The Mission of the Gorham Public Library is to inspire and empower people. Connecting our community through equal access to programs, information, education, experiences, and literature in order to foster lifelong learning. We strive to preserve the freedom for all to read, learn, and discover.
On March 15th at 12pm the Believe In Books Literacy Foundation is coming to Gorham Public Library for a special Dr. Seuss Story time! Children will each be given a book to keep and there will be a special visit from The Cat in the Hat himself!
Please call to register #466-2525
"Laura Ingalls Wilder in Song"
presented by: Laura Keyes
Laura Ingalls Wilder fans the world over know how important the music of Pa's fiddle was to the Ingalls family in their journeys all over the American frontier. Hear Laura’s story through the songs she and her family loved to sing out on the prairie. Learn folk songs from long ago, and discover why Pa’s fiddle meant so much to Laura. Please join us as Laura Keyes presents "Laura Ingalls Wilder in Song" at Gorham Public Library on March 2nd at 2pm. Experience the music that traveled with the Ingalls family to all of their little houses across this country. Refreshments from the “Little House Cookbook” will be served.
Gorham Public Library will be hosting a lego club every first Friday of each month at 3pm. Please call for more information.
Gorham Public Library has a toddler play group every Thursday at 3pm.
Check out our amazing telescope! It is a donation from the New Hampshire Astronomical Society, with funds from Astronomy Magazine. If you'd like to take it home for a week (yes, really!), just come on in!