Mello Program Room
Join us as we discuss The Fault in our Stars by John Green. Books will be available to borrow at the circulation desk. All ages are invited to this discussion.
Have email, but can't really use it? Don't have email? Learn how to send, receive and forward messages.
Registration is required for this free class. Contact Sue at 683-9457 ext. 104 for more information.
Search on-line and get 43,154,253 answers? Learn how to find what you want to find.
Registration is required for this free class. Call Sue at 683-9457 ext. 104 for more information.
This class will cover the basics - how to use a mouse, how to turn on a computer, etc. Registration required for this free program. Call Sue at 683-9457 ext. 104 for more information.
Stop by and get your technology questions answered. Bring your device or laptop or use ours. First come, first served.
Join us as we discuss this new classic. In this celebration of nonconformity, Newbery Medalist Jerry Spinelli weaves a tense, emotional tale about the perils of popularity and the thrill and inspiration of first love.(amazon.com)
All ages welcomed. Books available to borrow at the main desk.
Join us for a discussion of Still Life with Bread Crumbs by Anna Quindlen.
Join us for a discussion of The Broken Teaglass by Emily Arsenault. In the maze of cubicles at Samuelson Company, editorial assistant Billy Webb struggles to focus while helping to prepare the next edition of a dictionary. But there are distractions. He senses that something suspicious is going on beneath this company’s academic façade. What’s more, his (possibly) flirtatious co-worker Mona Minot has just made a startling discovery: a trove of puzzling citations, all taken from the same book, The Broken Teaglass. Billy and Mona soon learn that no such book exists.
Celebrate in art the 425th year of our founding mother Anne Hutchinson at Portsmouth Free Public Library. View the exhibit of works by Izabella Casselman, Rosemary Day, Valerie Debrule, Michael Steven Ford, Lisa May, and Valorie Sheehan. Works will be on display in the Michael W. Mello Program Room throughout the month of July during the library's regular hours of operation.
Join us for this retelling of the Cinderella story - this time with cyborgs and intergallactic struggle.
Books available to borrow at the circulation desk. All ages welcomed.