Updated June 29. The Manchester City Library buildings remain closed to the public for the immediate future. With the lifting of the “stay at home” order the Main Library will start contactless curbside service on Monday June 22nd. This service will run Monday to Friday between the hours of 10 am and 2 pm to start. Please see our blog and our virtual newsletter for more details on this new service. Our book drops are open if you want to return materials, but you don't have to as they are still not due back nor are fines being charged! We will continue to provide updates on our services and next steps via our blog.
Chat with a librarian! Visit our blog, www.manchesterlibrary.org and try out our new chat feature. Chat will be monitored Monday-Friday, 9 A.M-5 P.M.
IMAGINE YOUR STORY 2020 SUMMER READING PROGRAM
Readers of all ages will explore the world of fairy tales and folk tales in this year's summer reading program. The children's program is open to ages 3 to 12, and the teen program is for ages 13 to 17. We will be tracking minutes with the online program READsquared. You can register online at manchesternh.readsquared.com or over the phone at 624-6550 ext. 3328.
SUMMER PROGRAMMING GUIDE
Are you looking for something for your family to do this summer in Manchester? Take a look at the Manchester 2020 Summer Family Guide. The guide lists activities, camps and services being offered by many Manchester city departments, local organizations and agencies this summer. There are so many great programs and activities happening throughout the city that you can enjoy either in-person or remotely. Buckle up! It's going to be a great summer for families in Manchester!
TEMPORARY LIBRARY CARDS
Don't have a library card? Had a card, but it expired? Sign up for a temporary library card! You'll receive a confirmation e-mail with a library card number that will let you download books and movies while we're closed.
A Statement from the Manchester City Library on racism and discrimination