Curbside & In-Person Hours
Tues: 10 am - 2 pm
Thurs: 10 am - 2 pm
Fri: noon - 4 pm
Hours are subject to change
Library Hours (for curbside & in-person browsing):
- Tuesday 10 am - 2 pm
- Thursday 10 am - 2 pm
- Friday noon - 4 pm
The Library is open for browsing (and eventually computer use) with:
- Reduced hours (see above)
- Limited number of visitors (total occupancy 26)
- Max. of 30 minutes per visit to ensure maximum safety for staff and patrons
- Curbside pickup will be available throughout the winter
- Appointments for elderly and medically vulnerable patrons will be offered by request
- Since we are still in the midst of a global pandemic, the board has decided to forego a grand opening celebration at this time. We hope to reschedule a big party for next spring or summer.
Local permanent residents and property owners in the following NH towns are eligible for a free library card: North Conway, Town of Conway (including Conway, Center Conway, South Conway, Kearsarge, Redstone), Intervale, Glen, Bartlett, Jackson, Hale's Location, Hart's Location, Chatham, Albany, Eaton, Madison.
We offer non-resident cards for $35 per year per family.
Start the registration process by signing up for a library card online. Please bring a picture ID and a proof of residency (ex. local Driver's License, pay stub, utility bill, lease, etc.) when you come to the library to pick up your card.
Circulation of Materials
Most materials at the North Conway Public Library are loaned for a period of three weeks:
- Adult Fiction and Non-Fiction
- Children’s Books
- Large Print Books
- Books on CD
The following are loaned for two weeks:
- Newest Fiction (less than 6 months since publishing)
- E-readers & tablets (Kindle Fire & Kindle e-Readers)
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Downloadable eBooks and Audio Books are available 24/7 via OverDrive and/or the Libby app.
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- Renewals may be made online 24/7 at ncpl.biblionix.com or by phone.
- Overdue charges: 10 cents/day for books (20 cents for DVDs and Rental books), audios, magazines; Rental-DVDs are charged $1 per day.
- Returns: When the library is open, please return everything inside. At other times, please use the book drop (blue metal drop box) next to the new entrance, but only for books & magazines (not for DVDs or CDs!).There is also a skinny blue DVD & CD drop box right at the entrance door for your fragile DVDs and CDs.
Materials not owned by the library may be borrowed from other libraries in New Hampshire at no cost. Please limit your requests to three items at a time.
- Copy machine is available: 10 cents per page.
- Four computers are available for high-speed Internet use, word processing, and research.
- Computer printouts are 20 cents per page.
- We also offer wireless Internet access (unsecured public Wi-Fi).
- IRS Tax Forms: are available during tax season
- An extensive Historical Reference collection and vertical files are available for in-library use.