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April 10-16 is National Volunteer Week. We would like to give a BIG "thank you" to all of our volunteers who work behind the desk, help us process new books, shelve materials, assist with the book sale, bake us delicious treats, and generally make our lives easier in a myriad of ways.
Origins & Ideologies of the American Revolution
The North Berwick Historical Society and the D.A. Hurd Library are joining together for a series of discussions based upon the Great Courses video lecture series Origins and Ideologies of the American Revolution. The years 1760–1800 rocked the Western world. These were the years when colonists on the eastern fringes of a continent converted Enlightenment thought first into action, then into government. Astonishing the world leaders of the day, they defied and broke away from their mother country, and then fashioned a republic capable of sustaining itself generation after generation. Why this happened and how the colonists did it is the subject of Professor Peter C. Mancall's lectures. The next discussion will be Wednesday, May 4, at 2:00pm in the library
Turn those bottles (& cans) into books!
Grab one of our "Clynk" bags on your next visit to the library. Fill it with returnable bottles & cans. Deposit the filled bag at your favorite Hannaford. We will turn those bottles & cans into books!
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