Wiggin Memorial Library
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The Wiggin Memorial Library is a town resource that benefits just about everyone in the community, offering story times for younger children, a summer reading program, research areas for high school and college students, and adult recreational books plus tapes, CDs and DVDs.
The Wiggin Memorial Library is located adjacent to the Stratham Town offices in the heart of the town. It is open six days and five nights per week with a staff of nine including the librarian, a children's librarian and a newly appointed teen librarian. It has a total media collection of almost 37,000 items, including books, magazines, videotapes, compact disks, art prints, and books on tape. Museum passes are also available to three Boston and eight New Hampshire museums. The staff has also researched and recommended web sites for various interests from gardens to Native Americans.
It's not surprising that Wiggin Memorial Library is a popular community resource: fully 71% of the population are registered library cardholders versus the national norm of 25-30%.
Monday-Friday: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
From Rte. 101: Take Rte. 101 to the Exeter/Stratham exit (Rte. 108). At the bottom of the ramp, follow Rte. 108 N (Portsmouth Ave.). Go through 3 sets of lights, pass the shopping plazas. When you see Agway on your left, there will be a Municipal Center sign on your right. Get ready to turn right onto Bunker Hill Ave. Turn right onto Bunker Hill Ave. The first right off of Bunker Hill Ave. is the Municipal Center. The library is in the back corner of the building.
From the Spaulding Turnpike/Rte. 4: Heading south/east to Portsmouth, pass Pease International Tradeport, bear right to I-95 S (to Hampton). Take Exit #3 South to Rte. 33 S (to Greenland). Follow Rte 33 S (through Greenland) to the Stratham Circle. Follow Circle around to Rte 108 S (to Exeter). You will pass the NHSPCA and Sweet Dreams Bakery on your left, and a sign for the Municipal Center on your right. Take your next left onto Bunker Hill Ave. The first right off of Bunker Hill Ave. is the Municipal Center. The Library is in the back corner of the building.
10 Bunker Hill Avenue, Stratham, NH, 03885 map
Phone: (603) 772-4346
- Be sure to visit the library's calendar of events so that you don't miss the opportunity to register your child for a summer reading program!
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