524 Rt. 63, Chesterfield, NH 03443
603.363.4621 (Phone)
603.363.4958 (Fax)

Library Hours

Monday 10am - 5pm
Tuesday 1pm - 8pm
Wednesday 1pm - 5pm
Thursday 10am - 8pm
Saturday 9am - 1pm
Closed: Friday & Sunday

Upcoming Library Closings:

Tuesday, Nov 11 – Veterans’ Day
Thursday, Nov 27 -Thanksgiving Day

Join Us for the Annual Halloween Pizza Party, October 31, 5:30 pm

Calling all ghosts, goblins, pirates, and superheroes! Make us your first stop on Halloween night.

5:30 – 6:30 PM at the Chesterfield Town Hall


Show off your costume and see your friends’ costumes before heading out for trick-or-treating.

Pizza and beverages served! Prizes awarded!

Costume Judging ~ Trophies Awarded!

Most Creative
Best Grown-Up
Best Overall
Best Group


Admission is free. All are welcome.

Sponsored by the Friends of Chesterfield Library

Dedication & Story Time in Memory of Kate Stohr – Nov. 1st

When: November 1st at 10 am at the Chesterfield Library

All are welcome to join us for a special dedication and story time in memory of Kate Stohr at our new Story Circle in the Children’s Garden



Book Sale Continues! New Books Added!

The book sale continues through November 1st. Hundreds of books for sale with many new books added today! Take a bag of books for $4, a box of books for $7! Proceeds go toward purchasing new materials for the library.


Come Join the Minecraft Club!

th-Minecraft-MinerAre you a pre-teen or teen that likes Minecraft? Who doesn’t, right? Well come play with other enthusiasts every 1st and 3rd Thursday at the Chesterfield Library, 6-8 pm.

Be sure to bring your device and login information! 

Reminder: Library closed on Monday, October 13

Please note: The Chesterfield Library will be closed on Monday, October 13, in observation of the Columbus Day holiday.

Black Bears in NH! – Friday, October 17, 6:30 PM

N.H. black bear - Duane Cross photo

N.H. black bear – Duane Cross photo

When: Friday, Oct. 17, 6:30 PM
Where: Chesterfield Town Hall

One of the many miracles that comes with the fortune of living in rural New Hampshire is the occasional sighting of the black bear! Join us to learn more about these majestic creatures as presenter Donna Roscoe tells about the history, personality, and potential of black bears in New Hampshire.

Donna Roscoe is a wildlife steward for the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, where she educates the public about research projects that are funded by the Federal Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program. The presentation is about the natural history of the black bear and what biologists are learning about the species through ongoing research. Roscoe will talk about what makes bears tick, why they do the things they do, and how the department’s research is discovering better ways to manage their population.

Presented by the Friends of Chesterfield Library

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