The Friends of the Library are holding their annual book, bake and plant sale on Saturday, May 16th at the Grange Hall (across the street from the library.) Books at great prices, baked goods and wonderful varieties of heirloom tomatoes will be on sale. If you have books you would like to give us for […]
Borrow magazines from Overdrive
NHOverdrive, just as you borrow audio books and e-books. You must
either have a NOOK or you can simply download the NOOK app.
The following video explains how to set this up.
Let us know if you need assistance.
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 […]
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Friend the Library by becoming a member of our Friends Group, The Friends of the Kensington Public Library. The Friends of the Library is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to supporting one of Kensington’s greatest assets: its library. KPL uses the money generated by the Friends’ activities to pay for needed items and programs not […]
The Library follows SAU 16 in deciding when to close due to bad weather. If the schools are closed, the Library will also be closed. For a list of school closings visit www. WMUR.com.
The New Hampshire Downloadable Audiobook website has a new look! The front page now highlights the new ebooks collection. The collection currently contains 154 titles, and more will be purchased each week. To read ebooks you will need to download the free Adobe Digital Editions software. Ebooks can be transferred to a compatible device such […]
Teen Advisory Group Members Wanted If you’re in grade 6 and up and want to make a difference in how the library serves Kensington teens, we want your help. Join TAG, our new Teen Advisory Group, and let us know what kinds of books, movies, music, and programming for teens you’d like to see at […]
The New Hampshire State Library contracts with vendors to provide access to a number of databases selected to meet the needs of New Hampshire’s libraries, schools, and citizens. These include: newspapers, magazines, academic journals, books reviews, health resources, business journals, ancestry databases, and much more. All databases are available, without charge, at the Kensington Public […]