Money Management Skills

The Great Courses Library Collection

Now that the holidays are over, and some of the bills have arrived in the mail, we may be looking over our budgets and how to manage our money for the rest of the year.  With your library card, you have access to lessons related to money management and the art of investing through the RBdigital menu.  You will need to set up an account first, with your library card number and then you will be able to sign in and "checkout" the course for a 7-day period.  If you are not done with the course in that time, you can continue to "checkout" for additional 7-day periods. 
You will also find lots more to explore on the RBdigital site, including Acorn TV, Indie Flix, Test Prep and Learn it Live (health & wellness)
Money Management Skills

Easy as 1,2,3

Reserve a pass online or call the library

With your Sandown Library Card, you can click on the Museum Pass button to the right or click here and reserve a pass up to 90 days in advance.  We are also happy to help you reserve a pass by calling or visiting us.  Passes are also available through the Plaistow Public Library & Kimball Library in Atkinson as part of our participating in the Southern NH Library Cooperative (SNHLC).  You can reserve their passes the night before you want to go.


Library of Things

Yes, we have spices!

We have some unique things for people to borrow like a mobile hotspot, telescope, puzzles, cake pans, snap circuit kits and plastic looms.  However we think our hottest item(s) is our new spice rack!
We have over 25 spices available to "check out"!  Here are just a few of the most unique spices we have:  Crystallized Ginger, Saffron Threads, Cassia (Cinnamon Bark) and Pomegranate Molasses.  We even have little containers to take what you need for your recipe home with you without having to come back to the library to return the bottle.
For a complete listing of all the items, check out our LIbrary of Things page.

Next Meeting:  March 23
The Friends meet every other month on the 4th Monday at 6:30pm.  They meet in January, March, May, July, & September.