Bethlehem Public Library
Bethlehem, New Hampshire
News and Events

All Bethlehem Public Library events are free and open to all residents and visitors of the North Country!

Let's Talk!

Fridays, 10:45am-Noon, begins September 21st

An informal discussion program, with a different topic every week. 

This month: Friendship, Decision-making, Humor, Stress

new friends

Homeschoolers Meet-Up

Friday, September 21st 1pm

Meet other homeschooling families in our area.  Make new friends!  Exchange ideas! 

You don't have to live in Bethlehem to join us.

Wellness WheelMonday, September 24th 5-7pm

Eight Dimensions of Wellness

A monthly program for seniors, the first evening introduces the eight dimensions of wellness (physical, emotional, environmental, financial, occupational, social, intellectual and spiritual) and is designed to inspire you to incorporate lifestyle behaviors that enhance your quality of life. Each month will delve into one of the eight dimensions.
The Library is a co-sponsor of this free program with Organized Acts of Kindness for Seniors (OAKS)


Tuesdays, beginning September 25th 1:30-4pm

Quilting with Everett

Everett Aldrich is back! A new 7-week class begins with "Finishing a Quilt" and a discussion of the group's next project.
Registration is required, space is limited.  Call the library 869-2409 to reserve your spot!

Thursday, September 27th 7pm

Historian Geoffrey Brahmer

Sephardic Jews in Spain:  Brahmer will present his research on the Jewish experience in Spain from the 5th century CE to the Spanish Inquisition in 1492.  Co-hosted by Bethlehem Synagogue.


The Frost Place

Wednesday, October 3rd 10am

                             Field Trip to The Frost Place                                                               

Meet us in Franconia to tour poet Robert Frost's house, now a museum, walk the poetry trail, and enjoy the mountain views from the front porch. 
Reservations are required for this free program.

Thursday, September 18th  Noon OR

Saturday, September 20th 9am 

Readers Cafe Book Discussion

This month's discussion book is Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance

Same book, two discussion times!

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Baffled by technology?  

You need

Tech Time

 (call for available times)

Make an appointment for one-on-one help with your device, learning to use the card catalog, beginning research using our journal and genealogy databases.  Ask us anything!  




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