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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 […]




SEE Science Center Passes

Visit the SEE Science Center in Manchester for free with a Kensington Public Library pass. The SEE Science Center is the home of the LEGO® Millyard Project, a permanent exhibition built with 3 million LEGO® bricks.  For more information about this museum and the other museums for which passes available, call the Library or click […]


Visit the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston!

The Library has just added the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston to our collection of free and discounted museum passes. This new pass entitles two people to $7 MFA general admission. It does not include discounts on parking, shopping, dining, films, concerts, lectures, or other courses. The Museum is closed on Christmas Day and New […]



Cut the Carbon Kits are Here!

The Library is partnering with nhsaves, a collaboration of New Hampshire’s electric utilities, and the NH State Library to educate our patrons about their electricity use. Nhsaves has donated two Cut the Carbon kits to KPL. Each kit includes a Kill A Watt meter along with instruction sheet, energy tips brochure, and a bookmark.  Each […]


Teen Space

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 […]


Your Kensington Public Library card enables you to access extensive online research tools.

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 […]