Welcome to the Harvey-Mitchell Memorial Library

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


Summer Reading 2017 has ended! Bring in your Reading Logs to the HMML Youth Room and exchange them for Book Bucks to spend in our Summer Reading Prize Room.

This Week @ HMML:

8/16: Author Event: Aletheia James – 5-7pm

Meet young author and Epping resident Aletheia James at the release of her first book! "Apple Pie and Poems" is a fun and imaginative book that teaches children nine different types of poetry. Abstract illustrations drawn by the author accompany each poem. Join us for a reading and book signing!

8/17: Children's Yoga - 11am

Bring the little ones to our popular yoga series, taught by Kripalu Yoga Teacher, Leah Pacione! Mats are provided, or you're welcome to bring your own.

8/22: Kids' Writing & Publishing Workshop - 10:30 AM-12:30 AM


We welcome back Layne Case of Amity Publications to lead a workshop for young writers interested in creative writing leading to publishing. Participants will prepare an outline for a children's book, create parts of the book, learn about the world of publishing, and be inspired to read and write. This two-day workshop is appropriate for grades 4-8. The workshop will be in two segments on Monday, August 21st and Tuesday, August 22nd, from 10:30 a.m-12:30 p.m. each day. Please register in advance, as space is limited.




We have just acquired a new museum pass at HMML:

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

Tales of Epping's Past by Madelyn Williamson

Local historian Madelyn Williamson has compiled a collection of stories about Epping's past in a hand bound book with illustrations provided by Analisa Harvey that is available exclusivley in our reference section. They have also been gracious enough to give us a digital version of the book for us to post here for all to enjoy!

Tales from Epping's Past (.pdf)

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, June 6th @  7 p.m.


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


Book Groups:


Dusty Olde Mystery Book Club:

Next Meeting: July 18th @ 7 PM

Book: Sherlock Holmes Stories-: "The Red Headed League", "Scandal in Bohemia", "Case of Identity", and "The Boscombe Valley Myster"


Contemporary Book Group:

Next Meeting: July 26  @ 7 PM

Book: The Matchmaker by Elin Hilderbrand








Library Board of Trustees Meeting

Tuesday, June 20th @ 7 PM in Epping Town Hall


  • Pledge of Allegiance
  • Secretary's Report
  • Treasurer's Report
  • Director's/Youth Room Report
  • Addition Updates
  • Other Business
  • Request to adjourn to executive session if necessary,Pursuant to RSA 91---A:3 paragraph II ---a And RSA 91--A:3 paragraph II --c









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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.