Services Update
New Resources & Virtual Programs
4/19 - 4/25
Library Services Update

The Library may be closed, but your access is still open! Your Librarians are hard at work curating new content and planning virtual programs to sate your intellectual curiosity.

Keep reading for info on this week's newly curated content and updates to existing services. Have questions about these or other services, need a library card, or just need to connect? Don't hesitate to reach out!
Introducing Kanopy

Library cardholders now have access to Kanopy, the video streaming service of over 30,000 documentaries and classic, indie, and children's films!

Users will be allowed to watch an unlimited number of films through this service until May 15th, at which time its use will be reevaluated. Please email max@merrimacklibrary.org to share feedback or express interest in the Kanopy platform.
Resource of the Week

Value Line

Keeping up with your investments is critical in these unpredictable times. Value Line's investment library has all the data you need to make informed decisions about your assets.

New to stocks and investing research? Value Line's Investment Education webpage offers educational articles, a terms glossary, and downloadable guides to all of their investment tools.
Stories From Mount Washington via Zoom

Wednesday, April 29, 2020
6:00pm-7:00pm

NH author Dan Szczesny and filmmaker Bill Millios will discuss their new documentary Stories From Mount Washington , based on Szczesny's book The White Mountain: Rediscovering Mount Washington's Hidden Culture . Residents are invited to view the film for free until the April 29th meeting date to participate in this virtual discussion over Zoom!

Those interested should email max@merrimacklibrary.org for a link to watch the film from home and attend the Zoom meeting on April 29th.
Book-a-Librarian Goes Remote

Our staff are pleased to reinstate our Book-a-Librarian service, whereby users may reserve an hour-long session with one of our information professionals. Our Librarians can provide assistance remotely via telephone, video call, Facebook messenger, or however else you'd like to be reached.

Have questions about using the library's remote services, need help with remote learning, or just need to connect with someone outside your immediate family? Book a Librarian today!
Resident Fast Facts

Governor Sununu has announced that remote learning will continue in NH through the end of the school year. View the full press release here .

The Associated Press is fact checking popular articles to address misinformation across the globe. This week's fact check on COVID-19 news is available here .

Bedford Road by the new bridge construction will be closed on Wednesday, April 22 from 9:00am-12:00pm. Residents are advised to seek alternate routes.
We're Just a Click Away!

Our Librarians will be monitoring voicemail daily and can be reached via Facebook , Book-a-Librarian , our Ask Us service, and the following emails:


Remember that all fines are waived and our Wi-Fi is on 24/7 while the Library is closed. Please keep your items until we reopen.
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