Library News


  • Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum:  Mt. Kearsarge pass admits a group of up to four people or a family of adults and their children any day except special events. For more info on the museum, go to
  • The Fells Historic Estate and Gardens: The Fells pass is for a single day and admits two adults and accompanying children under the age of 18 to The Fells Main House and grounds. It is not valid for programs or events which include a fee.
  • NH State Parks: The pass grants admission for two adults and four children to any day-use park at no additional charge. Not valid at the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway, the Flume Gorge, Hampton Beach State Park – South Beach, Wallis Sands State Park, or metered parking. The pass may not be used for camping fees.

Fun things to borrow:

  • Browse, borrow, and enjoy titles from the New Hampshire State Library digital collection at or try Libby, Overdrive’s new app for enjoying ebooks and audiobooks! This is a free service to library cardholders – log in with your patron barcode. Keep up with the latest purchases on the NH Downloadable Books blog.
  • The Kindle is preloaded with e-books read for you to read. Call for more information or check it out the next time you are in.
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Programs and events:

  • Jackie Weiner Home Delivery Service! Salisbury Free Library now has a home delivery service! Any resident of Salisbury, NH with an ongoing condition that prevents the person from coming to the library is eligible. This service is absolutely free to patrons of the library. The only charges will be for lost or damaged materials. Deliveries will be made on a monthly basis by a volunteer driver. Patrons participating in this program can borrow books, audio books, magazines, DVDs, and jigsaw puzzles. You can obtain an application to participate in this new program or to volunteer by stopping into the library or by visiting the Home Delivery page of our website!
  • Artist, James E. Allen has artwork on display at the Salisbury Free Library! Stop by this summer to see his works up close!
  • Kevin Gardner: Discovering New England Stone Walls will be at Salisbury Free Library August 17th at 1pm! Kevin’s informal talk covers a few of the main topics in his book about New England stone walls, The Granite Kiss, touching on history, technique, stylistic development, and aesthetics. Kevin Gardner is a lifelong resident of Hopkinton, NH. Like a lot of independent rural Yankees, he’s been a jack of many trades, a builder, logger, writer, teacher, radio voice, even an actor and director. For more than forty years he has been a stone wall builder in a family business widely known for traditional New England stonework, particularly for historic restoration of antique structures.
  • The Library is also always accepting donations of books and movies. If we can not utilize them we can always add them to our yearly Book Sale on Old Home Day – August 10th, 2019
  • Yoga, Gentle Flow at Salisbury Free Library:Wednesdays July 10, 17, 24, 31. No classes in August.Suggested donation of $8 a participant.
  • Salisbury Free Library’s Summer Reading Program: A Universe of Stories beginning Monday June 24th and running until August 19th every Monday at 10:30 and Thursday at 3pm join us for a special themed story time and activity! This year there is also an activity booklet for adults – pick one up at the library.

The Children’s Literacy Foundation will be visiting the East Andover Village Preschool and Salisbury Elementary School on June 12th for the Finale Program as part of the literacy grant awarded to the Salisbury Free Library this year. Please join us for this wonderful event as Duncan presents kids of all ages with two brand new books each and does a fun storytelling event with each group.
East Andover Village Preschool ( event is at 10:30am
Salisbury Elementary School ( event is at 1:45pm
Thanks so much to CLiF for all they have done for our youth in and surrounding Salisbury, NH.
Did you know that on top of the CLiF grant Salisbury Free Library also received a mini grant to increase reading in youth 9-14. This is how Pizza and Pages was created. A Youth Book Group consisting of 3rd, 4th and 5th graders met once a month during the school year to talk about literature with their classmates. Thanks again CLiF for this great opportunity!


Library Bags! $10 each, to benefit the library! We only have five left in green!

What will our next color be?