Welcome to the Conway Public Library!
Whether you are visiting our website for the first time or the hundredth, you will find all that you need within these web pages to use our Library virtually from home, at work, or on the go. From borrowing and downloading audio and e-books to local history and geneaological archives, the information contained within this website reflects our deep commitment to helping you find the resources you need anywhere, anytime.
As you visit our site, you may find that you need more information on a topic or have additional questions. Please feel free to contact us using the e-mail addresses found on the staff page or by phone at 603-447-5552.
Also, remember that we are here to help you face-to-face as well. Don't let the imposing brick façade of our physical building fool you. We provide a welcoming public place where people can connect and discover. While our friendly staff offers programs and one-on-one reference assistance designed to inspire, it is our dedication to our community that truly makes the Conway Public Library an exciting place. We strive to be the heart of our community; a place where ideas are respected, thought and experience are valued, and human connection is welcomed. With this in mind the staff at the Conway Public Library invites you to be a part of the world of reading, information, and good conversation.
The Conway Public Library offers community residents of all ages:
- Access to information sources
- A place to gather
- Opportunities for lifelong learning and personal growth
- Popular materials to meet cultural, educational, and recreational needs
- Knowledgeable professional staff who are committed to maintaining a superior quality of service
Since its founding, the Conway Public Library has played a vital role in the lives of those residing in the Town of Conway and the greater Mt. Washington Valley community. From the beauty of our building to the dedication of our staff, we invite you to learn about the history of the Conway Public Library. Then, come in and discover the world of opportunity that awaits you today at the Conway Public Library!
Archives and Genealogy
Conducting local history or genealogy research? The Henney History Room holds historical materials for twenty-seven towns in New Hampshire and western Oxford County, Maine.
The Library offers free internet access through computer stations located within the building and a public wireless network that extends outside. No password or sign-in required.
Items not held in the library's collection may be available to Conway residents through Interlibrary Loan. To learn more or request an ILL, please visit the Interlibrary Loan page.
The Library offers free meeting space for public gatherings of a civic, cultural, and educational nature. To learn more or reserve a room, please visit the Meeting Room Information page.
Prints, Copies, Faxes, Scans
- 20₵/page for black & white printing/copying
- 50₵/page for color printing/copying
- $1/page for faxing; free cover sheet included
- 5₵/gram for 3D printing; must be smaller than 4 cubic inches
- Free document scanning; requires e-mail address
The Library offers free test proctoring for library patrons. Please contact the Library in advance to make arrangements.