NHFPL’s array of programs, for children and teens, for families, for students and for adults of all ages, focus on four areas:
Cultural Connections includes programs, exhibits and events highlighting literature, art and global cultures.
Economic Engagement programs support workforce readiness, economic vitality and neighborhood health and stability.
Lifelong Learning programs celebrate the lifetime learning curve, including career-building, parenting, finances, wellness, civic engagement and much more.
Young Minds programs seek to engage young people ages birth to 16, to enlighten and encourage them in their academic and personal lives.
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Ives Main Library, 133 Elm St.: Mon-Thur, 5-7:45 pm and Fri, 1-4 pm
Wilson Branch, 303 Washington Ave.: Tue, 5-7:45 pm and Sat 1-4 pm