There's something for everyone at the Goffstown Public Library.
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The Library Will Be Closed:
Monday, February 20
 
If the Library closes for bad weather, we will inform WZID and WMUR. It will also be posted on our Facebook Page and at www.goffstownlibrary.com.
Sugar Detox 101
Limiting Sugar In Your Diet 
Friday, February 3 at 10 a.m. 

Learn more about how foods high in sugar sneak into our diet and effective ways to reduce them. Brought to you by the Goffstown Public Library and Goffstown Parks and Recreation, in conjunction with Southern New Hampshire Services

Location: Parks & Rec Building at 155 S. Mast Street

Registration is requested:
Read. Discuss. Repeat.
Book Discussion Groups

2017 Book Discussion Groups
Monthly afternoon and evening group meetings.

Drama, intrigue, mystery, fiction, non-fiction, sci-fi, and fantasy - our book discussion groups cover them all! All adults and teens are welcome to attend and share opinions.

For dates and all book titles:
Calendar Highlights
Don't Miss These Events 
To see all the events we have in store this month, please visit our online calendar.

Adults
  • Check Out What's Cookin' Cookbook Club: Saturday 2/18; 11am. This month's cookbook: Chef Paul Prudhomme's Louisiana Kitchen. Registration is required.
  • A Pet Owner's Guide to Cat and Dog Emergencies: Tuesday 2/21; 6:30pm. Registration is requested.

Teens

  • Hype Club: Saturday 2/4; 12-1pm.
  • The Collegiate Experience: Wednesday 2/8; 4-6pm. Registration is required.
  • Creative Writing Club: Saturday 2/11; 12-1pm.

Kids

  • National Take Your Child to the Library Day: Saturday 2/4; 9am - 1:30pm.
  • LEGO┬« Blocks @ The Library: Monday 2/27; 10am - 2pm.
Love Is Love Comic
Love is Love comic

The #1 New York Times bestselling graphic novel Love is Love is now available on hoopla digital.  

Created by some of the comic industry's top talent, Love is Love honors those affected by the Pulse Nightclub tragedy in Orlando, Florida.  This unique anthology is a collection of stories celebrating love in all its forms.  

All proceeds from this title will be donated to the LGBTQ nonprofit and advocacy organization Equality Florida.

Click here to borrow Love is Love and to take part in this historic comics event.

You can borrow up to 5 titles each month with your library card with hoopladigital.
Magazines At Your Fingertips
Read magazines with your library card with Zinio for Libraries.

Read Magazines Free With Your Library Card
Read in your browser or app

It's easy to get started with Zinio for Libraries. For all of our downloadable and streaming options, please visit the Downloadables menu link.

And don't forget, we always have many magazine options for you:

Just some of the magazines available:

Us Weekly
Rolling Stone
Woman's World
American Patchwork & Quilting
Better Homes & Gardens
The Family Handyman
Newsweek
National Geographic
Food Network
Prevention
Wired
Popular Mechanics
Men's Health
Glamour
Reader's Digest
Good Housekeeping
Seventeen
Marie Claire
Vogue
Country Living
Women's Health
Forbes
Macworld
Cosmopolitan

Featured Resource
NewsBank for news content from local_ regional_ and national sources.
Featured Resource
Even when you can't get to the Library, we have features that are available 24/7.

Digital newspapers provide you with news content from local, regional, and national sources.
If you need a password to access these features, please give us a call at 603-497-2102, or visit My Account online to reset.
How To Spot Fake News
How to Spot Fake News via info at FactCheck.org

How to Spot Fake News via FactCheck.org and IFLA.org.
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The Goffstown Public Library will serve as a primary resource for community information needs. It will provide a comfortable place for citizens to access quality materials and programs, enhance cultural awareness and to explore issues of local, national and global interest.