The North Hampton Public Library offers free video streaming from indieflix!


Using your library card, you have access to thousands of movies from your home. Browse by category, such as Classics, Horror, Romance, Comedy, Documentary,  or view films from all of the major film festivals from all over the world.

New Hours at the NHPL 
Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 9:30-5:00
Tuesday and Thursday: 9:30-8:00
Saturday: 9:30-2:00


Limited Edition, Commemorative Ornament
depicting the 1907 North Hampton Library is now available. These lovely ornaments make great gifts!  Available at the library, Cranberry Bog and Nature’s Outpost.

October 22 at 6:30pm: Long Term Care & Estate Planning
Presented by Sheena Simpson and Matt Lemieux of the New England Long Term Care Plannning Group

October 23 at 6:30pm: Murder, Mystery and Mayhem
A Mystery Authors Panel at North Hampton Public Library. Join us for an exciting evening with local authors and favorites Amy Ryan, Brendan DuBois, JE Seymour and Susan Oleksiw! Each author will do a short reading, discuss their creative process, answer questions and sign books. This will be a very exciting night for all of the mystery lovers out there!

October 28 at 12:00 or 5:30pm: College Planning
“Getting There from Here” will be presented by Irina Andreasen, Financial Advisor, with Edward Jones. This session will primarily focus on how to best position parents’ and children’s assets to maximize available financial aid dollars. Choose either session!

October 29 at 10:00am: Virtual Genealogy Fair
National Archives Records Administration live broadcasts. The lectures are designed for experienced genealogists and novices.

November 1 at 7:00pm: North Hampton Night with the Monarchs
To order tickets: Monarchs or call 626-7825 x 6112

November 3 at 7:00pm: Skywatch
A “Skywatch” is simply a gathering of amateur astronomers with a focus on outreach and education. Expert astronomers from the New Hampshire Astronomical Society will begin with a presentation and then we will head outside to stargaze with telescopes courtesy of the NHAS. This is a great event for families and adults. Please contact the library so we know how many people to expect!

November 4 at 6:30pm: Wellness Book Group
The library is starting a new adult book club to be held on the first Tuesday evening of each month. The focus of this book group will be on health and wellness. Please contact Liz Herold, Adult Services Librarian, if you would like to join the group or have a suggestion for the book discussion.  We’ll be talking about The Science of Yoga  by William J. Broad. Join us!

November 12 at 12:00pm: Stress Management 
Lunch and Learn series
Avoiding today’s top health threats- heart disease and high blood pressure
Lunch will be provided by Arsenault Chiropractic Center
Co-sponsored by the North Hampton Rec Department

November 18 at 6:30pm: Early College Planning
It is never too early to start to plan – academically or
financially – for a college education. NHHEAF

 Childrens programs for fall:
Preschool Story Time: Tuesdays and Wednesdays 10:00
Potluck and Pages book group: 3rd Thursday of the month beginning October 16 7:00 
Great Stone Face book group: Wednesdays 3:00

Try out zinio for access to online magazines! We’ve added new titles we hope you’ll enjoy!


Borrow a book on a Kindle!
On a waiting list for the latest bestseller? Reserve  one of our many Kindles that have bestsellers already loaded! The Fault in Our Stars, The Goldfinch, The Target, Missing You, Never Go Back are just a few of the titles we have on our Kindles.

Discounted Passes
Library patrons are welcome to reserve and check out passes for free or reduced admission to area museums. Reserve your’s today!   
Museum Passes

**  Recurring events can be found on the NHPL Events Calendar