Nevins Buzz Blog

The team at the Nevins Memorial Library is happy to present the Nevins Buzz as another resource for discovering fun programs to see, new things to learn, and ways to help the Nevins Library and Methuen Community.

Changes to OverDrive Logins | Dec, 2022

What’s changing? As of January 4, 2023, you will need to enter your library PIN/Password to access your OverDrive/Libby account for eBooks, eAudiobooks and other OverDrive resources. All MVLC libraries are implementing this change to improve security and to better... Read More

Looking For Volunteers | Dec, 2022

It doesn't take much to make a positive difference in someone's life, in your community, and in your heart. We are looking for a few people who would be willing to help us by volunteering to deliver books to patrons... Read More

Hispanic Heritage Month Trivia | Sep, 2022

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by testing your knowledge of Hispanic history, culture, and popular culture! There are five trivia quizzes in total. Everyone will have until 4 pm on the Friday of each week to complete the trivia. You're encouraged... Read More

Writing Our History | Jun, 2022

Methuen Neighborhood Project Do you know the history of your neighborhood? Looking to learn more about where you live? We are looking for past & current residents of Methuen to share their memories and tell us about the older neighborhood.... Read More

Mindfulness Series | Jan, 2021

Learn how to cultivate self-love, confidence, compassion, focus, concentration, stress & anxiety relief, help with navigating difficult emotions and change, and more. Led by Amy Rutledge, a Meditation Guide, Artist, and Actor, the Sessions are 30 minutes with an intro,... Read More

Mindful Moments Packets | Dec, 2020

We hope you’ve had fun and a break with these packets. Watch this space (and our Website in general) for more information on when these’ll return. Also, for what we’ll be doing next for the Mindfulness of the Methuen community…. Read More

Methuen Friendship Quilt Project | Dec, 2020

In the mid-1800s, “Friendship Quilts” were a popular way to commemorate events and memories, often with a large group of people creating the quilt for a particular person or family. These quilts were often personalized with the signatures of those… Read More

Libraries Working Towards Social Justice | Sep, 2020

Libraries Working Towards Social Justice formed in 2020 to expand our programming efforts beyond our individual communities to achieve a more equitable, diverse and inclusive society. These thought-provoking lectures and discussions will help Merrimack Valley residents (and beyond) to think... Read More

Teach Something | Apr, 2020

Would you like to learn something new? If you missed the videos on the Teen Facebook page, they're all archived here as well. See if there's anything you've been meaning to learn and give it a watch! Also, if you... Read More