National Library Week~April 10-16: “Create Your Own Story @ your library”

Libraries are places for new beginnings.  Whether getting your first library card, learning new computer skills, or planning a trip, the library is the place where your story begins. However, libraries are much more than a place to find information; they are a place to exchange information, ideas, culture, stories, and a wonderful place to socialize in general.  Everyday across the country, libraries are helping people enrich their lives, helping people to create their own unique stories.

Why not visit HPL and find a new beginning?  Check out the latest by Jodi Picoult!  Open an email account!  Design an herb garden!  Read your hometown newspaper!  Join our amazing Book Club!  Learn how to knit!  Find a great pasta recipe!  Where will you start?  Create Your Own Story @ your library.

In celebration of National Library Week, the Friends of Hill Public Library will be holding its annual Hill Baby Book Dedication, honoring the children born in 2010, on Friday April 15, 10:00 AM, at the Jennie D. Blake School.  A presentation by the NH State Police Bomb Squad will follow the book ceremony.

All are welcome to join us for this explosive event!


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