Make & Take Sign Event
February 15 ~ 6 PM
The Friends of Hill Public Library will be hosting a workshop with Reta Frekot of Picked and Polished on Friday, February 15, 6-8:30 PM. How many times have you seen a sign online that you’d love to make yourself? This event is your chance to make a Pinterest dream a reality! Choose from one of 8 designs and get ready to create something beautiful for your home with Reta, the Friends of Hill Public Library and Dixie Belle Paint Products. You’ll leave with a professional looking sign that is uniquely yours. While you’re getting crafty, Reta will teach you some of her go-to tips for getting rustic and farmhouse finishes. The Dixie Belle Products and sticky stencil you’ll use are so easy peasy that the creative possibilities are endless. We will also have some fabulous raffle items for you to snag at this event. A variety of snack items will be available.
All Sign Boards are 6″ x 17″. Choose from one of these designs:
The cost to book your spot is $35 and adults and high school students are welcome. There are NO REFUNDS for this workshop because of the individual preparation that is done ahead of time to ensure you have an amazing experience. If for some reason we have to cancel for inclement weather, we will transfer your credit to the rescheduled date or you can use the credit towards a different Picked and Polished workshop in the future.
Register here… Don’t wait, seating is limited! Please include your sign choice upon purchasing your ticket in the “comments” section at check out.
Beat the winter blues and join us next Thursday, January 10, for some fun with friends and neighbors. Several board games will be available for use or bring your favorite! This event is free and all are welcome.
The library is discarding its collection of VHS videotapes. Before they are disposed of, the tapes will be offered to residents at no cost. A cart is located in the hall just outside of the library, and currently holds a variety of Family/Children’s videos. Stop in and browse the selection.
Congratulations to the HPL Healthy-Weight Support Group on successfully completing its recent challenge during the holiday season! The group meets every Wednesday at 11:30 AM, and provides mutual support and encouragement along the path toward a healthier lifestyle. All are welcome and there is no fee to participate.
The library will be closed on December 25 and January 1, 2019.
Happy Holidays to All!
Although the calendar tells us it is autumn, it sure does feel like winter arrived today! The seasons are quickly changing and the holidays are fast approaching. Our summer schedule ends this Saturday, November 17. Please note the updated hours of operation:
- Tuesday: 9 AM-5 PM
- Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday: 10 AM-6 PM
In the event of inclement weather, closings/delays will be announced via the WMUR-TV closings tickler and Facebook postings.
The library will be closed on the following days during the holiday season:
- November 22 & 23: Thanksgiving
- December 25: Christmas Day
- January 1, 2019: New Year’s Day
Our Dewey’s Coffee Cafe program will continue through the winter months on Tuesdays, 10 AM-Noon, unless the library is closed due to weather conditions. We will be organizing a few special events to be held at Dewey’s over the next several months. Beat the winter blues- make a plan to get out and join us for coffee and chat!
The Friends of Hill Public Library will once again be hosting its Polar Express Pajama Party on December 7. Last year’s event was quite a success and we look forward to making this an annual Christmas tradition. This program is free and registration is not required.
A conversation with the Big Guy!
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The schedule for our Book Club meetings has changed! The group meets this month on Wednesday, October 24, at 10:30 AM, to discuss The Child by Fiona Barton. Copies are available now for borrowing at the library.
Beginning in November, meetings will be held on the third Wednesday of each month at 10:30 AM. We hope that this time will be more convenient for those who don’t like driving after dark. Please check our Programs/Events page in the future for upcoming titles.
The library will be closed on Tuesday, September 11, for the NH State Primary Election. Polls will be open 11 AM-7 PM.
The Library Board of Trustees wll hold its monthly public meeting on Wednesday, September 12 at 2:30 PM.