No-Shave November 2019

Did you know that No-Shave November is about so much more than finding a reason to set aside your razor and take a break from your regularly scheduled grooming habits? Back in 2009, the Chicago-based Hill family decided to use the tradition as a way to raise money for charity after their father passed away […]

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Native American Heritage Month

November is Native American Heritage Month. The month is the outgrowth of activism by Native individuals and organizations in the 20th century to dedicate a day to acknowledging the contributions of Indigenous Americans, and has been proclaimed by the federal government annually since the 1990s. According to the Buttonwoods Museum, the area that makes up […]

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Witches in Haverhill

Did you know that Haverhill can claim to have been the residence of one of New England’s earliest witches? After coming to Massachuetts from England in 1622 John Godfrey spent much of his time moving around the areas of Newbury, Rowley and Andover, before settling in Haverhill in 1669. But no matter where he lay […]

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Spooky Movies to Keep You up at Night!

In need of a scary movie fix? Maybe you’re looking to spend Halloween weekend throwing your bowl of popcorn in the air and shielding your eyes from the screen? Look no further, horror buffs—we’ve got you covered! Stop by and browse our DVD collection, which features new releases and plenty of oldies but goodies. And […]

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New Library Hours!

The Haverhill Public Library has new, extended hours on Wednesday! Monday 9am – 9pm Tuesday 9am – 9pm Wednesday 9am – 9pm Thursday 9am – 9pm Friday 9am – 5pm Saturday 9am – 5pm And…we are now open on Sundays! Sundays 1pm – 5pm (October – May)  

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