Welcome to the Lane Memorial Library

Limitet Service HoursLimited Services
The Lane Memorial Library will be open for browsing:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10am-2pm.

Tuesday, Thursday 2pm-6pm.
Click here for details of Limited Services access.

Park 'n Pickup Service Lane Memorial Library will be open for Park n Pickup:
Monday through Friday from 10am-6pm.

Park 'N Pickup
can be accessed in the Academy Ave. vestibule, with items available for pickup M-F from 9 AM until 6 PM. Go online, email or call to reserve your items. Remote printing and faxing are now also available. A full description of our Park 'N Pickup services and answers to common questions are on this page.

AARP Tax Help
AARP Online Tax Helpwill be provided mainly over the phone this year. Stop by the library M-F 9am-6pm to pickup a packet of forms inside the Academy Avenue doors. Take them home, fill them out, and drop them back off at the library at the Winnacunnet Road door starting on February 11th and continuing through April 28th:

Drop off Hours







You will then receive a phone call from an AARP Tax Aide volunteer to continue the process. The volunteer will schedule you for one final visit to the library to review and sign your taxes and take a copy home for your records.  For additional information click here.

Rock Rest
Rock Rest MaineA Place in Maine for Black Vacationers - Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at 7:00 PM.  Join us for a virtual presentation of the Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire by Sankofa Scholar and Kittery resident Nur Shoop and Hampton broadcast journalist Bob Sheppard.  Details here.

Wit & Wisdom
Wit and WisdomIn cooperation with the Hampton Historical Society, we invite you to join NH Humanities scholar Jo Radner on Wednesday, April 28th at 7 pm via Zoom for a delightful presentation about the wit and humor found in hand-made 'newspapers' created by our rural ancesters in towns and villages throughout 19th century New England. Details here.

ILL is back
New Hampshire Automated Information SystemWe are happy to report that the New Hampshire Automated Information System is once again actively providing inter-library loan services to many New Hampshire residents.  Hampton patrons may submit requests by phone or online via our website Request Page.  Note that due to quarantine agreements between New Hampshire libraries, materials may take longer to arrive and process. 

Get A Library Card
Register for a Library Card Hampton residents may register for a new library card or re-activate an old or expired account remotely.  Here's how.