Dover Public Library
November eNewsletter
All-Ages Music & Movement 
Come join in on a fun morning filled with drumming, singing, dancing, and play on Saturday, November 9 at 10am. Dr. Irena McQuarrie, of Harmony Embodied, will be leading song games, body percussion, drum games, jams and more. Think drum circle... with a twist! Bring a rhythm instrument if you have one! Invite your friends. All ages are welcome.
"Pelicans" on Star Island 
A newly released book depicting life as a seasonal worker on Star Island is a photographic journey into life as a "Pelican." As a visitor to Star Island, author Jennifer Moore has long been fascinated by the staff who work behind the scenes to make Star Island a serene and memorable experience. Moore and photojournalist Anna Solo collaborated on the book which is called "Pelicans: Seasonal Workers of Star Island," and offers an intimate look into this unique island way of life. Both Jennifer and Anna will be here on Tuesday, November 19 at 6:30pm presenting about their book and will have copies available to purchase at the event.
A Holiday Evening with
Judy Pancoast

Join us in welcoming Judy Pancoast on Tuesday, Nov. 26th at 6:30pm. New Hampshire's own Grammy nominee, Judy Pancoast, is thrilled to announce the publication of her debut novel, "The House on Christmas Street," based on her popular holiday hit. Judy will open the program by singing some of her original Christmas songs, and will then read to you from her novel. This is a program that will be enjoyed by everyone from teens to seniors. Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing. Find out more about Judy at

Volunteer Fair  
Hosted on the top floor of the Dover Public Library on Saturday, November 30 from 10am to 1:30pm , the Volunteer Fair welcomes people to learn about, and chat with representatives of, several local non-profits that are doing wonderful things in the area and who are looking for volunteers to aid their organization.

there is no obligation to sign up for any volunteer position, unless you want to!
Bring Us Your Cloth Bags
We are trying to be greener here at the library and want to have a large supply of cloth bags to be able to give out to our patrons when they ask for a bag. If you have extras (and who doesn't?) please drop them off at the circulation desk. We really want to stop handing out plastic bags. We can also use them for the book sale! If you regularly ask us for a bag, consider designating a reusable bag as your library bag and getting in the habit of bringing it with you!
D & D

Dungeons and Dragons groups for adults and kids have been active and popular lately in the library. Dungeon Masters are needed to keep this popular event alive. Please contact Aimee ( if you are interested. In the meantime, check the calendar to see when the sessions are taking place. Our volunteers are in flux, and thus, so are our event times!  
Media Book Drop  
Patrons have been asking for it and now it's finally here! Media items which we didn't want returned with books, can be returned in the tall, slender, silver media drop located next to the Children's Room entrance door. Please return audiobooks and music CDs ONLY in the media drop! Thank you!
Book Sale Time!    
The Book Sale continues in November with great deals on thousands of remaining books. During November 4 - 10, the remainder of the items will be sold for the bargain price of just $1.00 per bag or boxful. Any leftover books will be given away for free beginning Tuesday, November 12. No book donations will be accepted from October 15 until November 25. In addition to books, we will have a silent auction for a vintage card catalog with 12 drawers and a 24-drawer (CD sized) cabinet. Minimum bids for each start at $50. The current high bid will be posted at the Circulation Desk.
Monthly Offerings
Adult Knitting Group
On Monday, November 4 from 6 - 8pm and Thursday, November 21 from 10am - 12pm the knitting group will meet in the Trustees Room. This group is open to anyone who has a love for knitting and crocheting.  All levels are welcome!
Monthly Game Night 
Get out of the house this fall and have fun! Attend the monthly Game Night at the library and play board games with others. All ages are welcome: kids, teen and adults! Join us on Wednesday, November 20 from 6-8pm .
Join a Book Group
The Morning Book Group will discuss the book "Girl Waits with Gun" by Amy Stewart on Thursday, November 5 at 10am. The Afternoon/Evening Book Group will be discussing "Lily and the Octopus" by Steve Rowley at 3pm and 6:30pm on Monday, November 18. "Get Lit" will meet on November 6 at 6:30pm at Blue Latitudes to discuss "The Yellow House" by Sarah Broom. New members to one or all groups are always welcome.
Pizza & Pages
Teen Book Group

Pizza and Pages will meet on Wednesday, November 20 at 6pm .  We encourage kids in grades 7 and up to attend.  The next book will be "City of Ember" by Jeanne DuPrau and copies of the book are available at the Adult Circulation Desk. 
 Discussion Group 
Interested in reading classic works of literature and improving your listening, reading, and communication skills at the same time? If so, then consider participating in a discussion group project, on Friday, November 1 from 1 to 2pm, based on great works themed around the topic of friendship. Discussion excerpts are available on the library website or ask for the list at the desk. New members are always welcome. 
Saturday Matinees @ 2pm
November 9
Toy Story 4
Rated G

     November 23
Rated PG

November 30
Angry Birds 2
Rated PG
Classic Cinema Sunday @ 2pm

November 10
The Great Ziegfeld
November 17
I ncredible Shrinking Man
November 24
Babes in Toyland

Second Wednesday Movie 
On Wednesday, November 13 at 6:30pm we will be showing "Good Boys." This film is rated R. Max, Thor, and Lucas skip school and set off on an odyssey of epically bad decisions involving stolen drugs, a frat house, and running from both the cops and girls!
 Library Hours:
Mon - Thur 9 to 8:30
Friday 9 to 5:30
Saturday 9 to 5
Sunday 1 to 5
Veterans Day

Monday, Nov. 11
Thanksgiving Holiday
Wed., Nov. 27 9 to 5:30
Thur., Nov. 28 & Fri.,
Nov. 29: Closed
Christmas Parade
Sun., Dec. 1st: Closed
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603-516-6050  Children's Room 603-516-6052