Elkins provides materials and services to all Canterbury residents to fulfill their educational and recreational needs.
Elkins Library offers contactless curbside pickup of library materials. Beginning Monday, July 27 we reopen to the public. Our virtual programming continues. Please read this helpful link below to plan your visit!
The library collection contains 18,813 books, books CD, DVD’s, and periodicals. Books and audio books circulate for 3 weeks and videos and DVD’s circulate for 1 week.
Elkins Public Library provides material and informational services to all community residents to fullfil their educational and recreational needs. Special emphasis is placed on being an educational support center and stimulating young children’s interest in reading and learning.
Fiction, non-fiction and popular materials will be the mainstay, but inter-library cooperation and membership in the State Library Nhu-pac system will meet further informational requests. Elkins Public Library serves as a center for the intellectual growth of the community.
09:00 am – 05:00 pm
Extended Hours for Covid
Monday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 12:00pm
Susan LeClair, Director
Rachel Baker, Youth Services Librarian
Roseann Howe, Circulation
Mary Ann Winograd, Circulation
Mary Ellen MacCoy, Circulation
Trustees: Claudia Leidinger, Ray Craigie, Linda Riendeau, Sarah Melasecca, Florence Woods, Deborah Snow, Rick Zeller
9 Center Road, Canterbury, New Hampshire 03224, United States
Directions from 93
Take Exit 18 off I-93. At the end of the exit ramp, turn left. Proceed about 1/2 mile to a fork in the road. Take a right. Continue to the "Stop" sign. Turn right onto Route 132. Then take the first left onto Center Road to Canterbury Center. The library parking lot entrance is located between the Old Town Hall and the church on the left.