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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The Bride Test by Helen Hoang

Helen Hoang’s The Bride Test (sequel to last year’s The Kiss Quotient) is a sweet story of an arranged marriage.  Khai Diep is on the autism spectrum and believes that he is incapable of loving anyone.  His mother has decided it is time for him to settle down, so she goes back to Vietnam to […]

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May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

The month May was selected to commemorate the immigration of the first Japanese to the U.S. on May 7, 1843, and to mark the anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad on May 10, 1869 where the majority of the workers who laid the tracks were Chinese immigrants. This celebration of Asians and Pacific […]

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Mental Health Resources at HPL

May is Mental Health Month! According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 20% of people experience mental illness at some point. The library is here to help you locate resources about mental health and mental illness. While we are unable to provide medical advice, we can help you find information in a confidential manner. […]

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Tale Teller by Anne Hillerman

Anne Hillerman has picked up the threads of the characters created by her father, Tony Hillerman. Their stories spring from the Navajo lands of Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and Arizona, an area known as The Four Corners. In Tale Teller, the fifth in her series, the story of Bernie Manuelito and Jim Chee continues. They […]

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March 21, 2019

Haverhill Public Library Board of Trustees Minutes of March 21, 2019 The regular monthly meeting of the Trustees of the Haverhill Public Library was called to order at 8:35 a.m. on Thursday, March 21, 2019 in the Donald C. Freeman Whittier Room. In attendance were Trustees Klueber, Veasey, Coletti, and Rurak, along with Director Sarah […]

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