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Book Discussion for August
The Girls of Atomic City: The Untold Story of the Women Who Helped Win World War IIThe Girls of Atomic City: The Untold Story of the Women Who Helped Win World War II By Denise Kiernan
"They came from all across the United States, to a city not found on any map. They were forbidden to talk about their work, even to each other. Racing against the clock to save their country, these young women would change the war- and the world forever." Sound intriguing?  Join the discussion at noon on  Wednesday, September 16th at the library.

Casual Bridge

Join the Casual Bridge group on Wednesday afternoons for a relaxing and social gathering to play Bridge!

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This Week in History

Library Trustees Meeting
The Board of Library Trustees will meet on Tuesday, August 25th@ 5 p.m.This meeting is open to the public and everyone interested in the Holderness Library is encouraged to attend

Stitch and Chat!

Join the Friday morning knitters.
They meet every Friday at 10:30 for a companionable time to chat and knit together!

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

With Rebecca Rule
Drawing on research and experience, Rebecca Rule will regale the audience with stories of the rituals, traditions, and history of town meetings including the characters, the literature, and OF COURSE, THE HUMOR!!!

The library will welcome Rebecca on September 16th @ 7:30 at the Holderness Historical Society Building. This program is free thanks to a grant from the New Hampshire Humanities Council. Please come and enjoy this wonderful evening!wink
An Exciting Time For All
 Wednesday, Aug. 12th "Lindsay and Her Puppet Pals" entertained us for the Summer Reading Program Finale!  Nearly 40 children read their way through the summer, giving us a great reason to celebrate. It was a day to remember!

A big thank you to the town of Holderness for the use of the Town Hall.  It was the perfect location.
Thank you!!
For years, Chaz Esseltine, aka "the Origami guy", has volunteered his time and talent to share the joy of creating Origami at the library. Young and not-so-young have enjoyed making beautiful folded artwork under Chaz's direction and encouragement. The last two years, he has also shared his enthusiasm and skill of building with Legos, with kids, at the library. He only visits us once a year, but his visits are always much anticipated and enjoyed. This year, noting the sad pitiful little collection of Legos at the library, Chaz and his wife Adrienne made a wonderful gift of two HUGE sets of brand new Legos. Thank you so much, Chaz and Adrienne, for your generosity to Holderness Free Library!!
Wednesday Book Discussions
Why join a Book Discussion Group?

A Book Discussion Group offers individuals an opportunity to read and share ideas and opinions of books in a friendly, relaxed environment. It encourages participants to read different types of books that they might otherwise overlook, and it gives everyone a chance to enjoy talking about the books that are read.  Please consider joining our group and enjoy the lively exchange of ideas