Welcome to the Harvey-Mitchell Memorial Library

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


**We will be closed Sunday, May 21st for carpet cleaning**


Saturday Afternoon Concerts Presents:

Old Time Dave Talmage & Marjorie Senet

Saturday, May 20th @ 3 PM

Join us for our popular Saturday Afternoon Concert series! This May, local favorites Marjorie Senet (of the Trashpickers) and Old Time Dave Talmage (of the Stone Church weekly Bluegrass Jam) join to bring you a harmony driven duo playing Old Time Country and Bluegrass music including favorites by Loretta Lynn, Patsy Cline, Merle Haggard and the likes. Instruments will include guitar, fiddle, banjo and autoharp. Begins at 3pm.

Brewing in New Hampshire

Presented by the New Hampshire Humanities Council

Friday, May 26th @ 7 PM

Glenn Knoblock explores the fascinating history of New Hampshire's beer and ale brewing industry from Colonial days, when it was home- and tavern-based, to today's modern breweries and brew pubs. Unusual and rare photos and advertisements document this changing industry and the state's earliest brewers. Whether you're a beer connoisseur or a "tea-totaler", this lecture will be enjoyed by adults of all ages. Afterwards, a tasting of New Hampshire beers will be generously provided by Greg & Jane's Beer & Wine for free at 63 Main Street in Epping. All is free and open to the public!



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.

Tales of Epping's Past by  Madelyn Willimason

Local hostorian 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 availible 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, May 2nd @  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: May 31st @ 7 PM

Book: Two by Two by Nicholas Sparks








Library Board of Trustees Meeting

Tuesday, May 23rd @ 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.