Monday, March 3rd
Secret Life of Words, ACT film series, 7 p.m.
Tuesday, March 4th, 1 p.m.
Chalk Talk Storytime with Nat Scrimshaw.
Monday, March 10th
Into the Wild, ACT film series, 7pm.
Wednesday, March 12th
Brown Bag book discussion of Wicked, by Gregory Maguire, led by Lynne Clough, is rescheduled for 12:30.
Saturday, March 15th
Ukranian Egg Dyeing with Nicole Maher-Whiteside, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for ages 12 and up. Space is limited, sign up at the library or call 323-8510.
Wednesday, March 19th, 7 to 9 p.m.
A “Gardening Roundtable” will be presented by three local farmer/gardeners. There will be a time for questions from the audience and an opportunity to share ideas and resources for local gardeners. Geoff Hancock, farm manager from the Community School, will speak about heirloom varieties of vegetables and seed saving. Jordan Hewson, owner of Design Gardens, will talk about how to design perennial gardens for three seasons. Long-time farmer Mark Albee will discuss building and maintaining organic soil fertility. Come learn from our speakers, ask questions, share your ideas, solve your gardening problems and get ready for spring. Any questions or requests for topics, call 323-8510.
Wednesday, March 26th
Book discussion of Burning Marguerite by Elizabeth Inness, led by Becky VerPlanck 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 26th at 7:00.
The NH Humanities Council sponsors a thought-provoking public program titled Galileo Galilei:1564-1642, featuring Paul Manning as Galileo. Manning has been a portrayer of historical characters for six years at venues all over New England. Listen as Galileo presents his life, discoveries, and experiments, his engagement with mathematics, physics, astronomy, and the Church. You will take part in helping prove some of his theories in a colorful presentation suited for all ages.
Tuesday, April 8th
Tea party at the Library. Sample homemade treats and visit with neighbors, 2 to 4 pm.
Wednesday, April 9th, 7 p.m.
NH Humanities Council program with Marcia Schmidt Blaine from PSU present a talk about, “A Woman Who Keeps Good Orders,” her book about women tavern-keepers in NH.
Saturday, April 19th, 2 p.m.
Lois Collins Kerr’s Booktalk
Wednesday, April 23rd, 7 p.m.
Come join Betsy Gemmecke, a certified facilitator of a course entitled Too Young to Retire: 101 Ways to Start the Rest of your Life, as she talks about re-framing the next phase of one’s life. This program is geared for people over 50, the â€œboomersâ€ who feel they either can’t afford or don’t want a “traditional” retirement and aren’t sure about what’s next.