under an open-air tent in Ivey Field on the campus of Colby-Sawyer College, located […]

Bachelder Library New Acquisitions April 2021

By Janet Moore

Adult Fiction Dark Sun: A Joe Pickett Novel, C.J. Box The Invisible Woman, Erika Robuck The K Team, David Rosenfelt The Last Garden in England, Julia Kelly Later, Stephen King The Lost Apothecary,  Sarah Penner A Promise of Ankles: 44 Scotland Street,  Alexander McCall Smith Transient Desires: A Commissario Guido Brunetti Mystery,  Donna Leon We […]

Andover Library New Acquisitions April 2021

By Janet Moore

 Adult Fiction Out of Hounds, Rita Mae Brown The Mystery of Mrs. Christie, Marie Benedict Somebody to Love, Sharon Sala The Last Straw, Sharon Sala Outlaw Country, William W. Johnstone Where Azaleas Bloom, Sherryl Woods Those Who Are Saved, Alexis Landau The Center of Everything, Jamie Harrison The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek, Kim Michele […]

Through the Reading Glasses April 2021

By Janet Moore

Vern Barclay has been a Vermonter all his life, all seven-plus decades worth, and he found his calling early on. After a successful career as a cross country ski coach, even congratulating a former student after she achieved gold in the Oslo Olympics, he became a radio man, starting in local sports broadcasting before moving […]

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