The library is closed to implement social distancing. We are asking our volunteers to stay home and stay safe.
While we are closed we will be working to barcode the collection to make checkouts and borrowing from ILL easier.
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APRIL is National Poetry Month
Friday, May 1 at 11 a.m. - Circus Minimus, a one-man circus performance by Kevin O'Keefe, who created Circus Minimus in 1985 when he found a small suitcase outside his apartment in NYC and filled it with everything he would need to perform his One-Man Circus in-a-Suitcase around the world.
Thursday, June 4 at 7 p.m. - Mary Baker Eddy, a NH humanities program. Speaker Nicole Ruane. Mary Baker Eddy was New Hampshire's most important and most innovative religious thinker. Mark Twain called Eddy “the most interesting woman that ever lived, and the most extraordinary.” The church she founded, The Church of Christ, Scientist, profoundly affected both American ideologies of religion as well as public opinion of the role of women in society.
Saturday, June 13 at 2 p.m. - Music in my Pockets. Folk
Music by Jeff Warner from NH Humanities. Singing games, accessible “pocket instruments” like spoons and dancing puppets, tall tales, funny songs, old songs and songs kids teach each other in the playground — all “traditional” in that they have been passed down the generations by word of mouth — will be seen, heard and learned in this program led by Jeff Warner.
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