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9/18/2021 - 9:30 AM
Boots & Books Hike

9/18/2021 - 9:30 AM
Boots & Books Hike (Beaver Brook Wildlife Pond Loop)

9/23/2021 - 10:00 AM
Story Circle with Ms Boo

9/28/2021 - 7:00 PM
Wilton Heritage Commission at the Library

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Newsbank is an online resource for all kinds of reliable information from a variety of sources. Just enter your library card number on the library catalog page . . You will need the whole library card number - not just the last six digits.  The card prefix is 2461300. Add your six digit number to this to access NewsBank. Newsbank is located just over halway down on the left side of the page
NewsBank offers access to a database of local papers without subscriptions including:
The Nashua Telegraph
The NH Union Leader
Monadnock Ledger Transcript

Boots & Books is Back!

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Mission Statement

The Wilton Public & Gregg Free Library provides opportunities that promote educational, informational, and cultural engagement in a welcoming and respectful environment.

Special Zoom Program

The Trustees of the Wilton Public and Gregg Free Library
will meet on Friday September 17th at 8AM at the Town Hall Courtroom..

Boots & Books Hike

Boots & Books Hike   Sept. 18, 2021
Beaver Brook - Wildlife Pond Loop
A flat, easy walk around an active wildlife pond. Bring binoculars to watch the birds! Lovely views, big trees, and there are plenty of places to rest and snack.
Meet at 9:30 a.m. at the parking area on Proctor Hill Rd. (Rt. 130), Hollis. Directions: From Rt.101, take Rt. 13 south to Rt. 130. Stay on 130 about 4.4 miles; parking on the left at kiosk.
Please email Nikki ( or contact Wilton Library (654-2581/ to register. All hikes are at your own risk and conditions permitting.
The group is limited to 8 walkers (plus guides); if there is sufficient interest a second hike will be scheduled. Please bring a mask to wear if we meet other hikers or gather close together; also carry water and insect repellent, and dress for the weather. Suggested but not required reading:  The Body in the Beaver Pond by Cathy Perkins.
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The downstairs is open for browsing!
Masks are required on both levels
at this time.
Thank you for respecting our policies.

We want to keep you browing the shelves!

Call us first to see if your date is available, then you will go to the site, create an account and choose your park.

Below are some resources that may be helpful for those facing eviction or who may need to start the eviction process:
NH Emergency Rental Assistance
NH Legal Assistance resource page:
603 Legal Aid:
NH Legal Aid page on the eviction process:
The Circuit Court’s information for landlords and tenants on the eviction process:
The John W. King NH Law Library
The Law Library is open to the public Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m

An updated legal services list is available online here:

Important changes: recently the Pro Bono Program and the Legal Advice and Referral Center merged to become 603 Legal Aid. Not all the programs’ websites have been updated to reflect the changes. For example, the Domestic Violence Emergency project (DOVE) is now under 603 Legal Aid but the website says it’s under Pro Bono.
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Our actual hours vs what google says they are.

·         Families with children who qualify for free or reduced school meals qualify (among others, please read the full guidelines).
·         This is good for $50 per month discount towards broadband service.

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The library's mask requirement is still in place.

This video explains the steps for using Newsbank
Two new services you can access with your library card!
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In spite of what Google says, these are our actual hours:

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Need assistance? Give us a call. (603)654-2581
Susan is available by appt to set you up a new Hoopla account. 
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We do not have any storage space for books. If you wish to donate books please call us at 654-2581. We accept only books 3 years old or newer, large print and unabridged audio books. If it doesn't fit that criteria then take them to Goodwill or Savers to donate. If they are musty or very worn they should go to the dump to be disposed of in the paper recycling bin.