The Working Woman of World War II
On Monday, August 20th at 7:oo p.m., join storyteller Madge Powis for a photo retrospective of women’ occupations during World War II, including her Aunt Helen’s experience as a welder. Enjoy tales of the challenges faced by women in the military as well as on the home front. Free and open to the public.
For the Love of Reading Book Club
Join us at the Hamilton Library to enjoy and discuss a variety of compelling stories. This month’s selection is All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. Our meeting will be held Wednesday, September 19th at 6:45 p.m. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our flyer.
Teen Summer Reading Program
The 2018 Teen Summer Reading Program is on its way! Registration begins on Wednesday, June 27th at the Reference Desk for students between 6th grade and high school graduation. See more information in our SRP flyer and look for our Calendar of Events. Full information is on our Teen Summer Reading Program page.
Upcoming Events for Kids
We extend a big thank you to all the organizations and local businesses who contributed to our summer reading program this year. Please be sure to patronize these wonderful summer reading supporters!
Diane Adler of Kids’ MusicRound will present a free demo class on Monday, August 27 at 10:30 a.m. Children from birth through 4 years of age are invited to attend with a caregiver. Registration begins Monday, August 20.
Registration for fall story programs begins Monday, September 10.
Would you like to go to a museum…for FREE?
Check out the Hamilton Township Public Library’s FREE Museum Pass Program. Library patrons may reserve a pass to a wide variety of museums, with some passes accommodating up to seven guests! Find out how to reserve your museum pass today.
Interested in local history?
Be sure to check out Tom Glover’s Hamilton Scrapbook website for fun and interesting facts concerning the history of our town and the surrounding communities.
People Helping People
…..that’s what Hamilton Free Public Library is all about. We take our role as a central meeting place in the township quite seriously. And we feel a responsibility to our patrons and others who may be less fortunate than ourselves. Therefore, we offer you the following opportunities to “pay it forward”. We are a…Learn about How to Help