Photographer Joel Rhymer

Featured Artist for July and August

"Personal Times" is a collection of recent photographs by Freedom photographer Joel Rhymer currently on display at the Freedom Public Library. Taken from a series of personal projects which Rhymer has pursued over the past few years, the works are a collection of some local landscapes, some thought-provoking documentary photos, and several candid "street" photographs that tell compelling stories. Rhymer includes narratives with many of the pieces to help the viewer understand the meaning and his personal connection to the photographs. The show is on display during July and August. 

Summer Reading 2018

Libraries Rock!

The 2018 Summer Reading Program officially begins on June 17. Any books you finish on or after that date can count toward your summer reading participation.

Check out our calendar for a complete list of events. Print calendars available at the library, or download a calendar here.

Stop by the library to register for the summer reading program, then bring in your reading logs to earn raffle tickets. You can download a reading log here, or pick them up at the library.

The Summer Reading Program ends on August 11.

Don't forget to enter this year's bookmark contest. Download an entry form here, or pick one up at the library. Entry deadline is July 7!

Museum Passes Available

Thanks to the Friends of the Library, we have passes for free or reduced admission to the following museums and attractions: Castle in the Clouds, Canterbury Shaker Village, Remick Farm, and Squam Lakes Natural Science Center. Just call or come by the library to reserve the pass for the day you want to go. You do not have to return the pass to the library. 

Click for more information about the available passes!

Borrow our Telescope!

Come borrow the library's telescope, donated to us by the New Hampshire Astronomical Society.  The telescope circulates for a week, and is available for patrons 18+ to check out. For more information, visit us at the library, or check out our Telescope Lending Policy.

Books on Wheels

Service to Home-bound Patrons

The Freedom Public Library is pleased to announce our home delivery service, Books on Wheels. This program provides services to Freedom residents who are unable to get to the library due to short/long term illness, physical challenges, visual disabilities, inability to drive, hospitalization or long-term care residence. Some of the benefits of our Books on Wheels program are personalized visits by a library volunteer and delivery of materials tailored to your preferences. We can deliver books, movies, magazines and audio books right to your home. If you or someone you know would like this service, please call the Freedom Public Library at (603) 539-5176.