Photo taken May 27, 2020 at 10 a.m.

Latest photo taken May 17. At least we are now able to even see the seven. Let the melting begin.

Photo taken May 12, 2020.[/caption]


This is the photo of King Ravine taken April 17. The date to enter submissions, May 1st, has passed, so now we wait in anticipation to see when the Seven will break. We will be posting photos along the way so you can see the melting in progress. We have 48 submissions beginning with April 20 running all the way to June 22.

Letter from the Randolph Public Library Trustees


Dear Randolph Library Friends and Randolph Town Citizens and Neighbors:

The Library remains closed due to the Town and State responses to the Covid-19 pandemic. We are working on plans for reopening in a manner which protects the health, safety, and wellbeing of our community and our librarian. We are monitoring communications from the Town Selectmen, the Town Health Officer, Governor Sununu, and the Reopening NH Libraries Task Force, and we anticipate additional guidance on May 31st, based on information in the State’s active Executive Order.

While our Library has been physically closed, our dedicated librarian Yvonne Jenkins has offered curbside service which she plans to continue. Also, she has been updating our website, cataloging and updating the collection, and planning to offer virtual programming. She encourages everyone to visit our website for online access to eBooks, audiobooks, and magazines. Here are some of the projects she has been working on:

  • the Kids Summer Reading Program with an online tracking program
  • an innovative solution to replacing the Annual Summer Book Sale
  • additional outdoor seating in the garden and easy access to wi-fi

 You may keep up to date with our latest news and online offerings by visiting our website and following us on Facebook and Instagram.

If you have questions or need assistance with curbside service or digital materials, please contact the Library by e-mail at

We hope you are safe and well during this difficult time.

Our best regards,


Randolph Public Library Board of Trustees, May 26, 2020


Events - We will continue to add on-line resources. Be sure to click on the Resources button at the top of the page for kids activities.

Humanities to Go Online.

Click on this link to sign up for their weekly newsletter.

Don't miss it. Each week the Humanities if offering a free program. They usually take place on Fridays, but be sure to sign up for their newsletter. Some of the programs require preregistration, and others do not.

This Week:

Marion Stoddart:
The Work of 1000

The empowering story of Marion Stoddart, an "ordinary" woman who accomplished the extraordinary and how she did it. The documentary is available for a limited time through an arrangement with New Hampshire Humanities and Documentary Educational Resources. After registering, you'll receive a link to watch the film anytime between May 25 and June 1. Click on the red link above to register.





Shared by the staff of George H. and Ella M. Rodgers Memorial Library, Hudson, NH.

So many ideas! Museums, classes, etc.

Virtual Arts and Culture:

Julia Child: 

Free episodes available. More episodes with amazon subscription




Bobbi Lee Slossar, Technology Resource Librarian for the NH State Library has shared these Youtube tutorials on how to access downloadable audio and ebooks.


To use the online audio and ebooks from Overdrive, click on the RESEARCH tab at the top of the page. You will see it listed there. If you have not used it before, you will have to email the library to get your library card number which includes an access code. If you are a Randolph resident and do not have a library card, there is a link to an application at the top of the home page.

Be sure to look at the ALWAYS AVAILABLE titles on Overdrive. 

Covid 19 Resources

NH Department of Health and Human Services   

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Flattening the Curve!  8 Minute video worth watching.                       


Census map

Beginning March 12, the Census Bureau will send letters to most households that explain how to respond online, by phone, or by mail. We can help answer any questions you may have regarding the upcoming Census. Email us if you have any questions.

Census2020 Information

 Responding online to the Census


New Books

Trust exercise
yellow house2
the body
this is happiness
Babe Ruth
before we were yours