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Welcome!

The Lincoln Public Library prides itself on being at the center of our community, a place where all can participate in a wonderful world of education, recreation, and social gatherings. A friendly, community-based atmosphere to read, research and explore new and exciting places. We encourage you to take part in all we have to offer. Our patron's needs are as diverse as they come; our programming, events, services, and varied collection reflect those needs. We welcome one and all to our library!


IN THE NEWS

Free Program

TONIGHT at 7:00pm THE ABOLITIONISTS OF NOYES ACADEMY

 

Friends of Lincoln Library gifts

Gypsies

The Friends of Lincoln Library generously purchased 2 iPAD's and a iMac computer for use by our patrons. Come in and see these great additions to our technology.
CHECK OUT THE MUSEUM PASSES THAT WE HAVE AVAILABLE. Fairbanks Museum, Castle in the Clouds, Currier Museum of Art, Squam Lake Science Center.
We also have online access to the Wall Street Journal, Union Leader and Consumer Reports, call us to get the login info.

 

 


ARTIST on exhibit .......to be announced


Library Shelves


 


Upcoming Events

Movie Night at the Library

              

The Lincoln Public Library hosts a FREE Movie night on the last Wednesday of each month starting at 5:00pm. All are welcome. Please call 745-8159 to reserve your seat as space is limited and inquire to the film showing.

 

 


     The Abolitionists of Noyes Academy

Thursday September 18, 2014 at 7:00pm

In 1835, abolitionists opened one of the nation’s first integrated schools in Canaan, NH
Dan Billin plumbs the depths of anti-abolitionist sentiment in early-nineteenth-century New England, and the courage of three young friends destined for greatness. New Hampshire’s first experiment in educational equality was brief, but it helped launch the public careers of a trio of extraordinary African American leaders: Henry Highland Garnet, Alexander Crummell, and Thomas Sipkins Sidney.
Sponsored by a New Hampshire Humanities To Go grant, and is free and open to all.

 

 

 

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