Read all about it: Henniker library opening Sunday afternoons
Beginning last Sunday, the library welcomed patrons to sit, relax, do a crossword puzzle or read, all in an effort to meet the community’s needs.
“We felt it was necessary to provide additional hours to better serve these community members, some who may not be using our library because of the inconvenient hours,” said Osgood.
To take advantage of the new weekend hours, the library will be hosting special programs on Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m. in January and February.
On Jan. 12, New Hampshire storyteller Jo Radner will share her “Wit and Wisdom” at the Tucker. On Jan. 26, Portsmouth musician Jeff Warner will perform his own special brand of folk songs with a performance called “Music in my Pocket.” And on Feb. 23, author Rebecca Rule will take a humorous look at the people and places of the Granite State.
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