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Story Times will begin February 6 and will continue Wednesdays through April, 17. Children and their families or caregivers are invited to come. Enjoy stories, songs, and crafts. No preregistration is necessary. Questions? Call the Library. Tel: 878-3867 If the weather is…

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The Noon Book Group has been cancelled the December meeting.  The next meeting will be noon -1pm in the Common Room of the Mann House on Tuesday, January 15. Garlic and Sapphires by Ruth Reichl will be discussed at that time.  Extra copies of the book are available to borrow.

New Books New Adult books are added to the Charlotte Hastings Collection often through the generosity of her children. Please see below for the latest list.

New Children’s Books are added often.They books include the 2012 very generous donation of junior and picture books by the non-profit organization the Children’s Literacy Foundation of Waterbury Vt.

Videos and CDs
Our collections include DVDs and CDs donated by members of our community
The Library also has a borrowed selection of DVDs form the Wadleigh Library in Milford  and a borrowed selection of unabridged books on CDs from the Merrimack Public Library.

NEW HAMPSHIRE DOWNLOADABLE BOOKS
Getting a new device for the Holidays? Consider using the  Downloadable books and ebooks. Remote access to free books and books on CDs  Mason patrons can download/borrow  audio books or ebooks for devices.  The website for the New Hampshire Downloadable Books Consortium is n.h.lib.overdrive.com.  The Library code is 4175.  These numbers need to be placed before your 3-digit Library number to access this service.

The Library will be closed Tuesday December 25 and Tuesday January 1
Happy Holidays!

Sue Wolpert

12-Hastings Fund Books

Donation Box at Mason Public Library

DONATION BOX AT LIBRARY   The Greenville Lioness and the Souhegan Lions placed a box in the Library for the 2012 Winter Clothing Drive to benefit local people in area towns. They are accepting new and gently used blankets, hats, scarves, mittens, gloves, coats,…