The Gordon-Nash Library is a non-profit library in New Hampton, New Hampshire, operated by New Hampton School. This library was established, endowed, and this building erected, through the generous bequest of Stephen Gordon Nash (1822-1894), a ripe scholar, a just judge, and an upright man. He gave the fruits of industry and thrift to bless the village of his birth.
Notice on Spring Renovations and Closure:
The Library will undergo renovations beginning March 7, 2020, and re-open later this spring. In the interim, please see the photo gallery below of the renovation process. We have set up a satellite location on the New Hampton Campus in the Academic Resource Center at 88 Main Street. However, due to the COVID-19 virus our campus remains closed. To receive updates, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your current email address to join our mailing list to receive these updates.
Library before the start of the renovations…
Packing up the books…
Walk through the library with Kent!
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:30am
The Historical Society Programs on March 17 and April 21
Open to the Public
Lakes Region Community Service Meetings
First Tuesday of the Month, 3:30-5:30
New Hampton Garden Club
First Tuesday of the Month
Friends of Gordon-Nash Library
Third Wednesday of the Month
2-3:30 with Mike Dowal and Chris Hunewell
Note: In case of inclement weather, please look for “New Hampton, Gordon-Nash Library” on WMUR for updates on closings.
Jerrica Blackey, Director
Kent Bicknell, Ed.D., Curator of Special Collections
Christine Hunewell, Children’s Program Coordinator
Robert Binette, Library Assistant
Chelsea Marceau, Library Assistant
Lucy Randall-Tapply, Library Assistant
69 Main Street
New Hampton, New Hampshire 03256
Phone: 603-677-3479 | Fax: 603-677-3491