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We would love allfeedback (positive and negative!)from our patrons. If you haven’t already completed our short survey, please click here:Library Survey 2014print it out,fill it in and bring it back to us.All who complete the survey will be in a raffle for a $50 gift card from Water Street Bookstore.


Making Sense of the Middle East

Wednesday, Nov. 12th @ 7:00 PM — “Making Sense of the Middle East” The current situation in the Middle East is not only frightening but can be very difficult to understand. To help us make sense of the ongoing issues in the Middle East, the library will host a discussion to examine the present conflict […]

Friday Movie Afternoons

  Friday Movie Afternoons:  We start at 1:00 on our new big screen TV in the Sawyer Room.  Popcorn and water will be served. October 24th at 1:00PM—The Chef.   When Chef Carl Casper suddenly quits his job at a prominent Los Angeles restaurant after refusing to compromise his creative integrity for its controlling owner; he […]

Borrow a Telescope!

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 […]

Library Value Calculator

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 […]

Friend the Library!

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 […]