Welcome to the James A. Tuttle Library! Masks are now optional at this time. Please don't come into the library if you are not feeling well.
Curbside service remains if you would rather not come in. Our pick up cart is available if you want to pop in and out quickly.
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!
Summer Reading ENDS August 13!
Now is the time to finish up your books and bring in your logs or call us with book totals! If you've read a milestone amount below you're eligible for a GRAND PRIZE RAFFLE TICKET! .............................................................. Adults / Young Adults:
Read 5 books and win a prize & raffle ticket! Kids 12 and under:
Read 20 books and win a prize & raffle ticket! Choose from these great prize raffles & more!
We'll be pulling the winners in August.
We'll call you if you're a winner!
Eclectic Book Club The Eclectic Book Club meets this month on Thursday, August 18th from 2:15 - 3:15pm and the book is Snow in August by Pete Hamill.
Make It 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!
The Antrim Antiracism Study and Discussion Group
will be sharing responses to Theo Wilson's talk at the Monadnock Summer Lyceum at their August 18th meeting, from 6:30-8 p.m. The talk was entitled From Enemies to Enlightenment: The Hidden Gift Within Racial Tension. Mr. Wilson spoke at the Lyceum on June 26th; his talk was moderated by Hancock resident Doug Sutherland and is available at the Lyceum's website: https://www.monadnocklyceum.org/
Since a teenager, Wilson has had a passion for social justice and for art. At 15 he began his speaking career with the N.A.A.C.P, completed a degree in Theatre Performance at Florida A&M, and as the slam poet Lucifury, was a founding member of the Denver Slam Nuba team winning the National Poetry Slam in 2011. His first book, The Law of Action in 2017, argues for action as a wellspring of spiritual growth and a means of understanding and changing the darkness in our world and ourselves. At home in Denver, he is Executive Director of Shop Talk Live, with the barber shop as a staging ground for community dialogue and healing. For the past fifteen years, he has also been a guest poet with Art from Ashes, helping at-risk youth overcome trauma and save relationships. If you have questions or want to join the group, contact Linda Bundy at (603) 588-2254. We meet virtually on the third Thursday of the month and welcome all to join us.
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.