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What's New at The Madbury Public Library




On Our Rotating Bookshelf

Throughout the Summer


Great Reads From the Cellar





Every Wednesday from 11:00-12:00!

Suggested donation of
 $1.00 for hardcovers,
50 cents or less for paperbacks.

Please enter through the lower level door, off parking lot.



New Movies @ The Library

Please note that all movies now circulate for 7 days. 

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             We have many more new movies @ the library not showcased above. 

Stop in and check one out!

******************************************************************                    Story Time

Story Time will return in September!



Our Book Groups meet every month to discuss interesting, current, thought-provoking books. New members are always welcome! Copies of the book to be discussed are available at the library.

The DAYTIME BOOK GROUP will meet again on Monday, September 28, 3:00.

The EVENING BOOK GROUP will also meet again in the Fall of 2015!




FRIENDS of the Madbury Library NEWS



Friends of the Madbury Library meet on

the second Thursday of the month at 7 p.m.  The next meeting will be Thursday, August 13.
Open to all!

Click on the link to learn more:.

Madbury Library Building Program  





Interested in writing? Join the Madbury Library Writing Group! Whether you write memoir, poetry or fiction, this a wonderful opportunity to share your work and receive input from other group members. Newcomers are always welcome to join the group for a fun, low-key and rewarding experience! We meet the second Monday of every month at 5:15 pm.  Our next meeting will be September 14.

Click on the link below for a poem in honor of Kristin Valentine, and our new logo.

Poem for Kristin Valentine.


Quilting Group

The Madbury Quilters every Monday at 1:00 pm.



The Trustees usually meet on the third Monday of the month at 9:00 am.  

The next meeting will take place on August 17.


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Friends of Madbury Library!

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Young Adult Fiction

Children's Fiction
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Compute what Madbury Library has saved you!


Check out these websites for reading suggestions:

What's Next: Books in Series thanks to What's Nextâ„¢: Books in Series Database of Kent District Library.

New York Times Best Sellers



Need Information about The Affordable Care Act?

Beginning in October 2013, people without health insurance, who are not eligible for coverage through their employer, Medicaid, or Medicare, can apply for coverage available through state-based exchanges. There are many websites with information to help you navigate this complex issue - a few are listed below.

www.whitehouse.gov/healthreform - general information and a timeline of expected implementation dates for different elements.

www.hhs.gov/healthcare/facts/bystate/nh.html - this site is NH specific.

http://kff.org/health-reform/ - this non-government site includes a health insurance subsidy calculator which estimates what you can expect to pay for health insurance.

www.healthcare.gov - this has a questionnaire that will help you learn if you qualify for lower cost insurance.

http://nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/healthinsurance.html - Scroll down to Specific Conditions for information about the Affordable Care Act.

The library has four public access computers. Staff can provide basic instructions on how to search for information and how to find specific websites.