2018 Film “Paris to Pittsburgh”

February 7, 6:30 PM, Andover Community Hub

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On Friday, February 7, the Andover Energy Group (AEG) will show the 2018 film “Paris to Pittsburgh” at The Andover Community Hub, starting at 6:30 PM, with pizza and beverages provided. “Paris to Pittsburgh” was produced by National Geographic, using the tag line “the climate for change is now” to bring to life the impassioned […]

Winter Restorative Yoga Workshops Offered

Monthly, on Sunday afternoons starting February 23

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A series of monthly Sunday afternoon restorative yoga workshops will be offered at The Andover Community Hub on February 23, March 29, and April 26, from 3 to 5 PM.  The workshops will be led by Julie Parenteau, yoga instructor, energy healer, and former Andover resident.  She says about the classes, “You’ll explore the ranges […]

January Newsletter

Andover Library News and Views

By Lee Wells and Priscilla Poulin

Happy 2020! With the start of a new year come New Year’s Resolutions.  Please allow us to suggest a couple; both have to do with reading, of course. Resolve to be more environmentally friendly.  Don’t purchase books, check them out from the library.  If we don’t have it, we can either order it to add […]

Bachelder Library New Acquisitions December 2019

By Janet Moore

ADULT FICTION Agent Running in the Field, John LeCarre The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek, Kim Michele Richardson The Boy, Tami Hoag Have You Seen Luis Velez?, Catherine Ryan Hyde Olive, Again, Elizabeth Strout Stealth, Stuart Woods Toward the Light, Bonnar Spring The Devil’s Cave; Fatal Pursuit; The Patriarch; A Taste for Vengeance, Martin Walker […]

Andover Library New Acquisitions December 2019

By Janet Moore

ADULT FICTION Criss Cross, James Patterson Genesis, Robin Cook A Minute to Midnight, David Baldacci Beating About the Bush, M.C. Beaton In the Midst of Winter, Isabel Allende Say Nothing, Brad Parks Fresh Snow on Bedford Falls, G.L. Gooding The Rosie Result, Graeme Simsion A Summer in Sonoma, Robyn Carr Escape from Five Shadows, Elmore […]

Through the Reading Glasses February 2020

By Janet Moore

Wow, 2020, certainly hoping for a clearer outlook on the world now! So let’s begin with Bill Bryson, who takes us on an interior world view in The Body: A Guide for Occupants. In his usual anecdotal fashion, he sets out to describe the functioning, the healing, and ultimately the failings of the human body. […]

JOSA Features Saxophonist Dan Moretti

February concerts held at Eastman in Grantham

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JOSA Features Saxophonist Dan Moretti

The Jazz on a Sunday Afternoon (JOSA) series continues its 2020 season with performances by tenor saxophonist Dan Moretti on February 2 and the JOSA Ensemble on February 23 at the Center at Eastman’s Bistro Nouveau. Now in its 28th season, JOSA brings internationally acclaimed jazz musicians, backed up by pianist Bill Wightman and the […]

Mystery Books Offered by Libraries

Do you dare go on a blind date with a book?

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 February is Valentine’s month! Do you have fond memories of a blind date? Did you meet a special person that way? During the month of February stop by either Andover Library and pick up a mystery book.  Both libraries will have books in paper bags with a minimal description of the book. Take a chance, […]

Andover Coffeehouse Presents February Concert

Jazz and Blues singer Louise Grasmere takes center stage

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Andover Coffeehouse Presents February Concert

Coming up, on Friday, February 21, at The Andover Community Coffeehouse: Louise Grasmere, “Boston’s best-kept vocal secret” (and Andover summer resident), will grace the center stage at the monthly  concert of the Andover Community Coffeehouse. The “Third Friday” concert will begin at 7 PM in the Highland Lake Grange Hall on State Route 11 in […]

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