Why, Yes! We are open! 

Our most frequent question (and answer)

Our doors are open, no appointment needed, just come in and browse books, movies, magazines, whatever you want.

Some programs are virtual, but we are also holding children's programs at the Library (outside) and at other locations - check our calendar for more information. Book/reading groups are meeting in the Library. Fully vaccinated folks do not need to wear a mask. Got questions? 

Hello Sandown!

It's nice to see you!

Welcome to our new website -  


We've been working hard on improving our website! If you can't find it, click here: "How Do I...?" to find answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs). 

We have new content for teens and kids, from homework help to a listing of podcasts we think they (and you!) might enjoy.  Have fun, stay awhile, and click around - let us know what you think!

Coming Events at the Library

New Things at the Library!

Do you drone? We do! Come and join Drone Academy! Our 20-30 minute program will acquaint you with the  basics of how to use our drone, state and federal rules and policies, and give you a bit of flight time! Once you've attended Drone Academy, you'll be able to borrow our drone just like anything else at our Library! Check our calendar for dates, or email us to set up a time! 

Check out our new meeting space out in back of the Library - The Hazel Marlow Learning Pavilion! Remember to check our calendar for details on programs!

Library Trustee Meeting

The Trustees of the Sandown Public Library meet once a month on the second Thursday of the month. This meeting is open to the public.

The Trustees will hold their next regular meeting on August 10th at 7 pm.  There is NO July Meeting. This meeting will be held in-person at the Library - 305 Main St., Sandown, NH. Please email the director for additional information. 

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The Sandown Public Library is part of a three-library cooperative that shares an online catalog. This allows our patrons  to reserve and borrow materials from any library in the cooperative.  (Some restrictions apply.)



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