"Chocorua Public Library"

Our Community Living Room Est. 1888

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The staff at the Chocorua Public Library is here to serve you. If you don’t see what you need on the web site, please call us at 603-323-8610 and leave us a message. We’ll be sure to return your call! The library is disability accessible.

Library Cards
Library cards are provided at no charge to all our patrons regardless of your town of residence.

The Chocorua Public Library offers programs free of charge to the public. Click on Events or Programs to see what is going on at the Library.

Museum Passes
Thanks to a generous patron donation, the library has museum passes to the Currier Museum. Please call ahead to reserve the passes.


Welcome to the Chocorua Public Library

Chocorua Public Library is one of the few privately funded libraries in New Hampshire which is open for public use. The library is solely maintained by an active board of trustees, dedicated staff, and a supportive community. Founded in 1888 by Boston educators and businessmen to provide literacy opportunities for Chocorua’s summer and year round residents, the Chocorua Public Library continues to be a prominent community facility in Chocorua Village.

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