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The Library Corporation’s Sustainability Plan

The Concord Free Public Library Corporation is proud to announce that after a year-long process, the Sustainability Plan 2021-2025 has been published. The Concord Free Public Library Corporation envisions the Library as a model of sustainability and climate action. The Plan outlines the necessary steps for assessing, planning, and implementing a series of collaborative actions across operations and programming between 2021 and 2026 and establishes the aspirational goal of carbon neutrality by 2030.  [View the Plan] [Share Your Feedback]
 

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Concord Stories from Special Collections: Episode 7: The Stones Cry Out

Concord Stories from Special Collections is a virtual series that highlights the rich holdings of the Concord Free Public Library Corporation’s William Munroe Special Collections through stories about Concord’s people and places from a variety of guests, including Concord residents, scholars, researchers, and curators. Episode 7 of the series features John Hanson in a presentation titled The Stones Cry Out: Epitaphs Carved by Ithamar Spauldin of Concord. [Watch Episode 7]

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Summer Reading Program 2021

The Concord Free Public Library (CFPL) welcomes everyone to register for the 2021 Summer Reading Program - children, teens, and adults. This year’s program is titled “Tails & Tales” and will feature animal-themed programs and events from June 14 - August 6. Please sign up online or at the Main Library or Fowler Branch. The Summer Reading Program is sponsored by the Friends of CFPL and the CFPL Corporation. [Read More About the Kids Summer Reading Program & Reading List] [Teen Summer Reading Program & Reading List] [Register]