Library Grounds Maintenance Contract 2019
for more information on submitting a bid for the Library's Grounds Maintenance Contract.
Winter Film Series 2019
The Winter Film Series for 2019 is underway! Flyers are available at the library and can be downloaded here
. This free series consists of six films shown in January, February and March on Sunday afternoons at 4:00. Following each movie, we offer a simple soup and bread supper, also free, for anyone who would like to stay for a meal and a chance to talk about the film. The library has a signup sheet for volunteers to bring soup, bread and dessert.
Photographer Joe Viger
Featured Artist for January and February
The featured artist for January and February is Joe Viger of Freedom. Joe is a freelance photographer who photographs the world around him, portraits and sports. Joe is a native of Northern NH and developed his love of photography capturing his adventures hiking the White Mountains. Joe creates dynamic landscape work and is also a leading endurance sports photographer who is published regularly and is the official photographer for some of the region's premier events such as the Mt. Washington Road Race. He also loves to make portraits of all types. You can learn more about his work at joeviger.com
. Join us for a sampling of Joe's landscape photographs framed and printed as dramatic and colorful canvas works at the Library through the end of February.
Museum Passes Available
Thanks to the Friends of the Library, we have passes for free or reduced admission to the following museums and attractions: Remick Farm is open year-round! 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.
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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.