PO. Box 6, 130 Rt 10, Piermont, NH, United States
Monday - Thursday 3-7 pm, Sunday 1-3 pm (603) 272-4967 *An equal opportunity employer

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Mel Gitchel"s PORTRAITS OF PIERMONT, NH

Join us at the library for an author signing,
September 21, 2014, 1-3 PM.

A Black and White Photo Journal
of Farmers/Families/Business Owners

* With a brief discussion about the process beginning at 1 PM.

Wonderful Portraits 

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

 Celebrating Piermont's 250th with Adelaide Palmer paintings on displayed at the library.
              "Mountain Laurel"  restored In Memory of Betty Lou Hall.


"Azaleas in blue and white vase" on left.                           "Mountain Laurel" ( 1913)  on right.

The Hall Family donated the cost of the  "Mountain Laurel"  restoration and the purchase of a new frame on "Azaleas in blue and white vase."  The Town of Piermont and its library are very grateful.

Monday, July 28, 2014


Celebrate the 250th Anniversary of Piermont, NH.

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AUGUST 9th.
Activities include: 

  • Parade: 11 AM
  • Lunch, Art Show, Historical Pictorical Display,
  • *Piermont Public Library Exhibit created by the Library Trustees,
  • Car and Tractor Show
  • Church Supper
  • Live Music at Street Dance,
  • AND FIREWORKS.
Fun for everyone.  See you there!

Monday, June 9, 2014

ARTWORK on DISPLAY
Local Artist Stephanie Gordon presents: 
Images of Piermont
"The images were created for the celebration of the 250th anniversary of the founding of Piermont, NH."  Pictures are of "wild places" within the town.

The medium is encaustic, an ancient method of creating luminous paintings from pigments wax.  This art technique dates as far back as the 1st century BCE in Egypt.


Monday, May 5, 2014

HUMANITIES-TO-GO

The New England Town


Jere Daniell, presenter

Wednesday, May14, at 7 PM

Old Church Building

Jere Daniell '55, professor of history emeritus, began teaching at Dartmouth in 1964 and retired in 2003. He is an expert on the American colonial period; New Hampshire's Revolutionary years; and New England, particularly its town histories. 

Light Refreshment          Free admission

Thanks to NH Humanities-To-Go.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Local Artists Wanted!
PPL will be displaying artwork of local artists.  We invite you to submit an interest sheet to help in setting up a schedule of the shows.  Each display will run for two months.  For more information:
Call (603 272 4967),
Email (librarian@piermontlibrary.com)
Visit Piermont PL.
Steve Taylor:

NH One-Room Schools

April 24, 7 PM

Humanities-To-Go Program
Refreshment and a fun evening!


“Champion of farmers, Steve Taylor '62 is known for his wit, his list and his common sense.”