Introducing the Senter Digital Archive: In Memory of Dorothy Senter Geoffrion, Elsie Senter Smith, and Mildred Senter Lemieux

Take a look at our brand new digital archive, which features over 4,000 images, with more added every week. The library has acquired over 50,000 photographs since its birth in 1873, and thanks to a generous donor and the Trustees of the Library, we now are digitizing them! If you love history, Haverhill or photography, […]

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Libraries Rock!

We couldn’t be more excited about Summer Reading this year!  Why should kids have all the fun?  Our theme this year is “Libraries Rock!” and we believe it.  We’ve put together a display of our favorite books on music and musicians, as well as some documentaries of great performances.  Click here to sign up for […]

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1st Floor Restroom Construction

Big news! Starting Monday April 2nd our 1st floor restrooms are being entirely redone! They will be closed to the public for the duration of construction, approximately 2 1/2 months. The 2nd floor restrooms in the auditorium foyer will be the main public restrooms. They are elevator accessible. Please be patient with extra noise, dust, […]

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Immigration and Citizenship Corner

With resources from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services we are creating an Immigration and Citizenship Corner! This is located on the first floor between the adult graphic novels and the Spanish section.   What you will find there:   Civics and Citizenship Toolkit, find more information on the Quick Start Guide PDF     […]

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Never miss a Haverhill event again!

We are excited to announce a great service that will allow you to easily keep track of everything going on in Haverhill ! Burbio.com is a FREE website and app that puts library, school, and other local events all in one calendar. You can create a personalized event feed and even sync events to your Google or iPhone calendars!  You’ll also receive important notifications when events change or […]

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Want to exercise more in the New Year? Let us help!

Did you know that we have a large section of exercise DVDs in our non-fiction collection? This collection can be missed easily since they are interfiled with the non-fiction books of the same subject.   Only have a few minutes a day to exercise? Do Yoga at home (for free)!         Have […]

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New Year, New Book Review!

Happy New Year! Celebrate 2019 by stepping back in time to the 13th century with Karen Cushman’s The Midwife’s Apprentice: Brat. Beetle. Alyce. The protagonist’s name changes three times in this short, but eventful novel. The Midwife’s Apprentice tells the story of a young girl struggling to learn a trade and to discover who she is. This engaging […]

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“The Cuckoo’s Calling” by Robert Galbraith

This gritty novel follows down on his luck private investigator Cormoran Strike as he investigates the suspected suicide of model Lula Landry.  Readers meet Strike on the day his new office manager, Robin Ellacott, arrives to start her temporary position.  Soon, Robin is drawn into the investigation and shows an aptitude for the work.  Together […]

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