Upcoming Activities at Fuller

 

Tuesdays and Thursdays Storytime with Ms. Laura - 10am (same program each day)

May 27 - Annual Book Sale! 9am-1pm-Yes, we are taking donations!

May 29 - Closed - Memorial Day

 

May 2017 Calendar of Events

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

 

1

2 Storytime 10am
How To’s Day: 6:30pm

3

4 Storytime 10am
Book Group: 7pm

 

5

6 Make & Take Kids Crafts 9-1

7

8 Trustee Meeting 6pm

9 Storytime 10am

10

11 Storytime 10am

12

13 Make & Take Kids Crafts 9-1

14

Mother’s Day

15

16 Storytime 10am

17

18 Storytime 10am

19

20 Make & Take Kids Crafts 9-1

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22

23 Storytime 10am

24

25 Storytime 10am

26

27 Annual Book Sale  9-1

28

29 Closed

Memorial Day

30 Storytime 10am

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2017 Reading Challenge: Read 25 (or more) books this year to earn a prize. Challenge list is available here or click the link on our Home Page. Are you up for the challenge?

NEW!!Kid's BINGO Reading Challenge...pick one up downstairs!

 

Read 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten! - Reasearch has shown that children need to hear 1,000 books before they learn to read. Fuller Library is participating in a statewide program where you keep track of your reading and after each 100 books read your child will receive a prize! Ask us how to get started!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How To's Day

How To's Day is back at Fuller Public Library in Hillsboro!

How To's Day will be an ongoing program at the Library held on the first Tuesday of the month at 7pm. Each month a different skill or craft will be featured. If you have a skill you'd like to share, let us know! For more information call the library at 464-3595.

 

 

The Fuller Public 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. Through generous gifts and donations over the years, the library offers more than 35,000 volumes.

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.