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Brother Wireless Printer Drivers
Click on printer image above to go to the Brother website, then click on Downloads and follow instructions to download the driver for our new wireless printers located near public computer #7 and in the fireplace room.
STORIES, SONGS and CRAFT
TUESDAYS at 6:00 Wear your pjs and be ready for bed!
FRIDAYS at 11:00!!!
The Library and the Altrusa Club of Meredith have joined together to offer a materials delivery service to the homebound of Moultonborough.
Altrusa members will deliver and pick up books and other library materials on a 2 week cycle.
Please call the library for more information.
CHILDREN'S TEA PARTY
SATURDAY, APRIL 25 12-1PM
Children's Tea party! Girls bring your favorite doll or teddy, we'll serve tea, sandwiches and dessert. Make a Mother's Day card for someone special.
MAY POLE CELEBRATION
FRIDAY, MAY 1 11AM
Celebrate May Day, we'll crown a King & Queen of the May and enjoy a basket of sweet treats!
Rain or shine!
FREE COMPUTER HELP
First and Third Wednesdays
Have a question about your computer? Laptop? Printer? Wireless? Want to learn how to download a library ebook onto your Kindle, Nook or smart phone?
Don Campbell of PC Handyman will be at the Library from 11am-1pm on the first and third Wednesday of each month to answer your questions.
Please call for an Appointment
MOLLY... OUR OFFICAL GREETER DOG
Book Bags $15.00
Support the Friends of the Library! Bag is white with green trim, 14 x 16 inches, includes outside pocket, flat bottom, snap closure.
Check out our Local History tab from the list on left side of home page
In honor of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, here is Moultonborough's Joseph F. Wentworth, Co. G, 12th NH Volunteers
Company G of the 12th had the most men from Moultonborough of any New Hampshire unit. 320 members of the regiment were killed, or died of wounds or disease. Their engagements included Fredericksburg, the "Mud March," Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Cold Harbor, and the siege of Petersburg and the Mine Explosion, as well as the occupation of Richmond. Pictured above is Corporal Joseph F. Wentworth of Moultonborough, wounded at Chancellorsville and killed at Gettysburg on July 2, 1863. This picture of Corporal Wentworth was copied from an original image owned by a descendant, and the originals of two letters that he wrote home during the war are in safekeeping at the library.