Saturday, September 10 will bring two events to the Library. The first is at 10:00 a.m., when Mass Audubon presents a program on butterflies, with some beautiful photography included in the presentation. Learn about how to attract different butterflies to
The Friends Book Sale returns! Choose from thousands of like-new and slightly-worn novels, travels guides, cookbooks, biographies, children’s books, and many more categories. Snag a game or a doll, also. Everything is priced to sell at 50 cents and up.
Read Educated by Tara Westover in September, and consider the role education played in your growing up and how you continue your lifelong education today. Attend films and a book discussion in October and Indie Author Day in November. All
Scott Santino from Mass Audubon will be at the library on Saturday, September 10 at 10:00 a.m. to talk about butterflies! Learn about the species (Scott has beautiful photography to share) that can be found in Nahant. Learn how to
Two hundred and three years ago, the Nahant Library collection was formed with “ten hundred” books given to the Town of Nahant. One hundred fifty years ago, Nahant Public Library became a free library to its community. One hundred twenty-seven
On Saturday, May 14, 2022, join the Friends of Nahant Library and many other town organizations up at East Point on Saturday. NOTE: the morning activities are by Canoe Beach at East Point (Davis Memorial Park), not the Veterans Memorial
The Library has COVID-19 test kits available. These are the same as town hall’s, and the FDA has extended their efficacy date to expire in July of 2022, so use with confidence. We can also help if you are unsure
What’s happening to the library? Not to worry, work has begun to restore the windows, roof, gutters, and drainage. The windows will be repaired off site and returned soon. We will continue operations wherever possible, and will let you know
Take a break after voting and come to the Friends Mini-Book Sale on Saturday, April 30, 10:00-4:00 at the Library. There will be a few books to tempt you near the entrance, and many more upstairs on the 3rd floor.
The American Library Association has reported that book challenges and outright bans are more numerous than ever before. What is it all about? Is it happening in Massachusetts? What can we do? What are our rights when it comes to