Because of heat and threatening storms this afternoon, we are postponing the ice cream social until August. Stay tuned.
We’re closed on Friday, July 4th but will be back again on Saturday from 9-1.
Summer Reading Programs for kids, teens and adults! Sign ups start Tuesday, June 24th. Lots of prizes and events and a special raffle for teens and kids who enroll the first week…4 tickets to Water Country!
We still have lots of heirloom tomatoes on the Library’s porch for you to buy. They are $2.50 each (honor system…leave money in the slot.) We will also be at the Grange on Monday, May 26th during the Memorial Day Parade selling books and plants.
Richard Rubin, author of Last of the Doughboys, will speak at the Library on Wednesday, May 28th at 7PM.
Friday, June 20th we will be showing an oldie. “Fried Green Tomatoes” with Kathy Bates, Jessica Tandy, Mary Stuart Masterson, Mary-Louise Parker and Cicely Tyson. Hope you can join us at 1pm. Popcorn and water served.
Two of the artists (Elaine Bodwell and grandson Will Hoffmaster) painting their nested dolls at our workshop on Saturday, March 22nd with Russian artist and historian , Marina Forbes. We all had a great time and took home our beautiful creations. Thanks to all who came.
STAR GAZE IN YOUR BACKYARD! BORROW OUR NEW ORION TELESCOPE. The New Hampshire Astronomical Society and Astronomy Magazine have made it possible for Kensington Library to own and rent out an Orion Star Blast Telescope for you and your family to use for star gazing! Please come in and sign up to take out […]
Calculate how much the Library is saving you. Libraries throughout the state of New Hampshire offer a variety of entertainment and educational materials to taxpayers at a very economical rate. The average New Hampshire taxpayer contributes about $26 in taxes per year to fund public libraries and their services.1 But how much would they need […]
This list of burial records was compiled by Kensington Historical Society members from all known cemetery records in the town of Kensington. It includes the Upper Yard, the Lower Yard, the Dearborn Annex and all the small family cemeteries for which records can be found. The information from the records was checked against that on […]