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All Keene area veteran and first-time writers are invited to a series of writing workshops for advice and assistance on Monday evenings at 6:30 p.m. Randy Koons, a volunteer leading the library’s...

National Initiative Aims to Shift Public Perception of Libraries

Keene Public Library announced today that it will participate in a bold, new...

Get ready for more reading as the nights get longer and cooler! The Keene Public Library has scheduled a series of classes to teach patrons how to download library ebooks to a variety of eReaders...

The Keene Public Library resumes its Storytime program for children six-years-of-age and younger. Programs will emphasize five early practices that help every child get ready to read, listen, and...

Please help the plan a great summer reading program for 2015 by letting us know what you liked about this year's summer reading program. We have three separate quick surveys. Please fill out one...

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Coming Events

Created Equal Book Discussion: The Good Lord Bird by James McBride
Tuesday September 16 at 7 p.m. in the Green Room

Mistaken for a girl on account of his curly hair, delicate features, and sackcloth smock, 12-year-old slave Henry Shackleford realizes...

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Outside the Lines Open Hack Night
Wednesday September 17 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Kay Fox Room

Come hack with friends! You can show off your project or work on various projects. Join us and you'll see that the Keene...

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Do It Together Crafternoon: Fall Lights
Friday September 19, 2014 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Middle Grade Area

Tweens and teens come make something with friends. Today we'll make an electric light with a glass jar and a...

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Fear of Singing Mini-Workshop
Saturday September 20, 2014 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Heberton Hall

Many people who think they can’t sing have had some kind of experience that shut them down (a criticism at an early age...

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I was impressed by this true story of Dr. Ludwig Guttman, who helped rehabilitate British paralyzed veterans during World War 2. The movie did a great job in showing his vivacious personality. He...

When the ribbon is cut opening a public building or the owners of a new house start moving in, it's not the end of the construction so much as the beginning of the life of a building that will...

I was impressed by this historical novel which tells of Iris, an Australian nurse in World War 1. It shows how her family and life are affected by the war. This book gives an interesting look at...

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