The Gay-Kimball Library is a Public Library made possible by Walter N. Gay’s land donation in 1927 and a bequest from Warren Kimball’s estate in 1945.
Our mission is to meet the recreational and informational needs of the community in a creative, professional and welcoming manner. The Library will offer diverse resources and provide a community meeting place for people of all ages.
All information regarding the Kinder Morgan Pipeline can be found here. Kinder Morgan Pipeline
What’s going on at the Library?
- Book Discussion Group: Third Tuesday of the month at 4pm
- Story Time: Thursdays @ 4:15pm, April 28-June 2
- Skype with USA Today’s Bestselling author, Candis Terry on May 17, 4:00 p.m.–at our Book Group meeting
- Seed and Perennial Exchange, Saturday May 21 at 10:00 a.m.
Our Annual Spring Book Sale
- Friday, May 6th from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Join us for our Preview Day for the best selection. $3 Admissions
- Saturday, May 7th from 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Thousands of items are available including Books for the whole family, DVDs, VHS Tapes, Magazines and more! All the money raised through book sales goes to purchase new items for the library and to support programs.
Did you Know?
- We now offer 40 magazines you can download to your device. Read your favorite magazines such as WIRED, Bon Appétit, Organic Gardening, Game Informer and more! All you need is one of our Library Cards (or know your number. It’s on your printed receipt), a free NOOK® account (no credit card needed!) and NOOK® app. You’ll find step-by-step instructions here.
- Need Help with Applying for a Job? Try our Online Job and Career Resources
For a Slice in History:
- For Here, There Once Were Mills: Perkins Pond Brook, Troy, N.H.: This document by Jennifer Adam tells the history of two small 19th century watermills in eastern Troy.
- HeritageQuest & Ancestry Library: two great genealogy databases offering a treasure trove of information. Call or email for the passwords. (available only to Troy taxpayers).
- Read the Troy History booklets Troy 1815-1965 Sesquicentennial & Troy – As It Was 1815-1990 online. Find the links under Troy History at the top of the page or simply click on the titles above.