Local boards are required to resume in-person meetings as of June 12, 2021.
Governor Sununu announced that the state of emergency ended at midnight, June 11, 2021.
Meetings held without public access at a physical location will be in violation of RSA 91-A, the Right-to-Know Law. If you have already posted notice of a meeting without a physical location, you will need to repost the notice indicating the date, time, and place of the meeting.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: JULY 31, 2021
2021 ANNUAL AWARDSHonor Those Special Contributors Who Connect the Library with the Community
Each year NHLTA is pleased to recognize the individuals and groups who have contributed to the excellence of New Hampshire public libraries. So many libraries, trustees, directors, and Friends have risen to the occasion during these challenging times that it is important to recognize their achievements. DOWNLOAD criteria and instructions.
NHLTA presents a three-part webinar series that covers the main elements of the orientation workshop. More >
The Other Money
NHLTA webinar presented by Terry Knowles
Library funds: how to legally accept, administer, and expend all private and non-tax categories of money given to your library. More >
NHLTA CIRCULATING VIDEO COLLECTION
Four videos that were recorded at NHLTA Annual Conference sessions are available for circulation from the Manchester City Library.
For descriptions and circulation instructions, Continue Reading.
NHLTA believes that continuing education is the prime factor in providing the highest quality of library services. The NHLTA has been granting scholarships from the Mildred P. McKay Scholarship Fund for over fifty years. Categories and criteria and the application form have been revised as of June 2021. They are available for download on the Scholarships & Awards page of this website.