What a special excuse to have a party this weekend! The Wilmot Public Library enjoyed a funny and inspiring talk by NY Times Bestseller Children's Book author David Elliott and then received our award for NHLTA Library of the Year! Community members received tshirts that show our library pride thanks to Walker Automotive, Scotts Yard Care, Jewell Excavation, and CWS Fencing. Delicious refreshments provided by the Friends of the Wilmot Public Library.
Is it difficult for you to visit our library? Would you like to have books delivered to your home?
If you are interested, call the Wilmot Library at 526-6804 or email us and give your name and phone number to the volunteer on duty. You will be contacted, and if you don’t have a library patron card, we will issue one for you.
We are having spectacular fall weather, so the Wilmot Public Library is partnering with the Wilmot Conservation Commission to create a family
story walk on a trail near the library. Parking is at the library and the trail is just up North Wilmot Rd. Here is a link to the trail map and info. A story walk is a short walk/hike that has pages of a children's picture book posted along the way. Please feel free to walk & read this book whenever it works for you and your family!
Woohoo! The Wilmot Public Library is thrilled and honored to have been chosen the 2016 Library of the Year by the New Hampshire Library Trustees Association. Here is a short video clip from YCN:
Now you can search the Wilmot Public Library's collection catalog from your own home (or mobile device!) Click on the logo to the left to begin. You can also go to our Catalog page on this website.
Just a reminder, during winter months, the Wilmot Public Library follows the Kearsarge Regional School District's weather closings. If the schools are closed, so are we. If there is a 2-hour delay, then the library will be open. If afternoon buses and evening activities for the schools are cancelled, then the library will be closed. On Saturdays we will make a call based on common sense. Check our website www.wilmotlibrary.org for updates.