Welcome to the Harvey-Mitchell Memorial Library

"A room without books is a body without a soul."



April Vacation (24th-29th) Events:

Tuesday, April 25th: No-Fret Cooking Class 2-3:30 PM

A fun and healthy cooking presentation for families, with music! Join local cookbook author Marilynn Carter and jazz guitarist Steve Carter as they demonstrate how to make simple, healthy, yummy recipes, accompanied by music to cook and dine by.

Thursday, April 27th: Anne Jenesen @ 1 PM

Storyteller Anne Jennison will take us on a spell-binding and entertaining journey through a series of traditional Native American springtime stories that explain everything from Why Maple Syrup Was First Created, to How the First Strawberries Came to Be. Prepare yourself for an interactive storytelling experience filled with humor, drama, silliness, and moments of wonder that are appropriate for audiences of all ages.

Friday, April 28th: Drawing workshop with Jack and David Meyer 10 am-2 pm

We're very happy to welcome back local artists Jack and David Meyer. Following last year's Spongebob Drawing workshop. Jack and David will be leading a workshop on drawing characters from "Calvin Can't Help It". They'll be helping patrons all throughout the session, so drop on by and learn some new techniques! 



We just aquired two new museum passes at HMML:

The New England Aquarium: 1 pass per day grants $10 admission (per person) for up to 4 people.

The Museum of Fine Arts Boston: 2 passes per day for $10 admission (per person) for up to 2 people.

Take our Library Survey

We're looking for your feedback about Harvey-Mitchell Memorial Library! Tell us what you think about what we're doing here at the library, and how we can improve. Take a moment and fill out a copy at the library or take it online at this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CDJ7HH3





Friends of the Library

Tuesday, April 4th @  7 p.m.


Come join the Friends and help expand our building, services and resources!!


Book Groups:


Dusty Olde Mystery Book Club:

Next Meeting: May 23rd @ 7 PM

Book: The Black Camel by Earl Derr Biggers


Contemporary Book Group:

Next Meeting: April 25th @ 7 PM

Book: A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman








Library Board of Trustees Meeting

Tuesday, April 18th @ 7 PM in Epping Town Hall


  • Secretary's Report
  • Treasurer's Report
  • Director's/Youth Room Report
  • Other Business









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The Five Laws of Library Science

Dr. S. R. Ranganathan, considered the father of modern library science, published his 5 laws in 1931: Books are for use; Every reader his or her book; Every book its reader; Save the time of the reader; The library is a growing organism.