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Films at Fowler Summer Series: Summer Art House

Films at Fowler continues in the summer with six more movies and discussion dates from June 10 - August 18. The new theme for the summer is Summer Art House, and the six movies are provocative, surprising, fun, and independent in spirit. Watch films on Kanapy at your leisure and join the group discussions on Zoom. Sponsored by the Friends of the Concord Free Public Library. {Read More]

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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]

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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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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]