You can now register online for programs and events online through our website. Tuttle Library Programs and Event Registration.Easily sign up for all programs and activities in the library, add events to a calendar, and invite friends. As always - you can still call 588-6786 or email to sign up for programs - whatever is easiest for you!
Great Decisions Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs. The program model involves reading the Great Decisions Briefing Book, watching the documentary film series, and meeting in a Discussion Group to discuss the most critical global issues facing America today. All meetings are held at the library at 6:30pm.
Thursday, November 3rd Industrial Policy Thursday, November 10th Biden’s Foreign Policy Agenda
Distinguished Lecturer Series
Saturday, November 5th at 10:30
Ken Sheldon the author of Deep Water
On August 13, 1918, William K. Dean was murdered, his body dumped in a cistern on his Jaffrey farm. Was the murderer his ailing wife? Was it his best friend, a politically powerful banker? Or was it a former tenant, suspected of being a German spy? Kenneth M. Sheldon will read and sign copies of his book Deep Water, an in-depth examination into the murder that shocked the entire region.
Eclectic Book Club Thursday, November 17th, 2:25 to 3:15p.m. Please join the Eclectic Book Club as they meet in the library to discuss Jodi Picoult's book: Leaving Time.
Fostering Community Conversations on Racial Justice.
Antrim's "Fostering Community Conversations on Racial Justice": group (formerly the Antrim Antiracism Study Group) is committed to inspiring our community to discuss issues related to racial justice. We meet the third Thursday of each month from 6:30-8 pm via Zoom.
Beginning in October, we will discuss Dying of Whiteness: How the Politics of Racial Resentment is Killing America's Heartland, by Jonathan Metzel. Metzel is a white physician and sociologist who has studied how racial anxieties fueled legislative actions that have weakened health outcomes, increased gun violence and the dropout rate for all. Metzl demonstrates how cooperation would benefit white America more than supremacy.
For November 17 - Part II Tennessee
For December 15 - Part III Kansas and Conclusion/Afterward
Contact Linda Bundy at 603-588-2254 for more info & to get the link.
LEGO Mondays 3:30 - 4:30pm, Monday afternoons
in the Children's Room Meet on Mondays in the kids room and create with Legos and other building toys. We have Duplo blocks for younger kids, Keva wood blocks and K’Nex building kits. We’ll display your creations for a week until the next Monday!
Memory Brick Walkway Campaign to Donald A. Dunlap Memorial Gazebo
The first round order of commemorative bricks has been placed with approximately 170 bricks. The hope is that the initial order will be installed soon. Orders for a second and final installment can be ordered online @ https://www.bricksrus.com/donorsite/bricksfortuttle or by filling out an order form at the Library. Additionally, the gazebo now has electricity and an interior ceiling lamp installed so it is lit up at night!
Contact Rick Wood with any questions firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-345-0121.
Curbside Service! Curbside Pickup: Please call 588-6786, reserve through our catalog, or email email@example.com to request items from the Library. You will be alerted with a text, email or phone call when your item is ready for pick up during our normal operating hours. Pickup Procedure: You can walk in and pick up your book on the hold cart at the back entrance or give us a call at 588-6786 and we will bring your items out to your car.
Tuttle Library Hours:
Closed: Friday, November 11th for Veterans Day
Closed: Thursday, November 24,
Friday, November 25, and
Saturday, November 26 for Thanksgiving.
We apologize for any inconvenience. -------------------------