About the Fuller Public Library
Physical address: 29 School Street
Mail to: P.O. Box 43
Hillsborough, NH 03244
Monday & Friday: 12 pm - 5pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 9am - 8 pm
Saturday: 9am - 1 pm
Wednesday & Sunday: Closed
The library is closed on these Holidays:
- Martin Luther King Day - Monday January 16, 2017
- President's Day - Monday February 20, 2017
- Memorial Day - Monday, May 29, 2017
- Independence Day - Tuesday, July 4, 2017
- Labor Day - Monday, September 4, 2017
- Columbus Day - Monday, October 9, 2017
- Veterans' Day - Saturday, November 11, 2017
- Thanksgiving Day - Thursday, November 23, 2017
- Christmas - Monday, December 25, 2017
- New Year's - Monday, January 1, 2018
Library Director: Robin Sweetser firstname.lastname@example.org
Interlibrary Loans: email@example.com
Technical Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Storytime: Laura Wing
Assistants: Carol Dunbar, Laura Wing, Samantha Parenteau, Dianna Levesque, and Tianna Tardiff
Volunteers: Phil Daley
Library Trustees: Trustee Meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month at 6pm.
The Fuller Public Library offers the latest in fiction and non-fiction titles for the whole community.
- Over 35,000 current and classic titles on every subject imaginable for all ages and reading abilities.
- Access to thousands of additonal titles through the NH Interlibrary Loan Program.
- Audio books on CD and through NH Downloable audio and e-books.
- Thousands of movies in VHS and DVD formats.
- Access to research materials 24-7 from your home computer.
- Reference and research assistance.
- Six public access computers.
- Museum passes to area museums.
- Summer reading programs for children, adults, and teens.
- Weekly pre-school story time.
- Adult book discussion groups.
- Printing, Copying, Scanning and Faxing services.
The library was established in 1877 by the bequest of Mark W. Fuller. With a little over 300 volumes, Fuller Public Library was opened to the public in a rented room in the Whittemore Block. The library is now located in the historic NH Gov. John Butler Smith Home, which was deeded by his heirs to the town in 1926 for use as a Community Building.