Bethlehem Public Library events are free and open to all residents and
visitors of the North Country!
Library Annual Book Sale
During regular library hours (closed July 4th)
Summer Reading at the Library
8 Weeks of Free Programs! A Summer of fun for the whole family!
Registration begins June 24th for reading logs and Bingo games
while all programs are open to the public, logs and Bingo are only for
patrons able to participate all summer (June -Aug)
Readers PreK – 3rd grade completed: keep a reading log to win prizes
Readers 4th – 12th grade completed: complete 9-square Bingo for a chance to win a grand prize
Adult Readers: play Bingo for weekly and grand prizes
BONUS: Each family that comes to a program gets a chance to win a Basket of Goodies!
Tuesday, July 9th 11am
Planetarium at the Library
and Astronomy professor, Douglas Arion, PhD, brings a portable
planetarium for a program on stars and constellations. A program
for all ages.
Friday, July 12th 1pm
Smokey Bear Visits the Library!
* Meet Smokey Bear when he arrives on a wildland fire engine!
* Learn what it’s like to be a NH Forest Ranger!
* Bethlehem Fire Chief Jack Anderson and his fire truck will be here too!
* Check out the fire engines — a touch-a-truck opportunity!
* Have your photo taken with Smokey!
Wednesday, July 17th 1pm
Paper Airplanes with WMSI
White Mountain Science will be here to help us build the best paper airplanes, and see how far they can fly!
Thursday, July 18th
Saturday, July 20th 9am
Cafe Book Discussion
discussion book is Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly
book, two discussion times!
to see more Readers Cafe books
Thursday, July 25th 3pm
Physics and Astronomy professor, Douglas Arion, PhD is back to help us create our own constellation night sky box
Tuesday, July 30th 11am
McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center
The Comet Show
this workshop, participants will learn about comets through creating
one themselves. Then they will create a comet look like with dry
ice and other materials.
*This program is for age 8+*
Every Friday, 10:40am
An informal discussion program, with a different topic every week.
July topics: Projects, What would you save in a fire?, Our Town
for available times)
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!