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April 17, 2023

National Volunteer Week

At the Goffstown Public Library, we are honored to work with many dedicated and impassioned volunteers: Joan, who brings her dog Candy to us for children to read aloud and improve their skills; the Friends of the Goffstown Public Library, a small and mighty group of volunteers who raises money
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March 31, 2023

National Poetry Month

"Poetry surprises and deepens our sense of the ordinary. Poetry tells us that the world is full of wonder, revelation, consolation, and meaning." Tracy K. Smith U.S. Poet Laureate (2017-2019 ) National Poetry Month is the largest literary celebration in the world, with tens of millions of readers, students, K-12
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There has been a lot of conversation regarding the annual visitor/door count number collected by the Goffstown Public Library and stated at the town deliberative session. There has been a call to collect the number of unique visitors instead, and that to do otherwise is misleading and lying to the community.I
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February 21, 2023

Goffstown Candidates

Town & School Candidate Information 2023 Candidate Information Booklet – view on your screen or print your own copy.These booklets were compiled in collaboration with the Town Clerk’s office and Town Clerk Cathy Ball. All information was provided voluntarily by the candidates, and all spelling or grammatical errors are their
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February 20, 2023

Presidents’ Day

The Library will be OPEN during Presidents’ Day on February 20, 2023. Presidents’ Day, the third Monday in February, is a federal holiday honoring our first president, George Washington, whose birthday is February 22. We also traditionally honor President Abraham Lincoln, whose birthday is February 12. (archives.gov) For Teens The
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