Visit Arts on The Green 2020 in Sunapee Harbor

Free event features thirteen area artists; variety of media

Press release

The Center for the Arts is pleased to be sponsoring the Ninth Annual “Arts on the Green”” to be held on Saturday, July 18 from 10 AM to 4 PM in picturesque Sunapee Harbor. This juried art show features local artists showcasing their talents for the community and summer visitors. “Beautiful Sunapee Harbor offers the […]

Bachelder Library New Acquisitions June 2020

By Janet Moore

  ADULT FICTION The Drowned World, J.G. Ballard The Fifth Season, N.K. Jemisin The Last Trial, Scott Turow New York 2140, Kim Stanley Robinson Parable of the Sower, Octavia E. Butler Salvage the Bones, Jesmyn Ward The Stationery Shop, Marjan Kamali Weather, Jenny Offill ADULT NONFICTION Confirmation Bias, Carl Hulse The Death and Life of the […]

Andover Library New Acquisitions June 2020

By Janet Moore

FICTION Bombshell, Stuart Woods & Parnell Hall Masked Prey, John Sandford A Long Petal of the Sea, Isabel Allende Bring on the Blessings, Beverly Jenkins The Book of Longings, Sue Monk Kidd The Summer House, James Patterson & Brendan Du Boris The 20th Victim, James Patterson & Maxine Paetro Hush, James Patterson & Candice Fox […]

Library Trustees Decide Not to Open Andover Libraries Just Yet

Curbside pick-up still available; call ahead

By Janet Moore

It’s still going to be a while before patrons can return to the Andover libraries to browse for books and gather with friends. In the meantime, you can contact the librarians via phone, e-mail, or note in the return box as to your requests. During regular hours, the librarians will receive your bagged materials and […]

Through the Reading Glasses

By Lee Wells

Settling into a comfortable chair and reading a book by a favorite author or enjoying a book of a favorite genre is one of the great pleasures of life. However, books have even more to offer us – they can broaden our horizons.They can challenge us to think differently about a wide variety of topics.They […]

Ragged Mountain Band to Offer Zoom Concert on August 2

Offered in place of all the cancelled summer events

By Larry Chase
Ragged Mountain Band to Offer Zoom Concert on August 2

In place of the Andover-based summer events like the Fourth of July Celebration and the Andover Historical Society’s Old Time Fair, that have been canceled this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Andover Historical Society will present a one-hour (or longer) concert by Lindsey Schust and the Ragged Mountain Band, a local group that […]

Andover Hub Hosts Live Play via Zoom

For "children of all ages" on June 13

Press release
Andover Hub Hosts Live Play via Zoom

The premiere of an original one-act play, to be performed by its authors and delivered “live” to its audience  via a link to their mobile and desktop devices, will be available for one-time viewing beginning at 6 PM on Saturday, June 13, to those who sign up in advance. Viewing is free, but limited to […]

Old Horse Duo To Play For Online June Coffeehouse

Jason Eslick grew up in Andover

Press release

With one public “virtual concert” under its belt, the Andover Community Coffeehouse  will offer  a second live event on Friday, June 19,  beginning at 7 PM  in your home, on your computer screen.  Featured performers are the folk/Americana guitar-and-banjo  duo Old Horse. Powered by Zoom, the event can be viewed live by up to 100 […]

Curbside Book Pick-Up To Begin June 1 At Andover Libraries

Look at online catalogs for available books

By Janet Moore

The Andover Libraries are reopening. Phase One starts with curbside book pickup service. Please follow the steps outlined below to order books:   Check our online catalogs to see what is available.  Links to the catalogs and important announcements can be found at AndoverNHLibrary.weebly.com.   Request titles from the Andover Library at 735-5333 or AndoverPL@nullcomcast.net […]

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