Thursday, August 31, 2017

Promoting the Joys of Education

Welcome back to school!

From PreK through Grad School, September is an exciting time of year in the world of education.

To celebrate the start of a new academic year, the WMCC Fortier Library is honoring our College's educational degree and certificate programs:

The Library  has a number of books, magazines, databases and Ebooks available to support WMCC programs.  Please contact the college for more information about this exciting field of study!

Monday, August 28, 2017

We're here for you!

As fall classes begin at WMCC, remember to use YOUR library!

Need to access your online accounts?   Unsure how to do research?  Have to print an assignment?  Can't find a classroom?  We're here for you-- just ask!

Visit us:  Room 127 on the Berlin Campus
Call:  603-342-3087

The library has quiet, comfortable nooks for studying, and meeting rooms that can be reserved for group projects.  Or, drop in between classes and unwind with the puzzle table.

Our hours this fall are:

Monday-Thursday      7:30am-7pm
Friday                          8am-4pm

Closed weekends and holidays.

Semester breaks and summer hours subject to change– check our website for updated info.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Summer gardens

Gardens are magical places.  Whether for shade, flowers, vegetables, rocks, birds, butterflies, or water, gardens of any variety are healthy and happy spaces for many creatures.

If you're fortunate enough to have space to create a garden of your own, or just want to read about Mother Nature's wild places, we have a wide variety of books that instruct and entertain, including:



Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Farm Follies

Image result for farming quotesWhere does our food come from?  August is a perfect time to celebrate farms and those hard working people who feed us.  Roadside stands and farmer's markets are overflowing with fresh, colorful, healthy food, just taken from the earth.

To learn more about farming, visit a local farm!  If you can't get to one, visit the library, where we have a bushel of books for you, and the kids in your life, to read about how food is grown and raised before being prepared for the table.  Here are a few: