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Stevens library north andover

Stevens library north andover

Book tasting : fangirl by rainbow rowell

Thank you so much for your support and for shopping our sales! We are able to fund the Summer programs here at Stevens Memorial, as well as sponsor all Museum Passes during the year, thanks to your generosity.
Until further notice, donations will not be accepted at the Library building. If you have any questions about donations, please contact the Friends of the Stevens Memorial Library at [email protected] We are grateful for the many generous contributions made to the Library in the past and look forward to having more in the future.

North andover (ma) library board of trustees – march 23

Alice Chenowyth, who was exposed in Ohio newspapers for having an affair with a married man, refused to cower in shame. Instead, she changed her name to Helen Hamilton Gardener, relocated to New York, claimed to be married to her boyfriend, and rose to prominence as a controversial lecturer and author, defying sexist piety and propriety.
She was nicknamed the “Harriet Beecher Stowe of Fallen Women” because she called for increasing the age of sexual consent for girls to twelve or younger, condemned double standards in sexual morality, and dismissed scientists’ arguments that women’s brains were inferior. Gardner networked relentlessly to convince Woodrow Wilson and other male legislators to embrace the Nineteenth Amendment, using liberal doses of feminine beauty. According to suffragist Carrie Pitt, her efforts were “the most powerful factor” in the bill’s passage.
Alice Chenowyth, who was exposed in Ohio newspapers for having an affair with a married man, refused to cower in shame. Instead, she changed her name to Helen Hamilton Gardener, relocated to New York, claimed to be married to her boyfriend, and rose to prominence as a controversial lecturer and author, defying sexist piety and propriety.

Stevens storytime #35: ‘magpie and the milk’

The annual Fall Book Sale at Stevens Memorial Library in North Andover is back for another year! The Fall book sale kicks off on Friday, November 6th, and runs until Sunday, November 8th. The library has set up a pop-up book shop in the neighborhood meeting room thanks to thousands of donations of books, CDs, and DVDs. It’s organized so you can find what you’re searching for quickly, with fiction organized by author and nonfiction organized by topic. Cookbooks, history, biographies, reference, art books, audio books, classics, children’s and young adult books are all available. The prices range from 50 cents to $2.00. The doors open at 4 p.m. on Friday, so if you have your ticket when the library opens at 10 a.m., you won’t have to wait in line.

Stevens memorial library – north andover

Each item format has its own lending time. The Circulation Rules table, which can be found in the About section, lists the most popular lending periods that most Merrimack Valley Library Consortium (MVLC) libraries have decided upon. You can check the status of products on your account at any time by going to the MVLC Online Catalog.
The MVLC Online Catalog helps you to renew an item online. Navigate to the Checked Out/Renew tab by clicking on the “My Account” tab, then logging in with your barcode and pin #. You can also contact the library at (978) 346-9441 to renew your things over the internet. When you come into the library, you can also renew your things in person.
There are no fees for items checked out from the Merrimac Library, whether they are our own or ones that have been ordered from another library. For example, if you order an item from Andover for pick-up at Merrimac and then check it out at Merrimac, you will not be charged any fines for that item. If you checked out the same thing at the Andover library, it will be subject to penalties because it was checked out at a library that charges fines.