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Upcoming Programs

Author Mary Kronenwetter: Pauper Auction

March 30 @ 6:30pm (via Zoom)

In the new historical novel Pauper Auction, Grantham author Mary Kronenwetter explores this early form of 'poor relief' and life in rural New Hampshire after the Revolutionary War.

Mary will read excerpts from the book, discuss her research, and advocate for historical fiction's role in illuminating the past and helping us make sense of the world we live in today.

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How to be an Animal Adventurer

April 29 @ 11am (in-person)

Susie Spikol, author of The Animal Adventurer's Guide, will entertain with games and activities to teach children how to become expert nature observers. 

Join us outside the library for this family friendly event!

[Over the course of her 30 year career as a naturalist, Susie Spikol has taught thousands of children, parents, and teachers and given hundreds of talks at nature centers, schools, universities, libraries, and conferences. She is the recipient of New Hampshire’s Environmental Educator Award.]


Visits with Scooter

Contact us for a reservation

Adorable pup Scooter, and his human Diane, are seasoned volunteers at Caring Animal Partners and have visited kids across NH, bringing smile to schools, libraries, and parks.

We are thrilled that Scooter and Diane will now be regulars at the Etna Library!

To make a reservation to pet Scooter and read to him, email us at, call 603-643-3112, or stop by the Circulation Desk!

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