Lincoln Public Library

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Basic Information

Established: 1905
Schedule: Mon-Fri 12 to 8 and Sat 10-2
Address: 22 Church Street, Lincoln, NH
Phone Number: 603-745-8159
Fax Number: 603-745-2037
Director: Carol Riley

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Lincoln Public Library

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Additional Information

Computer Capabilities:

7 high speed public access computers, and wireless capabilities for those who have laptops

Summer Programs: Adult summer reading program and children's summer reading programs
Membership Details:

Residents of Lincoln or Woodstock free of charge. Non residents may have privileges for a $50.00 refundable temporary library card.

Library Information:

A small, quaint and vibrant public library set in the foothills of the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire. History=According to a local historian, the Lincoln Public Library was voted into existence at the annual Town Meeting in March of 1902 because Mrs. Eliza Henry, wife of lumber baron, J.E. Henry, felt that this community should have a public library. Convincing her husband that he should donate land and a building for this purpose, the Lincoln Public Library opened to the public on May 2, 1905. Since this time, the Library has expanded twice, doubling its size in the 1970's, and enlarging to 3,300 square feet in 1996. The Lincoln Public Library is in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.


Adult summer reading program running through Labor Day Weekend. ++ Childrens summer reading program running through July 28th.++Thursday Summer Lecture series 7/20--8/17--9/21 Mushroom walk Aug 12th