The Goodwin Library is a public library that serves as an information center for the personal, cultural, and social growth for the community of Farmington. The Library maintains collections and implements programs that address the community’s changing informational and recreational needs for education and literacy. The collections, materials, and programs are offered in a variety of formats to ensure equitable access for all. The Library believes that free and open access to information and resources will establish the framework for an informed and involved community.
Want to learn how to knit or crochet? Drop in to our Sit & Stitch Group! Already know how? Bring your current project and socialize with other yarn artists. We have a small assortment of materials for those who wish to try it out before purchasing their own supplies. This group meets monthly on the first Tuesday of each month.
Meet us at the Farmington Country Club/ golf course for a Night Sky Watch with the NH Astronomical Society! We’ll try out our new telescope and see what we can find in the night sky.
Pre-School Apple Picking Field Trip- 10/11 at 10:30AM
Meet Miss Kayla and Miss Donna for apple stories and apple picking at Butternut Farm! Cost is $4 per child payable to Butternut Farm the date of the field trip. Please register in advance for this trip by calling 755-2944 x3 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
21+ Cider Tour- 10/12 at 3:00PM
Learn about Butternut Farm’s hard cider process! Cost is $4 per person, payable to Butternut Farm the day of the trip. Please register in advance for this trip by calling 755-2944 x3 or emailing email@example.com. This event is strictly 21+, please bring a valid photo ID.
Make puffy painted pumpkins with us this afternoon!
We’re showing Aladdin (PG) this month! A live action remake of the classic Disney movie sure to delight the whole family. Watch it on our big screen with popcorn! Run Time: 2 hrs 9 minutes
Learn about new happenings at the library. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.
Are you homeschooling this year? Want to meet other local homeschooling families? Then this event is for you! Open to residents and non-residents, and children of all ages.
Join Miss Donna for songs, rhymes, and stories! This program is for children 0-2 and their caregiver. Older siblings welcome.
Come decorate pumpkins with us! We will have paint or carving tools to decorate pumpkins. While supplies last. Pumpkins generously donated by Butternut Farm.
The Friends of the Library are the Goodwin Library’s fundraising group! Learn how this group helps the library with special projects.
This month the Bookies are reading Me Before You by Jojo Moyes. This is the story of Will Trainor, a quadriplegic, and his enthusiastic companion Louisa Clark who hopes she can change his outlook on life.
Are you caring for a loved one with a long-term illness, disability, or Alzheimer’s? Are you looking for resources and support? Come to our Caregiver Café. This program is for caregivers and people they care for.
Join Miss Kayla for songs, rhymes, stories, and crafts! This program is for children 3-5 and their caregiver. Younger siblings welcome.
Bring your little one for playtime at the library! Meet other families and children. This program is for children 0-2.
Start at the Rec Department at 4:00 for a trick-or-treat parade through town. Don’t forget to stop at the library on your way by!
Have tots? We have blocks! Bring your tot to meet other children and build with blocks in the children’s room. We have squishy blocks, wood blocks, big blocks, and giant blocks!
Join others and spend the afternoon playing Dungeons and Dragons.
Saturdays from 10:30AM – 1:30PM
At the Goodwin Library
Stop in for some Lego building fun! We have all sorts of Legos for you to see what you can create with!
We even have Duplo blocks for the little ones!
PROPOSAL DEADLINE EXTENDED
The Goodwin Library is looking for skilled painters, with restoration abilities to paint/repair the outside of our historic library.
If you are interested please reply to this request for proposal.
If you know anyone who would be good for the job, please pass this along to them.
Please respond by Wednesday October 9th if you are interested.
Click on the link for the proposal request.
The library’s handicap entrance is located at the bank parking lot in the rear of the library. The elevator is right through that door and you can access the children’s room or adult/teen floor with the elevator.
You’ve requested it and it’s finally here!
The library can accept debit/credit cards!
Minimum amount is $5 due to fees associated with accepting cards.
Can not pay fines over $100 online, as of right now.
Log into your account through our catalog
Go to “My Account”
Click “Pay $… with a credit card online”
If you have Paypal you can pay with PayPal.
If you don’t have PayPal you can click “Pay with debit or credit card” and pay through PayPal as a guest.
Please contact the library if you have any questions (603) 755-2944
Go to this link to practice the written portion of the driving test for NH. You can take the test as many times as you would like.
PROPOSAL DEADLINE EXTENDED The Goodwin Library is looking for skilled painters, with restoration abilities to paint/repair the outside of our historic library. If you are interested please reply to this request for proposal. If you know anyone who would be good for the job, please pass this along to them. Please respond by Wednesday October …