Rindge - Ingalls Memorial Library

203 Main Street

The Ingalls Memorial Library was built in 1894 and dedicated in 1895. This Victorian building with its 1973 addition stands on historic ground. The original owner was Colonel Nathan Hale of Revolutionary fame. Later the Ingalls homestead and store stood on this spot. The Honorable Rodney Wallace gave the money for the first building and named it in honor of his wife’s family.


Bethany Paquin

Friday, Nov. 11, 2016
Ingalls Memorial Library is a true community library. The staff goes above and beyond to design programs around the needs/interests of local families.

Ryan Lariviere

Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018