Abbott Library Adds Community Calendar to New Website

AbbottLibrary websitepanNot sure what’s happening in Sunapee this weekend? Check out the the new community calendar provided by Abbott Library on its new website. Just click on Sunapee Community Calendar on the upper menu bar.

Amongst its listings for local events for Saturday, May 16: The Kid’s Fishing Derby (8 to 11:30 a.m.), the Friends of the Abbott Library Annual Plant Sale (9 a.m. to 1 p.m.) on the library lawn and a Spaghetti Supper (5 to 7 p.m.) at the Community Methodist Church to benefit the Dominican Republic Mission.

Scroll down the calendar…Rebecca Rule will be in Sunapee on Wednesday, May 20. The humorist will present “That Reminds Me of a Story: Yankee Humor and the New England Storytelling Tradition.” It will be held at the Sunapee Methodist Church at 7 p.m. and is sponsored by the Friends of Abbott Library and the NH Humanities Council.

The library’s new website uses a blog format, a handy google calendar and traditional menu choices where one can find the library catalog, trustee meeting minutes and other committee information and reports.

The library is pleased to offer our new and improved website which was launched on May 5, 2009. The new site retains a similar look to our previous site but has some new features such as a community calendar, contact forms, online registration for library cards and library events. Other enhancements will be added in the coming weeks. Your feedback is important to us so please use the contact form found under the “Contact Us” heading if you have any questions or comments about the site. – Abbott Library, Sunapee, NH

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