Kelley Library

 234 Main Street, Salem New Hampshire 03079

Mon - Tues 9-7
Wed - Fri 9-9
Saturday 9-2
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Book Group

Kelley Library Book Group
by Colum McCann
Wednesday, December 17th from 7 to 8:30 PM

This book group is open to all. Copies of this book are available at the front desk.


Holiday Performance
A Winter Tale
Presented by the Pontine Theater
Thursday, December 18th from 7 to 8:45 PM

Join us as we welcome the Pontine Theater back for an original stage adaptation of Sarah Orne Jewett's story A Neighbor's Landmark: A Winter Story with a Christmas Ending, first published in 1894 in Century Magazine.

Every performance by this talented company is a memorable experience and this holiday presentation will be no exception.

Movie Night

Movie Night
Some Like It Hot
Starring Jack Lemon
and Marilyn Monroe
Friday, January 9th at 6:30 PM

Book Group

Kelley Library Non-Fiction Book Group
Monuments Men: Allied Heros, Nazi Thieves, and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in History
by Robert Edsel
Wednesday, January 14th from 7 to 8:30 PM


KLAS -- Adult Program
Self Publishing Workshop
With authors Ariele Sieling and Christopher Kellen

Thursday, January 15th from 7 to 8:30 PM

Designed for writers, readers, and people who like to do things themselves, this event will offer strategies for navigating through the new world of publishing while creating a quality and affordable product.

New & Notable


Wireless Printing from Laptops

We now offer patrons the ability to print in-house from a laptop. Instructions can be found here.

Summer Program


The TumbleBook Library is a collection of interactive animated talking storybooks for children. Children can read the text themselves or have the stories read to them. Stories are available in English, Spanish, French and Chinese. This is an excellent learning experience for young children.


eBook Class. If you have an eBook reader, this class is for you. Come and learn how you can download eBooks from our Overdrive service in this hands-on demonstration. Overdrive is funded cooperatively by New Hampshire libraries and allows our patrons to download popular titles at no cost to them. Be sure to bring your eReader and its USB cable. You can view a list of compatible devices here.

Registration is required for these classes. To register, fill out this online registration form or call the Reference desk at 898-7064.