Monday, May 17, 2021

Summer Reading Program

Join the Wilmot Public Library’s Summer Reading Program, All About Trees.

Children and adults are invited to track their reading hours for prizes! Craft Kits to Go and tree-themed activities, June 21 – August 6. To sign up for raffles and get your reading log, stop by the library at 11 N. Wilmot Rd. or contact us: 526-6804 or wilmotlibrary@comcast.net.

June Programs on the Lawn

On June 21 at 3 p.m., professional musician and children’s entertainer Mr. Aaron 
will kick off the  Summer Reading Program. Recently awarded “Best Children's Performer” from New Hampshire Magazine, Mr. Aaron never fails to delight audiences of all ages. The show will take place on the library lawn. Free and open to the public.

Then on June 26 the Friends of the Wilmot Public Library (FOWPL) will host a Tea at 2 p.m. on the library lawn, in preparation for a visit by Queen Victoria at 3 p.m. 

Her Highness will be played by actress Sally Mummey. This performance is co-sponsored by New Hampshire Humanities. Free and open to the public, but donations are always gratefully accepted.



July events


July 8, 7 p.m.: The Journeys of Trees

Can forests migrate fast enough to adapt to changing climate? Should humans help them?

Zach St. George, author of “The Journeys of Trees”  will join us through Zoom from his home in Baltimore. St. George  is a freelance reporter focused on climate change and conservation. His writing has appeared in Scientific American, The Atlantic, Outside, Businessweek, Orion, Guernica, Smithsonian, Pacific Standard, USA Today, The San Francisco Chronicle, Bay Nature, and many others. He has been visiting the woods of Wilmot, NH all his life. 


“A deeply researched book that is liable to change your perspective on the magnificent, tall, woody creatures that cover one-third of the Earth's land... [St. George] brings a flair for gathering and distilling esoteric scientific findings into lively, accessible explanations.”

- The Wall Street Journal

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