• Sign up for our Summer Reading Program!

    Libraries Rock: Summer reading program at VCPL designed for all agesJoin us for a rockin' and a rollin' bunch of summer fun at Maxfield Public Library!! Kids under 12 can sign up and get a reading log and read for prizes and fun. Kids 12 and up and teens and adults have a chance to sign up  upstairs and play our own version of Book Monopoly to win prizes and have a blast!!  Some of this year's donated prizes include miniature golf tickets from Chucksters, tickets from Red River Theater, gift certificates for the driving range and 9 holes of golf at the Loudon Country Club, and bookings for the Granite State Escape. More prizes for raffles are arriving daily. So are new books! What could be better - great books! Fantastic programs and activities! Prizes! 
  • Movie Afternoon!!

    On Tuesday, July 17th we will show a new release movie in our Community Meeting Room. Join us for popcorn and frozen treats to watch with friends and neighbors. Call the Library for more info.
     




Wild About Turtles!

Project Nature

Join us Tuesday, August 7 at 10:30 am for
    Wild About Turtles!
Got questions? We have the answers!

Mind-Blowing Matter Rocks!

Children's Museum of NH

The Children's Museum of NH is coming to the library!
Join us on Tuesday, July 31 at 10:30 am, for this event.
                        
Explore matter from tiny molecules to exploding volcanoes!
Learn how rocks can change their state of matter.

A museum educator will lead children in a hands-on, exciting,
and informative presentation - with a focus on geology and other
subjects that ROCK!

Magic by George


Mariposa Museum comes to the Library


Drum Circle

Saturday, July 14th @ 10:30 a.m.

Join us to participate in this amazing program led by Karen Lacharitie. Drum circles are believed to help healing and meditation practices among other values. Karen will bring an assortment of drums and rhythms and lead the group which will be held (weather permitting) on the patio outside the Children's Room. In case of rain, this activity will be held in the Meeting Room. 

Book Discussion

Thursday July19th @ 7 p.m.

A book discussion group gives readers an opportunity to read something they might not have chosen themselves, and to share ideas with others in a friendly atmosphere. This month we are reading and discussing "News of the World" by  Paulette Jiles. In this simply written novel, we have a view of the Old West that many of us were unaware of...."In the wake of the Civil War, Captain Jefferson Kyle Kidd travels through northern Texas, giving live readings from newspapers to paying audiences hungry for news of the world." He is escorting a terrified little girl back to her family from Indian captivity Great story and a lot to talk about. Join us! Please note the change of date of this discussion!