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Casual Bridge Has Moved
Beginning in August, Bridge players will meet at the Holderness Town Hall at 1.

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This Week in History

Stitch and Chat!
The Stitch and Chat  knitters and Needlepoint-ers have combined, and will meet at the Holderness Town Hall at 1 p.m. on Tuesdays beginning on September 2oth.

Our Mission: "To create a vibrant place where people can connect"

On Saturday, Sept. 17th, The Esther Horstmann Award was presented.
Congratulations to Betty Ferguson!
 Esther Horstmann is remembered for her exceptional service and
devotion to the Holderness Free Library and its community. This
award is meant to honor those who have followed in her footsteps.

The first recipient is Betty Ferguson.

She is well known for her talented sewing projects and enthusiasm in library service.
Three children's books about sewing were presented to the library in her honor.


Story Time and Construction!
Join us Wednesdays at 10 a.m.
There is as much happening on the inside as on the outside!   

Time For Some Construction Updates!
You may have heard some of them!
There have been many exciting changes on
September 12th and 13th. Take a look!


A Closer Look At Recent Changes!

More Action Going On Outside!
We even have a new sign!

Have You Taken a Walk by the Library?
This is what you will see!
The construction site in the rain Friday, August 26th a.m.

Did You Hear That Bang?
Holderness Free Library will have a new well!
On Wednesday, August 24th there was a large bang right in the middle of story time.  What happened? Water was found for the library's new well. 
This is what it looked like.