Meeting Room

Tea Program: Wine Tea

Never heard of wine tea before? Stop in to try some out! Listen to presenter Lewis Eaton, winemaker and owner of Sweet Baby Vineyard, discuss wine making while you sip this special tea. 

Please note that despite the name of the tea, it is non-alcoholic. Tea being served is a Canadian Ice Wine Tea. Although it is not required, we greatly appreciate participant contributions of a small dessert, fruit, etc. 

Teen Art Night

Calling middle and high school students!  Join us  for teen art night!  We supply materials, you bring the ideas. Feel free to bring a project you've been working on or start something new.

 Grades 5 and up. 

Teen Game Night

Calling middle and high school students!  Join us every other Wednesday for teen game night!  The library has a variety of games available, or feel free to bring your own from home.  Grades 5 and up. 

Nonfiction Book Club: Taking of Jemima Boone

The Library’s Nonfiction Book Club discusses The Taking of Jemima Boone - Colonial Settlers, Tribal Nations, and the Kidnap that Shaped America by Matthew Pearl on Tuesday, June 7 at 1 pm. Copies of the book are available to borrow. Bestselling author, Pearl, explores the little-known true story of the kidnapping of thirteen-year-old Jemima Boone, Daniel Boone's daughter, by a Cherokee-Shawnee raiding party. The ensuing battle has reverberations that nobody could predict. All readers are welcome to the discussion.

Wildlife Encounters

Our friends at Wildlife Encounters Ecology and Wellness Center will return this year with a selection of live animals to educate and delight you!  

Wildlife Encounters' live-animal outreach programs are educational, interactive, and fun!

This program is best for those age three and older (including adults!), though we leave the minimum age up to parents/caregivers and younger siblings are always welcome.

This program will be held on the library front lawn.  In the case of inclement weather, we will move indoors.  

UNH Marine Docents Whales and Seals

The UNH Marine Docents program is coming to HPL to teach our young scientists about whales and seals with hands-on learning fun!

We will investigate questions like:

  • How do marine mammals stay warm?
  • How big are they?
  • How do they eat? 

We will explore these questions with hands-on activities such as blubber gloves, feeding frenzy, and measuring a whale.

This program is best for children in grades K-3.


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